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Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - Martin on the move?

Could Martin Hanzal be in another city by the end of the season? More on this and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Could Martin Hanzal go to New York? - Five For Howling
Would the Coyotes be willing to part with Martin Hanzal?

Ranking the Arizona Coyotes Trade Assets - Today's Slapshot
The Arizona Coyotes will be active in the build up to the NHL's trade deadline. They have three pieces that could net them big returns.

Coyotes exploring multiple AHL options including San Antonio | FOX Sports
With the AHL's Pacific Division taking shape, the Coyotes are considering locating thier affiliate closer to Arizona.

Arizona Coyotes head coach Dave Tippett will 'lean heavily' on Mike Smith down the stretch - Arizona Sports
Since opening night, the team's record has mirrored the performance of their starting goaltender -- each more than halfway down the path to a losing season.

Coyotes' David Moss hoping he has escaped slump -
Arizona Coyotes right winger David Moss has had a season reflective of team for which he plays – namely, things aren't going anywhere near as well as he'd hoped.

The AHL's westward expansion and the ripple effects on the Coyotes - Five For Howling
The AHL's is moving five teams to California for the 2015-16 season. None of those teams are affiliated with the Coyotes. What does this mean for the future of Arizona's prospects?

PACIFIC WAR ROOM - 2.6.15 | The Royal Half
Pacific War Room is back with a look at all the comings and goings in the NHL's Pacific Division during the week of January 31- February 6!

Pirates News

Pirates rout IceCaps - IceCaps - The Telegram
The Portland Pirates scored early, and they scored often Friday night as the St. John’s IceCaps slipped farther away from an American Hockey League playoff spot with an embarrassing 8-1 whitewashing at Mile One Centre.

Gladiators News

Orlando Solar Bears fall to Gwinnett Gladiators - Orlando Sentinel
The Orlando Solar Bears saw their hot streak cooled off Friday night by one of the worst teams in the ECHL's Eastern Conference.

News From Around the Hockey World

Blackhawks vs. Jets final score: Chicago rolls in overtime, 2-1 - Second City Hockey
Patrick Kane and Brandon Saad, what would we do without you? The 'Hawks wingers led the team to a 2-1 win in Winnipeg on Friday night.

Fleury and the 1st line shine bright in 4-0 rout of Calgary - PensBurgh
Sidney Crosby, Chris Kunitz and David Perron flex their offensive muscles as the Pittsburgh Penguins win and Marc-Andre Fleury gets his second straight shutout.

Game #50 Recap - Inexplicable - The Cannon
Unexpectedly, the Jackets dominated the hottest team in the league Friday night.

Jackets thump the Blues, but lose Murray | ProHockeyTalk
The defenseman suffered a lower body injury.

Capitals vs. Ducks Recap: Caps Top Ducks in Shootout, 3-2 - Japers' Rink
Capitals backup goalie Philipp Grubauer outdueled Ducks backup Ilya Bryzgalov, and Nicklas Backstrom gets the game-clinching goal in the 3-2 shootout win.

Video: Brouwer’s amazing play leads to Chimera’s goal | ProHockeyTalk
Jason Chimera finished off the play for his fifth of the season.

Dressing room culture will dictate that Evander Kane's time is up in Winnipeg | theScore
The lines with this stuff can get blurry. Was that joke malicious, or a guy reaching out? The players who get targeted most are almost always the most beloved characters, but when it’s happening often to a guy who doesn’t seem to be everybody’s best friend, is he getting picked on or being included?

How The Jets Failed Evander Kane And Why It'll Happen Again - Pension Plan Puppets
Evander Kane and the Winnipeg Jets have played cat and mouse for the better part of his young and promising career. This breakdown isn't his fault, it's on the leadership and organization that failed him first and foremost.

Evander Kane’s agent denies surgery conspiracy during media spin tour | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
His task on Friday was a thankless one: Trying to convince the hockey world that all-too convenient timing was in fact coincidence, and trying to spray sunshine all over his client’s relationship with the team and his teammates.

Henrik Lundqvist Injury: Rangers announce Lundqvist to miss at least three weeks - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers released an official statement on the status of Henrik Lundqvist, and announced that he will be missing at least three weeks of action.

Lightning acquire Ashton and Broll from the Leafs | ProHockeyTalk
Toronto gets a conditional 7th round pick in 2016.

The Chicago Blackhawks have an Andrew Shaw problem - Second City Hockey
Whether it's prior to the trade deadline or at some point this summer, the Blackhawks should find a way to replace Andrew Shaw in the lineup.

Colin Wilson enjoying breakout season for resurgent Predators -
The Predators forward, who struggled mightily last year, has finally realized his potential.

Matt Cooke out for season won't derail Wild's attempt to make the playoffs - Hockey Wilderness
Missing Cooke from the line-up isn't going to derail the season (anymore than the goaltending has already) like if a major injury hit one of the top four defensemen.

Assembling ESPN's World Cup of Hockey 2016 Broadcasting Dream Team - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Where does Pierre factor in? Good news, he doesn't.

Corey Perry still scoring through mumps and injury | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
In early November, he started coming down with an illness. At first it was a mystery, then it was the mumps, and he had to stay isolated from his teammates.

Is Patrick Roy's aggressive goalie pulling strategy working? -
Colorado Avalanche coach Patrick Roy is the most aggressive in the NHL when it comes to pulling his goalie for the extra attacker. Is it still working? And did it ever work?

Video: Mark Howe on father Gordie’s ‘incredible’ recovery | ProHockeyTalk
Mr. Hockey was honored last night in Saskatoon.

The Final Howl

NHL Grab Bag: The Ref Should Be Seen, Not Heard " Grantland