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Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - third verse, same as the first (and second)

The Arizona Coyotes give up five goals for the third game in a row, and lose for the third game in a row. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes can't stop the bleeding, fall 5-2 to the Buffalo Sabres - Five For Howling
Three consecutive losses for the Arizona Coyotes as the goals against pile up.

John Scott's All-Star plans, plus notes and weekly mailbag - NHL - Craig Custance Blog - ESPN
Will John Scott play in the All-Star Game if he continues to lead the vote? Craig Custance checks in, plus notes from around the NHL and mailbag.

Anders Lindback living up to expectations as Coyotes' backup - azcentral.com
Goalie Anders Lindback has settled into his backup role with the Coyotes.

Arizona Coyotes Rookie Max Domi And His Dog Fight Diabetes Together | KJZZ
The rookie left wing is only 20 years old. But he’s grown up quickly — both as a hockey player and a person.

Sabres vs. Coyotes recap: Kane's shorty breaks game open, Sabres win 5-2 - Die By The Blade
A complete team effort led by Evander Kane gave the Sabres a 5-2 win over Arizona.

News From Around the Hockey World

Rate the Flames vs Boston Bruins (5-4 OTW) - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Dougie Hamilton's first game against his former owners ended with victory for his new employers as they beat the Boston Bruins 5-4 tonight in overtime at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

Dallas Stars Lose in Overtime to Edmonton Oilers 2-1 - Defending Big D
The better team only got one point tonight.

[Final] New York Islanders 2*, St. Louis Blues 1 (*SO): The Grabovski and Greiss Show - Lighthouse Hockey
The New York Islanders extended their undefeated streak to six games (5-0-1) with a shootout win after 65 minutes of tight play against the St. Louis Blues in Brooklyn. Colton Parayko narrowly avoided losing a leg.

Penguins, Kings top list of teams in need of an in-season trade - CBSSports.com
These four teams have a lot of the right pieces in place to compete for a Stanley Cup. But they might need just a little bit more help from outside their organizations.

The odd (but noteworthy) rise of the Red Wings | ProHockeyTalk
They're 6-0-3 in their last nine games. Yes, really.

Jarred Tinordi excelling with the IceCaps - Eyes On The Prize
A conditioning assignment in the AHL paying dividends so far for the hulking defender

Head coach Jon Cooper signs multi-year extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning - Raw Charge
Tampa Bay's 8th head coach in franchise history is sticking around.

Is a Big Move Coming Soon for the Winnipeg Jets? - Arctic Ice Hockey
Ladd, Byfuglien, Trouba, Hamonic. Let's have a chat about all of them.

The Final Howl

Jersey Fouls of the Week: A hopeful St. Louis Blues fan | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports