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We now know what IceArizona believes it lost in its first year of ownership. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes lost $16 million in the first year under IceArizona - Five For Howling
A look at the Arizona Coyotes' recent revenue news, and what that means going forward.

Arizona Coyotes Reporting $16m in Losses - Todays SlapShot
The Arizona Coyotes have reported $16 million in losses for their first fiscal year under ICE Arizona, putting them closer to the out clause number.

Coyotes report $16.45M in losses for fiscal Year 1 | FOX Sports
Coyotes president and CEO Anthony LeBlanc said the team's total operating losses were $34.4 million but that included one-time acquisition fees and the full amount of Mike Ribeiro's buyout.

Joakim Nordstrom of Chicago Blackhawks suspended two games for boarding - Department of Player Safety News - NHL.com
Oliver Ekman-Larsson is still considered day-to-day.

30 Thoughts: Video review tabled for GM meetings - Sportsnet.ca
In this week's 30 Thoughts Elliotte Friedman looks at potential changes to video review related to goaltender interference, as well as the latest news and notes from around the NHL.

Vermette's Coyotes Legacy Tied To Trades - Today's Slapshot
Antoine Vermette was brought to the Arizona Coyotes during one of the team's hottest streaks ever, and his legacy is tied to trades.

PACIFIC WAR ROOM - 3.13.15 | 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 March 7-13!

Pirates News

Rally makes it six straight wins for Pirates - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
A 2-1 overtime victory over Norfolk puts Portland a point behind Providence in the race for fifth place in the Eastern Conference.

News From Around the Hockey World

Dallas Stars Dominate Washington Capitals, Win 4-2 - Defending Big D
The Dallas Stars defeated the Washington Capitals 4-2 in dominating fashion on Friday night. Despite playing on the second night of a back-to-back set, the Stars outworked, outskated, and outscored the Capitals.

Ducks Invade Minnesota Pond and Leave Droppings in the Wild - Hockey Wilderness
The Minnesota Wild get up-ended by the Anaheim Ducks 2-1.

Oilers complete gloom-tour with shootout loss - The Copper & Blue
It's been an odyssey of crap the past week. However some recent stats show that if you quint your eyes and tilt your head the right way, maybe the Oilers are good at some stuff.

Oilers score power play goal after wacky bounce off boards - SBNation.com
The poor Blue Jackets can't catch a break.

Burning Leafs: Flames vs. Leafs Recap - Matchsticks and Gasoline
It's hard to avoid those puns, but what else is there to say about a game that ended 6-3?

Flames forward Lance Bouma lands scary knee-on-knee hit on Leafs player - SBNation.com
Brandon Kozun appeared to be injured after the play.

Flames defence notes: Ladislav Smid done for the season, Douglas Murray on tryout - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Smid already wasn't doing anything, and Murray probably isn't gonna do anything, either.

Joe Thornton thinks Doug Wilson should 'shut his mouth' about stripping him of captaincy - Fear The Fin
Issues between the Sharks' GM and best player stemming from last summer appear to be boiling over.

Leave goalie interference reviews out of NHL referees’ hands | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
There’s a fear that the call itself is so subjective, so nuanced and so clouded (hello, goalie embellishment) that the ruling on the ice should just stand.

Kings just ‘decided to turn it around and start winning’ | ProHockeyTalk
L.A. Kings now in a playoff position.

WATCH: Senators' Bobby Ryan won't win any awards for this dive - CBSSports.com
But we'll give him a 5.6 on the dismount anyway.

Jonathan Ericsson Is In Over His Head - Winging It In Motown
If this team is going to contend, something needs to change.

The Blues Have Been Coached By The Four Most Winningest Coaches - St. Louis Game Time
If you'd like a reminder of how frustrating life can be as a Blues fan, here you go.

This is not a transition year for the Montreal Canadiens - Eyes On The Prize
There's a big difference between actual expectations and what you say in public, believing what the Habs have said is just naive.

Not Done | The Players' Tribune
Scott Gomez weighs in on the pressures of an NHL career.

The Final Howl

Jersey Fouls: Swedish massages and King Arnold Schwarzenegger | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports