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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Still Not A Dynasty

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Andrew Barroway is no longer the majority owner, Antoine Vermette is going to have his name on the Stanley Cup, and blah blah blah Chicago won or whatever.

If only he had been wearing a different shade of red
If only he had been wearing a different shade of red
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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes: Mitch Marner Moving Up In Draft Order - Howlin Hockey
As the NHL Draft draws near, Mitch Marner has moved up into consideration for the third overall pick owned but the Arizona Coyotes. Will they choose Marner?

Andrew Barroway to step down from majority role as Arizona Coyotes ownership group reshuffles - AZ Central
The Coyotes are working to reorganize their ownership group, which would see Andrew Barroway take on a lesser role

Glendale to discuss Coyotes' options at closed-door meeting | FOX Sports

There are only two viable options for the Glendale City Council: withdraw its legal case against the Coyotes or go to court. The team will not renegotiate its deal with the city.

Former Glendale official accuses city of blatant lie and 'attack on my credibility' | FOX Sports
Former assistant city manager says she will sue city if case damages her reputation or results in financial loss.

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Kimmo Timonen wins the Stanley Cup: "I've been dreaming of this for 17 years" - Broad Street Hockey
Philadelphia fans are happy tonight.

Blackhawks step up when it matters most in Stanley Cup win - Second City Hockey
The series didn't get off to a terrific start, but the Blackhawks did what they were required to do in order to win, once again, unlike those other times where they lost.

2015 Stanley Cup Final: Tampa Bay Lightning full injury rundown - Raw Charge
The Tampa Bay Lightning were bruised, battered, beaten, you name it. Full injury rundown featuring Ben Bishop, Tyler Johnson, and Nikita Kucherov.

Blackhawks' defenseman Duncan Keith wins 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy - Second City Hockey
For the first time in his career, Keith is named the Stanley Cup playoffs MVP.

Trade pickup Vermette proving valuable for Blackhawks late in playoffs - Winnipeg Free Press
Antoine Vermette has been good for the Blackhawks, when they play him.

News From Around the Hockey World

More the merrier? Devils may draft D with first-rounder | ProHockeyTalk
Ray Shero is fitting right in with New Jersey.

Pens sign Swedish League veteran Niclas Andersen | ProHockeyTalk
Apparently he looks a lot like Brian Dumoulin.

NHL TV package settlement might feel like win for fans, but it's not even close - Broad Street Hockey
The league wins, as it always does.

Hurricanes Sign Derek Ryan To One-Year Deal - Canes Country
Forward was named Most Valuable Player in Swedish Hockey League last season

5 Hypothetical Martin St. Louis Destinations - The Hockey Writers
For now, Martin St. Louis remains a New York Ranger, but officially only with reports surfacing that the two sides are content to go their separate ways.

NHL official from Minot looking to get back on the rink - The Bismark Tribune
A Minot man who's officiated games in the NHL for two decades is hoping to return to the ice this winter.

Shades of Séguin: Listening To The Media On Dougie Hamilton Is The Biggest Mistake Boston Could Make - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The Boston media has recently cast questions on Dougie Hamilton's ability as a "number one defenceman" - and with that, the contract saga has entered a new, potentially dangerous phase for the future

The Final Howl

Video: NHL 16’s trailer features mascots, motivational speeches | ProHockeyTalk
Mascots you guys, mascots.