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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Goodbye GMDM

The Coyotes have fired General Manager Don Maloney, Ed Snider passes away, and Michel Therrien will be back with the Canadiens next seasons.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes fire General Manager Don Maloney - Five For Howling
Don Maloney appears to be out as General Manager of the Arizona Coyotes.

Arizona Coyotes seeking new leadership at GM after firing Don Maloney - AZCentral
Don Maloney’s tenure was cut short Monday as he was fired as general manager with two years remaining on his contract.

Arizona Coyotes seek 'modernization' of structure with new GM | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: LeBlanc didn’t go into a lot of detail about why the move was made, other than a difference of overall philosophy between the ownership group and Maloney, who just finished his eighth season with the team.

The Arizona Coyotes are betting everything on Dave Tippett - Five For Howling
Dave Tippett's role with the team is poised to expand following General Manager Don Maloney's firing. There will be a lot riding on his decisions.

Falcons News

Coyotes Assign Dauphin, Selleck, Grant & Langhamer to AHL - Arizona Coyotes - News
The Arizona Coyotes announced today that they have assigned forwards Laurent Dauphin and Eric Selleck, defenseman Alex Grant and goaltender Marek Langhamer to the Springfield Falcons, the club’s American Hockey League affiliate (AHL).

News From Around the Hockey World

Favourite Fan Moment of 2015-2016 - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Deryk Engelland didn't score many goals this year but one will always be engrained into my memory.

Western Conference Quarterfinals: Predators vs. Ducks - On the Forecheck
Target acquired.

Devils recognize need to add goal-scorers – ProHockeyTalk
There weren't too many celebrations this season in Newark.

Blackhawks recall David Rundblad, reassign Dennis Rasmussen and Bryan Bickell - Second City Hockey
The Blackhawks are shoring up the blue line ahead of the playoffs

Edmonton Oilers Playing at the 2016 World Championship. Leon Draisaitl Joins The List. - The Copper & Blue
Seven Oilers will be playing at the World Championship this year.

Tributes pour in for Ed Snider - Broad Street Hockey
There's no doubt the man who founded the Philadelphia Flyers was well-beloved.

Blackhawks' Artem Anisimov, Marian Hossa, Andrew Shaw will play Game 1 vs. Blues - Second City Hockey
The Chicago trio will return to the lineup.

The Future is Now: Winnipeg Jets sign Kyle Connor - Arctic Ice Hockey
Folks can end their consternation: the Winnipeg Jets have signed Kyle Connor to a three-year entry-level contract worth an AAV of $1.775 million.

Sabres place Cal O'Reilly on waivers - Die By The Blade
The veteran forward spent more time in the NHL this season than he had since 2011-12.

Tavares, Kane, Ovechkin named NHL’s three stars of the week – ProHockeyTalk
Pretty loaded trio.

So you've been eliminated: Why you should root for the Red Wings in the playoffs - Winging It In Motown
WIIM makes a case for why fans of eliminated teams should adopt them as their playoff team.

Geoff Molson's letter to Canadiens fans is hugely disappointing - Eyes On The Prize
It was a letter with a lot of empty rhetoric, and provided little confidence that real change will come.

Marc Bergevin, Michel Therrien, Geoff Molson end of year press conference quotes - Eyes On The Prize
Management met with the media today to discuss the epic failure that was the 2015-16 Montreal Canadiens season.

Flyers owner Ed Snider passes away from cancer at 83 - Broad Street Hockey
Today, the Flyers announced the incredibly sad news that team founder, owner and chairman Ed Snider has passed away at 83 after a two-year battle with cancer.

The Final Howl

Don Maloney Deserves As Much Credit As Criticism - TSS
Credit Arizona Coyotes president and CEO Anthony LeBlanc for painting a nuanced picture when discussing GM Don Maloney's firing on Monday.