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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - young-ins'

A look at Arizona's young general manager, a young player at rookie camp earns an entry-level contract, and Connor McDavid's record setting pace. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

NHL Season Preview 2016: 3 questions facing the Arizona Coyotes - Five For Howling
As part of SB Nation’s NHL preview, here are our answers to three of Arizona’s largest questions.

Coyotes have flexibility despite current cap crunch - Arizona Sports
John Chayka was asked Tuesday if he was concerned about Arizona's current cap situation. The question was foreign to the Coyotes GM.

Jalen Smereck Inks Entry Level Deal With Coyotes - TSS
Following successful rookie and training camps with the Arizona Coyotes this fall, undrafted free agent defenseman Jalen Smereck went to the OHL’s Flint Firebirds to begin his season without an NHL deal.

Why the Arizona Coyotes have pro sports youngest general manager - USA Today
He's 13 years younger than captain Shane Doan, 16 years younger than any other NHL GM.

News From Around the Hockey World

Can Alexander Radulov provide the goal scoring the Canadiens desperately need from a top-six winger? - Eyes On The Prize
The Canadiens took a gamble, but one that should pay off.

P.K. Subban: It was a ‘personality trade,’ not a hockey trade – ProHockeyTalk
Not a great day for Habs fans who didn't like the trade.

Morning Skate: Connor McDavid sets his first of many new NHL records -
McDavid has the captaincy and all of Oilers nation on his shoulders.

Lightning to retire Martin St. Louis’ No. 26 in January - Raw Charge
The guy who wanted out of Tampa two years ago will soon be receiving a hero’s welcome — and be the first to have his number retired by the organization.

The Final Howl

President Obama congratulated the Penguins on their Stanley Cup win by making a Phil Kessel joke -