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The Arizona Coyotes have more than a few youngsters represented in ESPN's top prospects list. The total Arizona rundown and more in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

ESPN: Five Coyotes' prospects among top-71 in rankings - Arizona Sports
This season should prove to be a very exciting one for the franchise, as the team transitions towards their very bright and exciting future with many of their elite prospects starting to come up the pipeline.

Arizona Coyotes Face Tough Opening Month Schedule - Howlin' Hockey
WIth eleven games to start the 2015-16 season, the Arizona Coyotes face a tough schedule. Howlin' Hockey breaks down each game to show you the match ups.

News From Around the Hockey World

Wild ’15-16 Outlook | ProHockeyTalk
Can they take a step forward this season?

Craig Anderson Is The Senators Most Important Piece In 2015-16 - Silver Seven
In 2015-16 the Senators will look to take the next step in terms of development. However, their success hinges on Craig Anderson, which is why he is the team's most important piece.

Should the Canadiens worry about Dustin Tokarski? - Eyes On The Prize
No goaltender can match what Carey Price brings to the table, but should the Habs be concerned about their insurance policy?

WTE: What to expect from Michael Frolik - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Coming off a huge contract signing, will the newcomer prove his worth within the organization?

It's Not Only OK for the 2015-16 Devils to Try to Be Competitive; It's Nearly Required - In Lou We Trust
The New Jersey Devils are in a re-building mode, does that mean they should tank through 2015-16? Not only is it OK that they try to be competitive, I explain in this post why it's nearly required that they do so for multiple reasons.

Report: Ballard, Leopold leaning towards retirement | ProHockeyTalk
Both blue liners are unrestricted free agents.

Daniel Carcillo spends Stanley Cup day raising money, awareness -
Former Chicago Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo enjoyed his day with the Stanley Cup by raising funds and awareness for his new foundation to help support athletes transitioning from their careers.

The Final Howl

Tyler Seguin and Bob Bassen Suit Up for Sled Hockey at StarCenter Farmers Branch - Defending Big D