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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - Desert Dogs earn hockey hugs

A big 3-1 win for the Arizona Coyotes came at the last moment last night. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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A late third period surge carries the Arizona Coyotes over the San Jose Sharks - Five For Howling
Some late third period heroics put the Arizona Coyotes over the top versus the San Jose Sharks.

Quick Bite: Sharks give up late goal, leave Arizona empty handed - Fear The Fin
So much for that three-game winning streak.

Chris Tierney has goal waived off by brutal call - Fear The Fin
Distinct kicking motion. Agree? Disagree?

Arizona Coyotes Devoted To Christian Dvorak - Howlin Hockey
With a huge offseason upcoming and several potential moves on the table, the Arizona Coyotes should be loathe to part with Dvorak in any attempt to bolster the team’s blue line.

News From Around the Hockey World

Jamie Benn Leads Way as Dallas Stars Honor Brenden Morrow, Beat Tampa Bay Lightning 4-3 - Defending Big D
The Stars captain had two goals and an assist while rookie Stephen Johns got his first as the Stars came back in the third.

Brenden Morrow Signs One-Day Contract with Dallas Stars, Retires After 15-Year NHL Career - Defending Big D
The Stars former captain came back to the organization who drafted him to officially end his NHL career.

Nashville Predators 4, New York Islanders 2: Top Line Shines, Powers Preds to Convincing Win - On the Forecheck
Ryan Johansen, James Neal and Calle Jarnkrok all had a hand in a win against the New York Islanders.

Video: This Ryan Johansen goal to the top shelf is pretty nice – ProHockeyTalk
Not bad.

New Jersey Devils' Goal Explosion Blew Up Minnesota Wild, 7-4 - All About The Jersey
On St. Patrick's Day, the New Jersey Devils wore their old uniforms, welcomed a not-so-welcomed old player (Zach Parise), and, wait, what? Put up seven goals to beat a playoff-hungry team, 7-4? Yes. This recap goes over how all that went down.

The NWHL's alleged "dire straits" are actually pretty normal - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The kind of cash flow problem that Rylan mentions in her statement is both typical of youthful startups like the NWHL and understandable given what the public knows about the evolution of the league’s sources of revenue.

Women's Frozen Four Preview - SB Nation College Hockey
SBN's NCAA women's hockey experts break down this weekend's Frozen Four in Durham, New Hampshire.

Sabres goalie Lehner challenged Ben Scrivens to fight next year -
Buffalo Sabres goalie Robin Lehner and Montreal Canadiens goalie Ben Scrivens nearly fought on Wednesday. Lehner invited Scrivens to actually do it next season.

NHL outlines framework for potential expansion draft - USA Today
While the NHL decides whether to add any teams, league has already come up with a framework for a potential expansion draft.

It's time for the Blackhawks and Joel Quenneville to roll out the ideal playoff lineup - Second City Hockey
The Blackhawks need the proper lineup in place set before the playoffs.

Chris VandeVelde may be suspended for elbow to head of Jonathan Toews - Broad Street Hockey
That'll make the lineup decision easier when Jakub Voracek comes back on Saturday.

WATCH: Patrice Bergeron, Bruins speak out in support of Transgender Rights Bill - Stanley Cup of Chowder
"Our team believes that everyone should be treated equally, everywhere they go. Transgender people deserve the same rights as everyone else in our state - and everyone is welcome at a Bruins game."

Canucks' Jim Benning hopes new core can come from down year | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The Canucks have 66 points, nine out of the final Wild Card spot in the Western Conference with 14 games remaining.

ESPN - Q&A with former New York Rangers, Dallas Stars winger Sean Avery
The never dull, always outspoken Sean Avery sounds off on the NHL's old guard, its lack of marketing prowess and, uh, coach John Tortorella.

Jaromir Jagr wants to play until he’s 60, but ‘it may be after that’ – ProHockeyTalk
"The only way you get tired with hockey is when you don’t work hard enough and you play the game and you kind of embarrass yourself."

The Final Howl

Kevin Spacey's custom Florida Panthers Fetty Wap jersey is everything -