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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - is Strome NHL ready?

Will the Arizona Coyotes opt to send Dylan Strome back to major-junior? More on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Coyotes Won't Rush Strome to NHL - Arizona Coyotes - Features
Dylan Strome, the third player selected at the 2015 NHL Draft, is eager to play in the League, but Coyotes brass will not rush him.

Former Coyote exec Sean Burke weighing options with other organizations | FOX Sports
Former Coyotes executive Sean Burke said he is pondering a position with another NHL club and expects to make a decision quickly.

Does Tobias Rieder Have First Line Talent? - Heat Waved
Tobias Rieder took the NHL by storm last season as he set NHL records. What will Rieder do in 2015-2016? Does he have what it take to be a great winger?

Arizona Coyotes ready to find out what Max Domi can do -
After four successful seasons in junior hockey, winger Max Domi looks ready for the NHL.

Coyotes Player Spotlight: C Kyle Chipchura - Heat Waved
Kyle Chipchura is a special player. It is not too often that you find a player who went from the brink of getting cut to being an alternate captain.

News From Around the Hockey World

Michael Del Zotto, Flyers avoid arbitration, agree to two-year contract - Broad Street Hockey
No arbitration.

Avs sign RFAs Grigorenko, Clark, Agozzino - Mile High Hockey
The Avalanche came to terms with three RFAs today, Grigorenko, Agozzino, and Clark.

After Signing Johnny Oduya, How Do the Dallas Stars Defense Pairs Fit? - Defending Big D
Like an awkward Jr. High dance, it's time for everyone to pick a partner.

The future of Andrew Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien with the Winnipeg Jets - Arctic Ice Hockey
For the past few seasons one of the questions surrounding the Jets has been "who is the core of this team?". This season could finally answer that question.

Mike Ribeiro Settles Lawsuit - On the Forecheck
Lawsuit was settled 5 days after signing new contract with Nashville.

Ilya Bryzgalov considers retirement in humangous beeg decision | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Bryz is now working at a summer hockey camp for youth goalies through HC Lada of the KHL, and told that team’s website that retirement could be his next step if he doesn’t mind employment in the next month and a half.

Penguins GM won't hold Phil Kessel to same media standards Maple Leafs did | theScore
Kessel and the Toronto press didn't mesh well.

Stop clinging to false hopes and realize ‘NHL first’ arena is the only option | The Seattle Times
Wednesday’s vote by the Wisconsin State Senate approving an arena in Milwaukee effectively kills any chance of the NBA returning to Seattle soon. It also means an arena can be built here only with an ‘NHL first’ scenario.

The Final Howl

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