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Thursday's Coyotes Tracks - Wideman Remains Suspended

Examining the future of the Coyotes, U of A hockey makes it to the post season, and Dennis Wideman's suspension is upheld by Gary Bettman.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes' Martin Hanzal rediscovering early-season offensive touch | AZCentral
Coyotes center Martin Hanzal has five points – three goals – in his last four games, rediscovering a point-per-game pace that headlined his performance through the first month-and-a-half of the season.

Arizona Coyotes: Is Oliver Ekman-Larsson The Captain Of The Future? - Howlin' Hockey
The Arizona Coyotes have the longest tenured captain in the NHL. When Shane Doan retires, will Oliver Ekman-Larsson step up and fill his shoes or will it be.

NHL Trade Rumors: Let's make a deal for Mikkel Boedker - Five For Howling
We talk with Defending Big D about what a potential Mikkel Boedker trade might look like.

Kelowna Rockets Nick Merkley Out for the WHL Season - Kelowna Capital News
Rockets announce that Merkley, an Arizona 1st round draft pick, will miss the rest of the season and playoffs

Upcoming games will shape Coyotes' deadline decisions- Arizona Sports
With 12 days before the NHL trade deadline, the Arizona Coyotes currently sit ninth in the Western Conference and four points shy of the final playoff spot.

U of A Hockey News

Arizona Daily Wildcat :: Arizona hockey earns postseason berth
The Arizona hockey team is headed back to the ACHA Division I national tournament after a two-year absence from the postseason.

News From Around the Hockey World

Blackhawks impending White House visit fuels light-hearted jab at Ted Cruz - Second City Hockey
The Chicago Blackhawks will make their third trip to the White House tomorrow, Feb. 18.

OHL team fires same coaching staff for second time this season | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: For the second time this season, Flint Firebirds head coach John Gruden and his assistant, Dave Karpa, have been fired.

Mismanaged at all levels: Can the Canadiens' organization turn things around? - Eyes On The Prize
Changes are required, but will they take place?

Big things still to come for the Maple Leafs centennial? - Pension Plan Puppets
No draft, no All-Star Game, no Winter Classic. But maybe there's something more than a new logo coming?

Did Ben Scrivens sell goalie interference call on Jarome Iginla? (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Iginla argued the call, and coach Patrick Roy looked displeased in the above video. Iginla eventually got his revenge, scoring his 605th goal of his NHL career at the 16:46 mark of the second.

BREAKING: Dennis Wideman 20 game suspension upheld by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman - Matchsticks and Gasoline
After a lengthy appeal, Gary Bettman finally announced that he has upheld the original 20 game suspension handed to Dennis Wideman.

30 Thoughts: Reeling Canadiens move on from embarrassing loss -
Canadiens coach Michel Therrien ramped up the intensity at practice Tuesday following an embarrassing loss to the Coyotes, the latest on Lightning's Stamkos, Mike Yeo fallout, who could be on the move from Edmonton, and much more in this week's 30 Thoughts.

Down Goes Brown: Five players who were repeatedly traded for Hall of Famers | The Hockey News
With the trade deadline less than two weeks away and the rumor mill churning at full speed, hockey fans are dreaming of all the potential blockbusters that could be on the way.

Karri Ramo out for season with torn ACL - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Brad Treliving announced this morning that the Flames' #1 goaltender Karri Ramo would be out for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL and meniscus damage in his left knee suffered in last...

The Final Howl

The St. Patrick's Day Jersey is here. It's even worse than you think. - Stanley Cup of Chowder