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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - bye bye Arcobello

Mark Arcobello goes on waivers. Again. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Vermette, Hanzal questionable, Murphy a go vs. Canucks - Arizona Sports
The Coyotes could have their full complement of players back in the lineup by the time they start the month of November.

Arizona Coyotes inching closer to full health -
Both Martin Hanzal and Antoine Vermette have a chance to suit up Friday against the Canucks.

In NHL, creative use of dead money provides flexibility for big- and small-market teams - ESPN
Dead money: The NHL's hard-cap system offers little flexibility, but both big- and small-market teams have figured out ways to benefit from salary retention, Craig Custance writes.

ASU Hockey News

Arizona State’s Growing Hockey Program Takes Its First Strides in Division I - The New York Times
The Sun Devils, one of two teams at the top level of collegiate hockey in the southern United States, is accumulating experience and a lot of travel miles.

News From Around the Hockey World

Oh, What a Night - The Copper & Blue
The Oilers started well enough against the Canadiens. Then it got ugly. Then it got less ugly. Then it got awesome.

Hutch is Clutch: Winnipeg Jets Down Chicago Blackhawks 3-1 - Arctic Ice Hockey
Pictured: the one that got away.

GAMER: Heartbreaking Ricochet Goal Downs Ducks 2-1 in St Louis - Anaheim Calling
After a night of decent back and forth chances, the 1-1 tie was broken by the eventual game-winning goal which bounced off the boards, off Andersen's skate and into the net.

Dallas Stars Come Back Again, Defeat Vancouver Canucks 4-3 in OT - Defending Big D
Jamie Benn will not be denied, it seems.

Jeff Cogen Accepts New Position with Rays, Henry Promoted to CEO - On the Forecheck
A warranted move for both, as a job has been well done in Nashville.

Jason ProblemVille? - Hockey Wilderness
With Pominville still scoreless, could we be seeing the decline of the former scorer?

Is Todd Ewen’s NHL career responsible for his death? - The Globe and Mail
When Todd Ewen died, the first thing many NHL alumni thought of was CTE. The second was a question: Will they be next?

Stars’ season-ticket base has ‘more than doubled’ | ProHockeyTalk
So says owner Tom Gaglardi.

Mirco Mueller sent back to Barracuda - Fear The Fin
The Swiss defender is headed back to the AHL; thankfully, it's not a long walk.

Eight surprising NHL players who haven’t scored this season | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: But there are eight players in that collection of pointless skaters that made us raise an eyebrow or do a double-take or whatever it is that you do when you can’t believe what you’re seeing.

Leafs waive goodbye to Arcobello, wave hello to Clune - Pension Plan Puppets
Mark Arcobello is Marlies bound (if he clears) and Richard Clune comes back to the NHL

Justin Schultz to Miss 2-4 Weeks With a Back Injury - The Copper & Blue
It'll be mid to late November before the Oilers defender is back in the line-up.

The problem with 3-on-3 overtime - Eyes On The Prize
Wednesday night I put a tweet out there and a lot of people got really mad, Steve Dangle even made a video where he yelled at me. But 3-on-3 isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Exploring the Impact of New NHL Coaches and GMs | Hockey Graphs
With Todd Richards being let go after a disastrous 0-7 start by the Blue Jackets, and Bruce Boudreau on the hot seat, coaching is once again in the spotlight.

Your NHL Stock Report - Grantland
It’s the end of October, which means two things for NHL fans: Your Twitter feed is being overtaken by awkward photos of your favorite players in horrible Halloween costumes, and it’s time to take stock of the first month of regular-season action.

The Final Howl

Andrew Shaw had some serious flow back in the day - Second City Hockey
That hair is glorious. Glorious is an understatement, actually.