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Sunday's Coyotes Tracks - more cuts

The Arizona Coyotes reassigned five players to the AHL to get closer to the 23 man roster limit. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes cut five more players from training camp - Five For Howling
The Coyotes are down to 27.

Coyotes trim roster to 27; assign five players to Tucson - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes reduced their training camp roster to 27 on Saturday afternoon and must be reduced to 23 by Tuesday at 2 p.m. Arizona time.

Arizona Coyotes' Clayton Keller May Be Yotes' Top Prospect - Howlin' Hockey
Is he undersized? Sure. He’s also skilled nearly beyond compare even among the Coyotes’ vaunted prospect pool.

News From Around the Hockey World

What Could Have Been vs What Might Be - The Copper & Blue
A look at the Oilers offseason moves, looking at what the forwards and defence might look like vs how they could have looked.

Nail Yakupov: Low cost, potential high reward - St. Louis Game Time
Yakupov has tallied 50 goals and 61 assists in 252 career games, with 16 power play goals spread amongst those 50 scores.

Welcome, Kris Russell - The Copper & Blue
The Oilers’ collection of defensemen grows today with Chiarelli’s latest addition

How the Flyers could (and should) finalize their roster by temporarily demoting Shayne Gostisbehere - Broad Street Hockey
Injuries and the salary cap make it complicated, and perhaps unpopular. But seriously, don’t worry.

Blackhawks recall Ville Pokka, Viktor Svedberg, Dillon Fournier from AHL Rockford - Second City Hockey
The Hawks add some bodies before their preseason finale against the Blues on Saturday.

Canadiens trade Tim Bozon to Florida for Jonathan Racine - Eyes On The Prize
Tim Bozon struggled to regain his form following a battle with meningitis, and his time with the organization is over.

Red Wings place Martin Frk, Nick Jensen, others on Waivers - Winging It In Motown
Mitch Callahan, Eric Tangradi, and Brian Lashoff join the waiver wire.

Loui Eriksson ready for Sedins Triplet status with Canucks - Yahoo Sports
Many have tried to hang with the twin Vancouver Canucks stars, attempting to get on their unique wavelength. Eriksson signed a six-year, $36-million free-agent contract with the Canucks in the summer, leaving the Boston Bruins.

Flames moving ‘Heaven and Earth’ to sign Gaudreau, says Treliving – ProHockeyTalk
Better try and move it slightly faster.

The Final Howl

Three years ago, Tomas Hertl scored THAT goal - Fear The Fin