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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Burned By Special Teams

The Coyotes lost to the Flames last night, Rick Nash is injured again, and the Red Wings and Hurricanes didn't play last night.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes’ special teams pave way for 4-2 loss against Calgary Flames - Five For Howling
The Flames scored 3 power play goals as the Yotes’ own special teams failed to produce on all levels.

Coyotes burned by power plays in loss to Flames | FOX Sports
The Flames killed five Coyotes' power plays, including a 5-on-3 late in the third period.

Coyotes prospect Strome to captain Canada at World Juniors | ProHockeyTalk
The Isles' Matthew Barzal and the Sens' Thomas Chabot will serve as alternates.

News From Around the Hockey World

McAvoy named alternate captain for Team USA - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The BU blueliner will be counted on to provide leadership for Team USA

Rick Nash sidelined again with groin injury - Blueshirt Banter
Nash just can’t catch a break this month.

The Game That Never Happened: Carolina Hurricanes Didn’t Beat or Fall to the Detroit Red Wings - Canes Country
This is the most important thing that you will read today.

Nashville Predators 2, Philadelphia Flyers 1 (OT): Rinne Dominant, Ellis Scores Shootout Winner - On the Forecheck
The Preds win in the shootout for the first time this season

Oilers Vs. Blues Recap: Blues Blow Lead, Water is Wet - St. Louis Game Time
Spoiler: it ends in disappointment...again.

Recap: Anaheim 3- Toronto 2: Carlyle’s Revenge - Anaheim Calling
Carlyle wins his first game back in Toronto and Gibson out duels Andersen.

Top 10 images of 2016 (Puck Daddy Year in Hockey) - Yahoo Sports
Yahoo Sports shows their top 10 hockey images of 2016.

Final Howl

Coyotes adopt more than 100 Valley kids for holidays | FOX Sports
The Coyotes adopted more than area 100 kids for Christmas, from three local organizations --- Southwest Human Development, Child Crisis Center and Department of Child Services.