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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - no discipline needed

As it turns out, Shane Doan will not face any supplemental discipline from the NHL. More on that in today's Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Report: Doan won’t be punished for Letang hit | ProHockeyTalk
The Penguins defenseman suffered a concussion.

Arizona Coyotes carrying no-quit attitude to end of season -
In the aftermath of the NHL trade deadline, the Coyotes have remained competitive and that was clear on a recent three-game road trip.

All 30: Each NHL team's most disappointing season of the 2000s - Along the Boards
Incredibly, this year does not make the list for the Coyotes.

Gladiators News

Orlando's short-handed goal sinks Gladiators | Gwinnett Daily Post
The Gwinnett Gladiators watched a pair of leads disappear in a Sunday loss to Orlando

News From Around the Hockey World

New Jersey Devils Deflected to Defeat by Anaheim Ducks, 1-2 - In Lou We Trust
Deflections decided the game between the New Jersey Devils and the Anaheim Ducks.

Nashville Predators 2, Calgary Flames 5: Flames Dominate, Sweep Season Series - On the Forecheck
A day after clinching the playoffs, the Predators got ripped to shreds by the Flames.

Instant Recap: Toews'd down - Arctic Ice Hockey
It was closer than it should have been, but in the end the Jets pulled out a loss in the end.

Jets player gives up breakaway goal after referee interferes with his stick -
A Jets defenseman tried to deke around a ref and it didn't go well.

Pens/Sharks Recap: Pittsburgh takes 2 points in a shootout - PensBurgh
The Pittsburgh Penguins jump out to a 2-0 lead, before giving it back to the tune of a 2-2 tie before gutting out an extra point in a shootout against the San Jose Sharks.

Sharks goalie robs Evgeni Malkin at point blank range -
That save will go on Alex Stalock's career highlights reel.

Video: Brian Engblom takes a puck to the head | ProHockeyTalk
He left the broadcast for stitches, but did return.

WATCH: Ex-NHLer viciously attacks opponent during warmup in Sweden -
Former NHLer Andre Deveaux attacked an opponent during warmups of an Allsvenskan league playoff game. He slashed Per Helmersson twice, once on the legs and also swung at the defenseman's head with his stick.

David Pastrnak scores Bruins game-winning overtime goal off no-look pass -
Carl Soderberg's gorgeous pass led to a game-winner that impacted the Eastern Conference race.

Sabres arrive in Arizona without fanfare or tanking talk - BN Hockey
The day before the final showdown with Arizona, the Buffalo Sabres prepared for a game instead of a sideshow.

Sabres GM Tim Murray: ‘I think too much about’ McDavid | ProHockeyTalk
Buffalo has the best odds of drafting him. - American Auston Matthews will headline 2016 Draft - 2015 NHL Draft
More specifically, Arizonan Auston Matthews.

Canada splits opening weekend of Women's Worlds - Matchsticks and Gasoline
After a loss to the U.S. in the first game of the tournament, the Canadians rebounded with a sound beating of Russia, 4-0.

When Will the Advanced Stats Revolution Come to Junior Hockey? - Hockey Wilderness
Advanced stats are underutilized in the CHL because very few stats are actually tracked by the leagues. Examining the WHL career of Wild prospect Reid Duke, it's clear that more advanced stats would make it easier to understand his development.

2015 Frozen Four field set - SB Nation College Hockey
North Dakota, Boston University, Providence and Nebraska Omaha make up the field for the 2015 NCAA Frozen Four at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass.

NCAA Hockey: More Boston magic; RIT pulls off massive upset | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
If BU has even the remotest chance of coming back in a game, its almost inhuman ability to dominate the third period all but assures that it will.

The Final Howl

LOOK: Former Isles G Rick DiPietro is America's answer to Don Cherry -