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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - Nail wants out

Nail Yakupov has had enough of Edmonton. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Coyotes Welcome Twins at Annual Team Photo Shoot - Arizona Coyotes - Features
The Coyotes hosted two very special guests from HopeKids at Friday’s practice and invited them to participate in the annual team photograph.

Claude Giroux 'fine' after hit in Arizona; no hearings to come to Martin Hanzal or Radko Gudas - Broad Street Hockey
The early reports on Claude Giroux after being on the wrong end of a dangerous hit yesterday are positive, while no supplementary discipline is expected for either team following a bit of an ugly affair all-around.

News From Around the Hockey World

Chicago Blackhawks clinch 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs spot - Second City Hockey
Chicago will play in the postseason for the eighth consecutive season.

WATCH: Andrew Ladd scores late, Blackhawks clinch playoff spot -
The Chicago Blackhawks clinched a playoff spot thanks to a late game-winning goal from Andrew Ladd.

Eric Staal doesn't need both hands on his stick to score a goal -
The Rangers newest acquisition is asserting himself early.

Wisconsin to hire Tony Granato as next head coach: Report | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Tony Granato, 51, is currently an assistant coach with the Detroit Red Wings. He played four years at Wisconsin from 1983-84 through 1986-87.

2016 NCAA hockey tournament scores and bracket: Denver, Quinnipiac punch tickets to Frozen Four -
The Frozen Four is set.

Can the high scoring Blues keep this going? - St. Louis Game Time
With a month long of high scoring and great goaltending, how much longer can the St. Louis Blues maintain these results?

Chris Neil and Dave Cameron weren’t on the same page after blowing three-goal lead – ProHockeyTalk
The Sens forward thought his teammates were "cheating" when they went up big.

Oilers' Nail Yakupov reportedly asked for a trade before this year's deadline -
The No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NHL Draft is looking to get out of Edmonton.

The Final Howl

So Long, and Thanks for All the Catfish - On the Forecheck
You'll all be missed.