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Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - Perlini tears up Tucson

Brendan Perlini is on a hot streak in Tucson. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes fall in overtime to Vancouver Canucks - Five For Howling
For the second consecutive night, the Arizona Coyotes get burned in OT.

Brad Richardson of Arizona Coyotes to have surgery for fractured leg - ESPN
The Coyotes' Brad Richardson suffered multiple fractures in his right leg during Thursday's loss to Vancouver.

John Chayka, the 27-year-old NHL GM: 'We’re trying to do things the right way' | Sport | The Guardian
Chayka’s Coyotes have endured a losing start – but the youngest GM in the league tells Josh Kloke that he’s not ready to abandon his data-driven approach just yet

Quick Hits: The Analytics Coyotes and The Wings Trending Downward - Winging It In Motown
I’m a very subtle but huge Arizona Coyotes fan and will probably remain one as long as John Chayka is General Manager there. What he’s doing is essentially in total defiance of the way things have always been done and I love that.

Roadrunners News

Brendan Perlini powers Tucson Roadrunners past Manitoba Moose 5-2 | The Chronicle Herald
The Roadrunners are on a 10-game point streak with eight wins and two overtime losses.

Professional hockey can be elevator ride between bigs, not-so-bigs | Roadrunners |
Honesty is key to keeping players motivated, content, Tucson Roadrunners coach says.

News From Around the Hockey World

Flames Suffer Tough Loss at Home - Matchsticks and Gasoline
A controversial goal wins it for CHI while Flames power play continues to not produce.

Gallagher in uncharted territory as goal drought continues -
Frustration has to be mounting for Gallagher, just like it must be for the 13-3-2 Canadiens who have now lost three consecutive games for the first time this season.

Riveters’ captain Ashley Johnston weighs in on salary cuts to NWHL players - Blueshirt Banter
"This is the place where we want to play. We are all invested in this league. We all want to see it succeed."

Letestu to the Rescue - The Copper & Blue
If the Oilers aren't going to acquire someone to help with the powerplay, there might be an internal solution.

Hertl returns to San Jose for MRI - Fear The Fin
The Czech forward will undergo further testing back in San Jose.

Here’s how the Wild broke Johnny Gaudreau with at least 21 slashes in 1 game -
That’s a lot of unicorns.

The Final Howl

How Carl Hagelin and Patric Hornqvist became best friends - PensBurgh