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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - a great day for Tucson hockey

Last night's Red and White Scrimmage was a tremendous success. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

#PhoenixJar Update: Preseason Wrap-up - Five For Howling
Come on guys... it's just the preseason. Do we have to make this an expensive thing this year?

Arizona Coyotes: An Opening Night Primer For The Casual Fan - Howlin' Hockey
Arizona Coyotes will open the 2016-17 NHL season on Saturday night. For those casual fans that haven’t attended a home opener, you can’t afford to miss it.

Glendale made final payment to NHL for Arizona Coyotes - KTAR
The City of Glendale stuck a deal with the NHL in 2013 in order to keep the Arizona Coyotes while the league ran them.

NHL preview: What you need to know about the Western Conference - LA Times
After the Kings and Chicago Blackhawks alternated as Stanley Cup champions for four seasons, the Cup left the Western Conference and landed in Pittsburgh.

Roadrunners News

White beats Red as pro hockey is reborn in Tucson - Tucson News Now
Professional hockey officially arrived back in Tucson on Sunday as the Arizona Coyotes scrimmaged in front of an estimated 4,500 fans.

Over 3,000 fans watch Coyotes scrimmage in Tucson | Sports |

AHL's Roadrunners open play Friday in San Diego.

News From Around the Hockey World

Gudas will have hearing for hit against Austin Czarnik - Broad Street Hockey
Radko Gudas will almost certainly be suspended, and it could be a long one.

What We Learned: How the Oilers failed Nail Yakupov - Yahoo Sports
You have to hand it to Peter Chiarelli: He’s given a lot of other teams a lot of very talented players.

Final Roster Cuts Loom For Dallas Stars, But Defense Still Looks Crowded - Defending Big D
Devin Shore looks to be among those who will start the season in Dallas. Mattias Backman might end up back in Texas, but it's not really his fault.

Family matters: Why Brian Campbell gave Blackhawks steep discount to return - Chicago Tribune
Defenseman Brian Campbell determined money can't buy happiness so he came back to his wife's home area with young family looking to settle in for good.

The Final Howl

Gotta See It: Sharks and Ducks have a preseason line brawl -
Watch as a referee gets caught in the middle of a San Jose Sharks and the Anaheim Ducks preseason line brawl.