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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - NBC's scheduling nightmare

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NBC Sports released next season's broadcast schedule, and pretty much nobody was happy with it. Details in today's Tracks.

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Coyotes News

From the editor's desk: an empty net for the City of Glendale - Five For Howling
A short-term victory may turn into a long-term loss for the City of Glendale

Plachta Eager for First NHL Training Camp - Arizona Coyotes - Features
Plachta comes to the organization after helping Mannheim Adler win the DEL (Deutsche Eishockey Liga) championship last season, his fifth with the team.

Arizona Coyotes want regular meetings with Glendale city leaders - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes' ownership said it planned to mend its relationship with the city council.

News From Around the Hockey World

Here are the "rivalries" that will be on NBC's "Wednesday Night Rivalry" in 2015-16 - Broad Street Hockey
Ah, that old Blackhawks-Rangers rivalry...

New York Rangers News: Derek Stepan Signs Six-Year Extension With Rangers - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers have agreed to terms with Derek Stepan on a multi-year extension, and have avoided arbitration.

Colin Wilson Signs 4-year, $15.75 Million Contract - On the Forecheck
Now we can rejoice.

Marcus Kruger to take short deal if Blackhawks can't open up enough cap space, per report - Second City Hockey
It sounds like everyone expects Kruger to be in Chicago going forward.

With Free Agency All But Done for the Devils, What Else Do They Need? - In Lou We Trust
With Adam Larsson signed to a new contract, most of the team's loose ends for free agency have been tied up. In this post, I take a look at what the New Jersey Devils roster (and management) still needs ahead of training camp.

Bettman says NHL would have to ‘consider’ putting Quebec City in the Western Conference | ProHockeyTalk
The alignment debate rages on.

What We Learned: Why are teams waiting on Cody Franson? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Some of it, I think, is that the Predators didn't seem to like him very much once they paid through the nose for him ahead of the trade deadline, and consequently let him walk without making much of an attempt to bring him back.

Stars' Seguin 'getting different movements back' after knee injury | theScore
Seguin recorded 37 goals and 40 assists in 71 games, averaging more points per game (1.08) than anyone in the NHL not named Sidney Crosby.

The Final Howl

BarDown: The Greatest Hockey Stick Guitars of all time - TSN