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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - Adidas to the NHL?

It appears that Adidas will be taking over NHL jersey design in the near future. Details on that and other stories in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

From the editor's desk: loyalty to the Valley - Five For Howling
Arizona is often criticized for not having a passionate fan-base. So why do players keep coming back here?

Arizona Coyotes: Hanzal Ready For Injury-Free Year - Howlin' Hockey
Martin Hanzal had back surgery to repair his herniated disc, and hopes to be injury-free this year so he can help the Arizona Coyotes rebound from last year

News From Around the Hockey World

Report: Adidas wins rights to NHL's jerseys; big changes coming? - CBSSports.com
Adidas has secured the rights to make the NHL's uniforms starting in 2017-18, according to reports. So what does that mean for the future of NHL uniforms?

Possible modifications to NHL jerseys - Eyes On The Prize
It was announced yesterday that Adidas won the bid to produce the NHL's jerseys, and as per usual the fear of potential ads on logos came to the forefront.

Calgary Flames reveal $890M arena-stadium plan | Calgary Herald
The Calgary Flames organization wants to build an ambitious $890-million hockey arena and events centre, as well as a football stadium with a roof on property west of downtown, the club officially announced on Tuesday.

The Swiss League is becoming a landing spot for in-between players - Raw Charge
The Swiss Men's professional ice hockey league is becoming something of a destination for in-between players; guys that for whatever reason aren't quite good enough to break into the NHL, but good enough to earn a better opportunity than in the AHL.

The Curious Case of Alex Stalock - Fear The Fin
The Sharks need goaltender Alex Stalock to bounce back this season, but should they expect it?

Avalanche’s biggest question: How much will they miss Ryan O’Reilly? | ProHockeyTalk
Is Carl Soderberg up to the task of replacing him?

Marcus Kruger waits patiently on new Blackhawks contract | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Kruger led Blackhawks forwards last season, averaging 2:13 of ice-time on the penalty kill. The next highest amongst Chicago Fs was Marian Hossa at 1:31. Kruger is coming off a two-year deal that paid him $2.65 million. Last season, the 25-year-old had 17 points in 81 games.

2015 Rangers Report Card: Keith Yandle - Blueshirt Banter
The Rangers paid a steep price to get him, but Keith Yandle played a big role on the Rangers blue line in the brief start to his Rangers career.

What do Justin Williams and TJ Oshie Bring to the Capitals Passing Offense? - Japers' Rink
Using passing data to predict the impact of new signings Justin Williams and TJ Oshie from a passing standpoint.

Jets' Burmistrov: I'm 'like a different player' after 2-year KHL stint | theScore
The 23-year-old has spent the last two campaigns in the KHL with Ak Bars Kazan before returning to the NHL on a two-year deal on July 1.

The Final Howl

WATCH: Estonian teen's amazing puck-juggling act belongs in a circus - CBSSports.com