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Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - the Scott signing

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The Arizona Coyotes signed noteworthy enforcer John Scott to a contract yesterday. More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes sign John Scott to one-year deal - Five For Howling
The notorious enforcer comes to the desert after notching three goals and 81 penalty minutes last season.

Uncle's guidance makes Arizona a second home for Coyotes' Capobianco | FOX Sports
Coyotes' prospect Kyle Capobianco has been coming to Arizona since he was 5 years old to attend uncle Randy Exelby's goalie school as a guest shooter.

Arizona Coyotes Orientation Camp Review - Today's Slapshot
The Arizona Coyotes conducted their prospect orientation camp a little bit differently from all the other clubs, and it's going to benefit them long-term.

John Scott's signing by the Arizona Coyotes is a step in the wrong direction - Five For Howling
The game is moving away from dedicated fighters. The Arizona Coyotes are not.

Arizona Coyotes: Acquiring Bickell/Signing Franson Vital - Howlin' Hockey
The Arizona Coyotes are in need of another good defenseman, and winger. Franson and Bickell are available through free agency/trade, and should be acquired.

News From Around the Hockey World

Dallas Stars Acquire Patrick Sharp for Trevor Daley and Ryan Garbutt - Defending Big D
Jim Nill made his big summer move.

Red Wings Sign Gustav Nyquist To A Four Year Contract - Winging It In Motown
The Red Wings essentially paid a bit more than expected for an extra year of term.

5 players who could retire if they don't receive a contract | theScore
Martin St. Louis is already gone, who else could retire if they don't get a contract?

Andre Deveaux saga ends as Swedish authorities decide to drop investigation into pre-game attack | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Deveaux will not be charged after slashing Helmersson before a playoff game.

The Final Howl

Canucks GM Benning booed by ticketholders for not trading Ryan Miller | ProHockeyTalk