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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - Darcy Regier leaves for personal reasons

Darcy Regier will be leaving the Coyotes organization, the players are concerned about escrow, and the tragic passing of a young Russian hockey player.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes penalty kill goes from bad to worse to incredibly awful in 6-2 loss - Five For Howling
The Coyotes surrendered three power play goals in a brutal 6-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night.

RECAP: Kings Destroy Fake Team - Jewels From The Crown
The Kings were a 23-man wrecking ball and the Coyotes were a dilapidated building.

Tippett at 1,000 games: It's still a lot of fun | FOX Sports
Dave Tippett will become the 24th coach in NHL history to coach 1,000 games on Tuesday night vs. the Kings.

Assistant GM Darcy Regier leaving Arizona Coyotes for personal reasons | AZCentral
Coyotes Assistant General Manager Darcy Regier is leaving the organization for personal reasons, the team confirmed Tuesday.

Regier out as Coyotes assistant GM - Arizona Sports
Darcy Regier's return to the NHL was a short one. Two NHL sources confirmed that the Coyotes assistant GM will leave the organization after a year and a half on the job for unspecified reasons.

Women's Hockey News

Hockey Canada can't ignore Ann-Sophie Bettez any longer - Eyes On The Prize
Ann-Sophie Bettez is one of the best players in the CWHL, but has not seen a Hockey Canada camp since 2011.

News From Around the Hockey World

Recap: Leafs 4, Bruins 3 (OT) - Pension Plan Puppets
It was 3-1.

Flyers vs Canadiens recap: Overcoming brutal reffing, Flyers trump Habs 4-2 - Broad Street Hockey
A back and forth game all night, the Flyers managed to ride the waves of their penalty kills to a win.

Capitals vs. Panthers Recap: Florida's Five Earn Win in Washington - Japers' Rink
The Florida Panthers got on the scoreboard early and held off Washington's best offensive efforts to earn a 5 to 2 win on enemy ice.

Wild lose 5-3 to Islanders in first game back from All-Star Break - Hockey Wilderness
A week off to forget about Wild hockey sounded great, but when the players turn in that kind of performance, it's tough to not want to forget about it again.

New Toronto Maple Leafs logo revealed - Pension Plan Puppets
Episode 5 of The Blueprint gave us what we've all been waiting for: the Leafs' new logo!

St. Louis Blues 1, Nashville Predators 0: Preds, Snooze Through Game - On the Forecheck
The Blues and Preds sleepwalked through an excruciating performance, but St. Louis snatched the two points away at the last moment.

Veteran EIHL defenseman Rory Rawlyk signed by Solar Bears - Pension Plan Puppets
Rawlyk, last seen in the EIHL, joins the Orlando Solar Bears as a mid-season addition to blue-line offense.

Zdeno Chara has played 30,000 NHL minutes - Stanley Cup of Chowder
He's unreal

Penguins vs. Senators recap: Goals aplenty including Crosby's hatty. Pens win - PensBurgh
The Pittsburgh Penguins set their season high in goals with 6 and win against the Ottawa Senators. See all the highlights, read the analysis and chime in with your comments on the game here!

NHL announces makeup dates for trio of postponed games – ProHockeyTalk
The last day of the regular season is now April 10, not April 9.

Semyon Varlamov Civil Suit Verdict - Mile High Hockey
After five days of court proceedings, a grand jury has finally ruled on Semyon Varlamov's civil suit concerning his 2013 assault and battery charges.

For players, escrow is the ‘highest thing on their radar scope’ – ProHockeyTalk
So says Donald Fehr.

After Canucks drama, Luongo and Schneider happy for their success | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: "Maybe he’s stealing some of Jagr’s magic liquid there. Keeping him young."

Russian prospect Alexander Orekhov, 16, passes away after puck to the neck | The Hockey News
Tragedy has struck the Russian U18 league as Metallurg Novokuznetsk captain Alexander Orekhov has passed away after being hit in the neck with a puck during a Jan. 14 game.

Just how good has Joel Ward been this year? - Fear The Fin
The Sharks have fallen short of their Stanley Cup aspirations before and have paid dearly for it. Is Joel Ward the difference maker they so desperately need?

Yeo met with the Wild’s analytics guys, and it was ‘interesting’ – ProHockeyTalk
There are "areas we have to be a lot better."

Q and A with Shenae Lundberg - Hockey is a Business - TSS
Shenae Lundberg was recently involved in the first-ever NWHL trade, a goalie swap between the New York Riveters and the Connecticut Whale, where she was...

The Final Howl

John Scott receives greatest honor yet: Tribute Snowman (Photos) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Over the weekend, John Scott received many honors. This is one of them.