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At last, the Arizona Coyotes' season starts today. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes youth seems to be the way of the season - Five For Howling
With the Arizona Coyotes roster set, will opening night show that age is just a number?

Arizona Coyotes get a head-start on 2017 with Lane Pederson signing - Five For Howling
The Coyotes are already looking forward to next year by signing Pederson.

Strome likely a healthy scratch for season opener - Arizona Sports
Strome was skating as an extra forward at Friday's practice, and when asked if that was an indication of his status for the season opener, coach Dave Tippett all but confirmed it was.

News From Around the Hockey World

Pekka Rinne Quietly Impresses Against Blackhawks - On the Forecheck
Pekka Rinne got the 2016-17 season started on the right foot.

Blackhawks vs. Predators final score: Chicago falls 3-2 - Second City Hockey
After surrendering three power play goals, the Blackhawks open the season with back-to-back losses.

Watch P.K. Subban blast his first goal as member of Predators | FOX Sports
The Subban era in Nashville is off to a hot start.

Flames Lose Again to the Oilers - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Does not have a nice ring to it, does it?

Stars Win, Answer Off-Season Questions - Defending Big D
For one night, at least, the Stars put a tumultuous off-season to rest and got back to the business of winning hockey games. But what did we learn?

Ducks sign Rakell to six-year, $22.8M deal – ProHockeyTalk
Anaheim opened its campaign with two key unsigned RFAs: Hampus Lindholm, and Rickard Rakell. Now, only Lindholm remains without a deal.

Timo Meier sent to Barracuda, Ryan Carpenter called up - Fear The Fin
Carpenter will join the Sharks on their east coast road trip.

Budaj Call: With Quick Hurt, LA Recalls Peter Budaj for Backup - Jewels From The Crown
How's a Zatkoff-Budaj tandem going to work out? Guess we'll see.

The Final Howl

Former Capital Wojtek Wolski remains in intensive care after suffering serious injury in KHL ‹ Russian Machine Never Breaks
Wolski, who has five goals in 19 games for Metallurg Magnitogorsk, had to be stretchered off the ice after diving for a loose puck. Wolski collided with Barys’ Vladimir Markelov and crashed headfirst into the boards. Wolski laid on the ice motionless.