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Thursday's Coyotes Tracks- Dubzsiah

Dubnyk is saving Minnesota while some ask if Yandle should be traded and Evander Kane ends up in hot water.

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Coyotes News

Who's Hot, Who's Not: Trending upward - Five For Howling
OEL, Korpedo and the goalies led the way for a Coyotes team that finished the week with a 3-1 record, reversing the losing trend of previous weeks.

Evaluating prospects key step in reshaping Coyotes -- AZCentral
Very few prospects have stuck on the Coyotes roster this season and while patience is necessary for their developments, their readiness is an important factor is resetting the team's roster.

The trouble with tanking, Part II | FOX Sports
Without the ability to secure the last spot in the NHL standings, there isn't a great deal for the Coyotes to gain by tanking, even if the players and coaches were willing, which they are not.

Is it finally time for the Arizona Coyotes to trade Keith Yandle? -
Arizona has resisted dealing Keith Yandle for years. Has the time finally come for them to part ways?

5 Minutes in the Box with Shane Doan | FOX Sports
Coyotes captain Shane Doan joins Tyson Nash for a wide-ranging discussion of life on and off the ice in the latest edition of '5 Minutes in the Box.' The complete episode debuts Saturday on FOX Sports Arizona.

30 Thoughts: What's happening with Kane? -
Some thoughts about both Martin Hanzal and Antoine Vermette.

Arizona College Hockey

ASU hockey to travel to Colorado for three-game weekend | ASU News | The State Press | Arizona State University
The No. 1 ASU hockey team (28-3-1) will travel to Colorado this weekend for a three-game away series with one game against No. 21 Colorado State (14-17-1) and two against No. 18 Colorado (11-12-2).

News From Around the Hockey World

Rangers vs. Bruins Recap: Rangers Hang on to Top Bruins 3-2 at MSG - Blueshirt Banter
Despite a rough patch late in the first period, the Rangers pulled it together and earned two huge points over the Boston Bruins.

Penguins grind out 2-0 win - The Copper & Blue
David Perron and Mark Arcobello treat Edmontonians to some exciting hockey plays...

Sharks lose to Flames - San Jose Mercury News
A brutal second period cost the San Jose Sharks once again, as they allowed three goals -- including two at even strength -- in a 3-1 loss to the Calgary Flames on Wednesday.

Evander Kane was scratched for dress code violation: Report | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Kane’s transgression on Tuesday, as it turns out, was fairly was minor. He broke dress code, arriving at the rink for a midday team meeting in sweats, instead of a suit. By gametime, Kane wasn’t a player.

Slava Voynov police report: argument details, choking, kicking alleged - LA Times
Once again, the Los Angeles Kings thought there was no problem letting this guy practice with the team.

Wednesday Habs Links: Brandon Prust defends fighting in the NHL - Eyes On The Prize
Here are your daily links covering the Canadiens, including Prust's defence of fighting, unrealistic expectations on Subban and the Devils' awful season.

Vancouver Canucks ticket prices tumble as fans dump team - British Columbia - CBC News
Tickets for Tuesday night's Canucks game against the Jet were selling for as little as $30 last night as fans appear to be losing interest in the lacklustre team.

PK Subban fined for diving - Stanley Cup of Chowder

Spare Parts: Milan Michalek - Silver Seven
For all the excitement about the team's future, there seem to be players that don't fit into that future. This is the third in a five-part series looking at what to do with these spare parts.

Vegas expansion group mulling ‘Nevada’ moniker (Updated) | ProHockeyTalk
"It’s more inclusive."

BarDown: BCHL player slashes referee; suspended for remainder of season - TSN
That player, Charlie Zucarrini, committed to play NCAA hockey at Arizona State.

Why Devan Dubnyk is the reason for Minnesota’s turnaround | The Hockey News
When the Minnesota Wild traded for goaltender Devan Dubnyk on Jan. 14, they had 41 points, trailed the Colorado Avalanche by four points for fifth place in the Western Conference wild card standings and were eight points out of the second and final wild card spot.

The Final Howl

Ryan Miller dominates Canucks 'Heads Up' charity game (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports