Five fun facts about the terrible Pacific Division | ProHockeyTalk
The Pacific Division is not good this year.
Barroway to maintain 51 percent stake in Coyotes - ArizonaSports.com
Andrew Barroway will maintain his 51 percent stake in the Coyotes after initially agreeing to sell nearly half his shares.
Arizona Coyotes exploring Coliseum as temporary home - ArizonaSports.com
The Coyotes have met at least twice with officials from Arizona Veteran's Memorial Coliseum about playing there on a temporary basis.
Coyotes finally head home with a bad case of road trip blues... - Five For Howling
A 4-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues capped off a disastrous road trip for the Arizona Coyotes.
NWHL Outsourcing Department of Player Safety - TSS
It's become clear over the past few weeks that the NWHL needs a Department of Player safety, with injuries becoming more prevalent.
News From Around the Hockey World
Steven Stamkos is the best troll - Pension Plan Puppets
One question, though... who's he trolling?
Penguins wear No. 9 decals to honor Pascal Dupuis’ career | ProHockeyTalk
It's likely that No. 9 will be on the minds of more than a few Pittsburgh Penguins players tonight. It'll literally be on their helmets, too. The Penguins provided a great gesture on Wednesday, as they honored Pascal Dupuis' career with a No. 9 decal on their skaters' helmets.
Report: Panthers to re-brand with new uniforms, logo - Litter Box Cats
And it's about time.
Black & Blue | The Players' Tribune
Patrick O'Sullivan speaks about his abusive father.
Canadiens put Semin on unconditional waivers | Hockey Inside/Out
Semin will likely be heading to the KHL.
NHL Blog Council: Who wins the Pacific, and are Milan Lucic's nostrils big enough? - SBNation.com
Our roundtable of SB Nation hockey bloggers tackle your burning NHL questions.
The Final Howl
LA Kings help replace San Bernardino shooting survivor's stolen Gretzky jersey (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Natassa Torralbo survived last week’s mass shooting at the San Bernardino Inland Regional Center in California. Days later, her home was burglarized while attending a vigil for the victims with her daughter and sister.