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Will prospective NHL team owners in Seattle not apply for an expansion bid? Answer to that question and more in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes depth signings round-up - Five For Howling
While much attention has been given to the Coyotes' big signings, there are a few smaller deals that could become important in 2015-16.

Arizona Coyotes' Christian Dvorak among four prospects invited to USA Evaluation Camp - Arizona Sports
USA Hockey announced the 39 athletes invited to participate in its National Junior Evaluation Camp that will take place in Lake Placid, New York from Aug. 1-8.

Lindback Looking to Build on Late-Season Success - Arizona Coyotes - Features
Goaltender Anders Lindback revived his NHL career at the end of last season in one of the least likely places.

Arizona Coyotes: Predicting Pacific Division Standings (POLL) - Howlin' Hockey
Predicting where the Arizona Coyotes will finish this upcoming season in the tough Pacific Division. Unfortunately the team did not improve their roster.

News From Around the Hockey World

Report: Prospective Seattle owner won't bid for NHL expansion team - CBSSports.com
The dream of bringing the NHL to Seattle suffered a major setback as Victor Coleman, one of the top candidates to bring a team to the city, will reportedly not be submitting a bid.

Calle Jarnkrok Signs 1-Year Deal Worth $735,000 - On the Forecheck
One dollar for each of his gorgeous locks of hair.

Stefan Matteau Re-Signed for 2 Years, $1.225 Million - In Lou We Trust
Stefan Matteau was the latest restricted free agent to re-sign with the New Jersey Devils as a two-year deal worth $1.225 million. This short post is a quick reaction to the signing, focusing more on where he would fit on the NHL roster next season.

Friedman: Why The Islanders Are Smartly, Stubbornly Sitting Tight " CBS New York
Garth Snow’s best option is to stay the course. It’s what has put him and his Islanders on the verge of breaking through.

With the Patrick Sharp and Johnny Oduya Signings, Dallas Stars Have Throttle on 'Win Now' Mode - Defending Big D
The Dallas Stars have made big offseason waves by signing Antti Niemi, Johnny Oduya and Patrick Sharp. The real test is whether that can lead to postseason waves. Will it all be enough?

Examining the Future of Drew Miller in Detroit - Winging It In Motown
Next summer is setting up to be a challenging one for the Red Wings front office.

Sabres sign Johan Larsson to a one-year deal - Die By The Blade
Larsson had 16 points in 39 games last season while in Buffalo.

Lightning re-sign Namestnikov and Witkowski - Raw Charge
Both players were RFAs and were the last two remaining on Tampa's list.

Stars GM thinks John Klingberg could be another Erik Karlsson - CBSSports.com
The Dallas Stars might have a future star on the defense in John Klingberg.

The Final Howl

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