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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - fresh meat

The Arizona Coyotes get a couple of new call-ups, while Ales Hemsky gets a little too much of Jonathan Ericsson. Details on both in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Mike Smith's Struggles Sinking Arizona Coyotes - TSS
13 games into the 2015-16 campaign, a familiar problem has plagued Arizona and threatens to suck the confidence out of a young team: Mike Smith's erratic goaltending.

Coyotes' John Scott: Placed on waivers -
Scott seen action in just two contests for the Coyotes, and was placed on waivers earlier in the season but stayed with the club. It seems likely that he'll be sent to the AHL if he goes unclaimed this time around.

Falcons News

Coyotes recall Jeffrey, Samuelsson from Springfield -
The 27-year-old Jeffrey has five goals and seven assists in 10 games for the Springfield this season, and the 24-year-old has four assists in 10 games for the Falcons.

News From Around the Hockey World

Blackhawks vs. Oilers final score 2015: Artemi Panarin, Patrick Kane lead 4-2 win - Second City Hockey
Patrick Kane had four points and Corey Crawford did some serious work as the Blackhawks broke out of their recent funk.

Dallas Stars Gut Out 4-1 Win Over Detroit Red Wings With Strong Outing From Kari Lehtonen - Defending Big D
What appeared to be a ho-hum affair at the beginning of the game turned into a whole mess of craziness as the Dallas Stars beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-1.

Red Wings player bloodied by hit, retaliates with two sucker punches -
None of this was okay. Jonathan Ericsson got boarded, and then proceeded to fight Ales Hemsky.

Canucks get to overtime...and lose to the Devils 4-3 - Nucks Misconduct
The Canucks came back from two goals down only to take a penalty and lose in O/T.

Devils' Jordin Tootoo says Canucks' Alex Burrows took trash talk too far -
According to the Devils forward, Canucks forward Alex Burrows made personal comments to Tootoo during a penalty box argument.

LA's Power Play is Off to a Promising Start - Jewels From The Crown
LA has had a surprisingly good power play this year, and the whole team is to thank, especially the captain.

A 3-on-3 All-Star Game is a bad idea - Fear The Fin
The NHL is reportedly considering replacing the All-Star Game with a mini 3-on-3 tournament.

No end in sight: Goaltending saga continues - Matchsticks and Gasoline
More injuries, more confusion.

Yes, Robby Fabbri is sticking with St. Louis Blues 2015-16 rookie | ProHockeyTalk
His teammates celebrated with him in a nice scene.

Report: Flint Firebirds coaching staff fired immediately after comeback win - Winging It In Motown
This is something else.

The Final Howl

Maine goalie gets involved in scrum, serves own penalty (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
That's a new one.