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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks- 0 for 6

The Arizona Coyotes lose their sixth straight game, Miller is out for the long haul and more!

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Coyotes News

Coyotes lose to the old Devils 3-0 in New Jersey - Five For Howling
Arizona outshot New Jersey 38-28, but still lost 3-0 to extend the losing streak to six games

Coyotes shut out in sixth consecutive loss | FOX Sports
Cory Schneider had 38 saves and the New Jersey Devils posted their first four-game winning streak in two years with a 3-0 decision over the fading Arizona Coyotes.

The Great Analytics Rankings - ESPN
Some interesting insight into the Coyotes' department.

From the editor's desk: outdoor dreaming - Five For Howling
Could an outdoor game come to Arizona in the near future?

News From Around the Hockey World

Game Recap: Ducks 4 Wings 3 (SO) - Winging It In Motown
Wings dominate, but that just isn't enough sometimes. Detroit falls to Anaheim 4-3 in a shootout loss.

Ryan Miller Out 4-6 Weeks; Markstrom Called Up - Nucks Misconduct
The Canucks again have the pleasure of an all-Swede goaltender battle! Weeeee!!

Vegas ticket drive nearing 7,000 deposits | ProHockeyTalk
The goal is 10,000.

Bryzgalov clears waivers, Ducks recall LaBarbera | ProHockeyTalk
End of the road for Spaceman?

Report: ‘Canes assure Jordan Staal that Penguins trade rumors aren’t true (Updated) | ProHockeyTalk
Is that the end of this tale or are there more twists to come?

Steve Montador, late NHLer, offered to donate brain for future research - NHL on CBC Sports - Hockey news, opinion, scores, stats, standings
Five years ago, while he was still playing in the NHL, defenceman Steve Montador committed to donating his brain to future research. Montador died Feb. 15 at 35, more than a year after lingering concussion symptoms forced him to stop playing hockey.

Does the NHL crush the creativity of its players? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
So what is the culprit? Larionov said that a conservative, paranoid streak in both coaches and players has suffocated creativity. Defense wins championships. Keep it simple, stupid. And meanwhile, all but a handful of current NHL players exhibit any semblance of offensive creativity.

Predicting the 2015-16 Salary Cap - St. Louis Game Time
NHL revenues are up but the Canadian Dollar is in free fall

2015 Top 100 NHL Prospects in the NCAA: #71-80 - SB Nation College Hockey
Prospects ranked #71-80 on our Top 100 NHL Prospects list include a Coyotes' prospect.

The Final Howl

Girl claims Shea Weber shot removed wisdom teeth (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Predators defenseman Shea Weber has broken many an object with his slap shot. He has broken bones, he has ripped a puck through the net – but removed a girl’s wisdom teeth with his 108.5 mph blast?