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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - slow news day

Between the NFL and the Grey Cup, it was a pretty quiet day in the NHL yesterday. Details on what did happen in today's edition of the Tracks.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Coyotes News

Boedker's hat-trick leads Coyotes to third straight win - Five For Howling
Despite being heavily outshot, the Coyotes hold on to beat the Senators behind Boedker's heroics.

Coyotes Sweep Pivotal Three-Game Home Series - TSS
The Arizona Coyotes swept their three-game homestand against the Anaheim Ducks, Calgary Flames and Ottawa Senators to close out the month of November.

Coyotes' Anders Lindback: Another successful showing against Sens - CBSSports.com
Lindback has three wins in eight games this season, two of which have been against the Senators.

Kyle Turris Has Moved On From Coyotes Fiasco - TSS
Kyle Turris admits to thinking about what might have been. With a pool of young players that included Blake Wheeler, Peter Mueller, Viktor Tikhonov, the Coyotes had promise back when Turris was drafted.

Falcons News

Pirates score five goals in third to beat Falcons - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Wayne Simpson scores the go-ahead goal and Portland beats Springfield.

News From Around the Hockey World

RECAP: Red Wings Lose To Panthers in Overtime, 2-1 - Winging It In Motown
Well, it was the only game in the NHL yesterday.

WATCH: Red Wings' Dylan Larkin scores 10th on Panthers giveaway - CBSSports.com
The Detroit Red Wings have something special in their 19-year-old rookie.

Good news: Colaiacovo traveling with Sabres | ProHockeyTalk
He suffered a dented trachea in Saturday's game against Nashville.

KHL player 'fine', needs only stitches after taking skate blade to throat (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Early in the third period, former long-time NHLer Ladislav Nagy ripped a shot and then fell over Yugra forward Vitaly Sitnikov’s stick. As Nagy fell, his skate came up and caught Sitnikov in the throat.

Enter the Dragon - Martin Réway excels in Switzerland - Eyes On The Prize
Highlights from Martin Reway's three-point night in Switzerland.

Max Talbot on Waivers, No Pastrnak for road trip, and today's practice lines - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The Bruins had practice today, and some news, and the lines as well.

The Final Howl

Bride watches NHL game in wedding dress, devours burger (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports