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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - a win is a win

The Arizona Coyotes barely held on to a 3-2 win in Montreal, but it looks like any other win in the standings. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes start strong, hang on to beat Montreal Canadiens - Five For Howling
After a great first period, the Arizona Coyotes do just enough to defeat the Montreal Canadiens 3-2.

Arizona Coyotes sweep eastern Canada with win in Montreal - Arizona Sports
In three games east of Manitoba, Arizona is 3-0 this season following Thursday's win over the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre.

Tie Domi Moves From Penalty Box to Arena Suite, Watching His Son’s Blossoming Career - The New York Times
Domi, who recently published a memoir about his long career as an N.H.L. enforcer, is enjoying life as a fan as his son Max plays his rookie season with the Arizona Coyotes.

Canadiens vs Coyotes: The Habs get Dogged at Home. - Eyes On The Prize
The Arizona Coyotes came in town to frustrate fans and players alike.

News From Around the Hockey World

Sabres at Blues Recap: Buffalo steals a point in St. Louis, loses in shootout 3-2 - Die By The Blade
Strong road effort yields a point, but Sabres fall in the shootout.

Recap: Avs Lose to Flightless Birds - Mile High Hockey
Avs forget how to hockey for 2:08. The Hockey Gods punish them.

GAMER: Ducks Dominate Panthers, Sweep Season Series With 3-1 Win - Anaheim Calling
After watching a hot goalie stymie a comeback the last time out, the Ducks weren't about to allow another quality crease performance undo a dominant effort. Anaheim put together the elusive '60 minute effort' to notch second win of road trip.

Wild Start Slow, Can't Stop Loui Eriksson - Hockey Wilderness
Another game, another slow start, another loss. The Wild came out looking like they were half-asleep, and couldn't stop Loui Eriksson.

Jason Zucker injured as Bruins game against Wild ends - Stanley Cup of Chowder
As the Bruins game ended, Jason Zucker went down hard after what looked to be a farily innocuous slash.

Dallas Conquers Ovechkin's Cannon and Canonization in a 3-2 Victory: Six Easy Tweets - Defending Big D
Alex Ovechkin becomes the greatest Russian born goal scorer in history. But the Dallas Stars still win off the strength of some depth scoring in the third period to improve to 16-4.

WATCH: Alex Ovechkin breaks Sergei Fedorov's Russian scoring record -
Alex Ovechkin made NHL history with his 484th career goal. He now owns the record for most goals scored in the NHL by a Russian-born player.

Steve Mason somehow avoids being embarrassed on this play - Fear The Fin
The Sharks should be up 1-0 after this.

NHL to give teams bye weeks in 2016-17 schedule | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Next season, competitive hockey will start earlier for some players with the World Cup. The Toronto-based tournament will run from Sept. 17 through Oct. 1 at the latest.

Senators' Ryan: NHL should 'probably' scrap All-Star Game |
Kind of agree with this sentiment honestly.

Carey Price returns from injury - Eyes On The Prize
The reigning NHL MVP will be back between the pipes against the New York Islanders.

Blackhawks' Teuvo Teravainen likely out 'a couple games' with upper-body injury - Second City Hockey
Andrew Desjardins could fill in.

These five teams are reportedly most interested in Travis Hamonic | ProHockeyTalk
More on the potential asking price and other spicy details.

The Final Howl

The Blue Jackets lost so their general manager chucked his notebook across the room -