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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Embarrassment in Philadelphia

The Flyers fans did not look good last night, Luke Richardson leaves the Senators organization, and Christian Fischer scores a goal for the Springfield Falcons. All this and more in today's tracks.

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Coyotes News

Phoenix mayor set to call for a new downtown arena for Suns, Coyotes -
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton is expected to announce Tuesday that he supports pursuing a deal to build a new downtown sports and entertainment arena that would be shared by the Phoenix Suns and the Arizona Coyotes.

The Don Maloney Legacy: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly - Five For Howling
Don Maloney had an up and down tenure with the Coyotes.

Youth vs. experience among roster decisions facing Arizona Coyotes - AZCentral
The Coyotes will have to decide whether to leave room for youth or assign spots to experienced players when planning how best to fill the gaps that exist on their roster this offseason as they attempt to keep their rebuild on track.

Falcons News

Pirates finish regular season with 3-1 win over Falcons - Litter Box Cats
McKenna stops 36 in regular season finale.

Christian Fischer Scores First Pro Goals For Springfield - TSS
The Arizona Coyotes assigned forward prospect Christian Fischer to the AHL's Springfield Falcons after the OHL's Windsor Spitfires were eliminated from the playoffs.

Stanley Cup Playoff News

Tyler Seguin out for Game 3, considered 'day-to-day' | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: After missing a month and returning for Game 2 against the Minnesota Wild, Tyler Seguin will exit the lineup again Monday night.

Bellemare ejected for hit; Flyers fans litter ice with bracelets (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The Washington Capitals held a 4-1 lead in the third period against the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 3, which meant it was time for things to get out of hand.

Sharks vs. Kings Game 3: Sharks fall in overtime - Fear The Fin
San Jose fell in overtime as the Kings got back into the series.

Wild storms back in Game 3 to beat Stars 5-3 - Hockey Wilderness
It wasn't a great start. In fact, you could hear a pin drop just 26 seconds into the game because Patrick Sharp deflected a shot past Devan Dubnyk.

Capitals vs. Flyers Recap: Caps Have Nice Trip to Zoo, Win 6-1 - Japers' Rink
The Capitals ripped Game 3 from the Flyers 6-1 in Philadelphia on Monday, withstanding barrages of ejections and fan debris to take a 3-0 series lead.

Flyers vs. Capitals Game 3 recap: Ugly on the ice and in the stands as Flyers lose 6-1 - Broad Street Hockey
What was expected to be an emotional tribute game for Ed Snider turned ugly in the third period, as Washington scored four goals to win 6-1, while Flyers fans threw objects on the ice in an ugly display of frustration and anger.

Patrick Sharp Explodes For Two Goals To Open Game 3 Versus Minnesota Wild - Defending Big D
The Dallas Stars forward doesn't want you to forget about him at this time of year. He's kind of dangerous offensively.

News From Around the Hockey World

Can the Habs afford to sign Steven Stamkos? - Eyes On The Prize
This summer will see one of the biggest UFA signings in a long time. Meanwhile, the Montreal Canadiens have salary cap space and a desperate need for goals. Could this be a perfect match?

Senators Part Ways with Luke Richardson - Silver Seven
Richardson to pursue other opportunities after four seasons as head coach of Binghamton Senators

NHL offside coach’s challenges must die | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: It’s only taken one season to see what a mistake it’s been.

Canucks Player Autopsy: Radim Vrbata - Nucks Misconduct
December seemed to promise that the sniper had returned. Except he didn't. His season's production was just 27 points (less than half of the happy year total). 13 goals and 14 helpers. Ugh. At least he still liked to share. So there's that.

Source: Las Vegas NHL Expansion Franchise Confirmed, Announcement In May -
A source close to the team has confirmed the expansion announcement awarding Las Vegas an NHL franchise will come within the first two weeks of May.

The Final Howl

WATCH: Philadelphia Flyers, Wells Fargo Center honor Ed Snider - Broad Street Hockey
It's okay if you cried. We all did.