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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - RFA deals settled

With Brandon Gormley re-signed and Louis Domingue on his way to Europe, all of the Arizona Coyotes' RFA players have been settled. Details in today's Tracks.

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Coyotes Tracks

Report: Brandon Gormley accepts one-year qualifying offer from Arizona Coyotes - Five For Howling
Brandon Gormley becomes the second to last Arizona Coyotes RFA to sign a contract.

Coyotes notebook: Gormley accepts one-year deal; Domingue to play in Europe | FOX Sports
The last restricted free agent - Louis Domingue - will not play for Arizona next season.

Coyotes want long-term deal with Glendale | ProHockeyTalk
"Nobody benefits from a short-term deal like this, in particular, our hockey department."

Dave Tippett's Nightmare Arizona Coyotes Season - Howlin' Hockey
Dave Tippett experienced the depths of a losing season with his Arizona Coyotes last year, and doesn't want a repeat. He is determined to win again.

Arizona Coyotes With A Side Of Dysin Mayo - Five For Howling
Learn about the Coyotes defensive prospect with the best name in the system.

NHL offseason grades: Flames, Sharks, Oilers get high marks - CBSSports.com
The staff at Eye on Hockey is handing out grades for each team's offseason as a whole so far. Up next is the vastly improved Pacific Division.

News From Around the Hockey World

Alex Galchenyuk re-signed by the Montreal Canadiens - Eyes On The Prize
Marc Bergevin has signed yet another excellent-value contract, locking up Alex Galchenyuk for two years.

Jakub Voracek signs 8-year, $66 million contract with Flyers - Broad Street Hockey
Get used to seeing this face.

NHL - Several players are facing what could be their last chances in 2015-16
You can't always spot a player who's getting his last shot in the NHL, but heading into the upcoming season, some big-name players seem to be running out of chances.

Why trading Shea Weber finally makes sense for Nashville | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
He’s going to be 30 years old next season. And with the Predators seeing dynamic – and cheaper – younger players coming through their system, especially at the blueline, is now the time to deal Weber?

What's Going to Happen to the Captain? - St. Louis Game Time
Fox Sports is calling for a demotion.

B's still eyeing available defensemen on market | Comcast SportsNet - CSNNE.com
The Bruins are keeping their eye on available defensemen in the market, whether it be via free agency or trades.

Leafs offer Bernier minimum in arbitration - Article - TSN
Bernier, 26, is the only one of 23 players in the arbitration process this summer to receive a filed offer from his club below what he earned last season.

Pegula: Sabres have gone through ‘two of the most successful seasons we’ve ever had’ | ProHockeyTalk
That's one way of putting it.

The Final Howl

Red Deck Wins: The future hockey analytics driven metagame - Pension Plan Puppets
What can Magic: The Gathering teach us about hockey? No seriously.