Glendale reacts to idea that Coyotes may move to Phoenix | KSAZ
Demonstrating zero self-awareness, Glendale appears surprised that the Coyotes might want to leave.
Morgan: Robert Sarver's arena plans do not include Coyotes - Arizona Sports
Knowing Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton wants to build an arena, why would Robert Sarver say the Suns intend to fulfill the remaining five years on their lease?
What should Tucson's AHL team be named? - Five For Howling
A new name for Arizona's newest hockey team seems in order. But what should it be?
NCAA Hockey News
NCAA Hockey 101: Will Canadian school join Div. 1? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The idea of adding more college hockey programs all over North America is obviously an attractive one that's good for the sport as a whole (imagine how well a British Columbia-based program does in recruiting!).
2016 NHL Playoffs: New York Islanders flat in 2-1 Game 4 loss as Florida Panthers tie series - Lighthouse Hockey
The Islanders wasted an opportunity to take control of the series with a disappointing effort in a Game 4 home loss to the Florida Panthers.
Jaromir Jagr doesn’t care about milestones, only the Cup | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: "I want to help, of course. But no one remembers who scored next year. Only the champion," said Jagr.
Capitals vs. Flyers Recap: Don't Call It a Comeback: Caps Fall 2-1 Despite Late Surge - Japers' Rink
The Washington Capitals fell 2-1 to the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday night in Philly, failing to cap off a strong third period rally.
Andrew Shaw's slur sheds light on homophobia in sports - Chicago Tribune
Andrew Shaw is not the problem. The fact he felt he could use that word like it was another four-letter word is the problem.
Andrew Shaw suspended for Game 5 by NHL for using homophobic slur - Second City Hockey
Shaw's actions will cost him a potentially deciding game in the playoffs.
Players have power to turn Shaw incident into a positive - Article - TSN
The strongest force in the NHL is the dressing room. There are codes and unwritten laws that players strictly observe or they face consequences and the wrath of their teammates. They are the masters of their own destiny.
Andrew Shaw apologizes, says he has 'no excuses' for using homophobic slur - Second City Hockey
Statements from Shaw and the team.
Breaking down the "Fabbri Crawford Incident" from the 2nd period - St. Louis Game Time
Examining the second period fight frame by frame like it was the Zapruder Film
News From Around the Hockey World
Red Wings recall defenseman Xavier Ouellet from AHL - Winging It In Motown
The Red Wings have recalled defenseman Xavier Ouellet from the Grand Rapids Griffins.
Devils Would Be Smart to Re-Sign David Schlemko - All About The Jersey
David Schlemko was grabbed by the Devils on a bargain contract just before training camp and the move paid off well. With Schlemko hitting UFA again this summer, it makes a lot of sense for New Jersey to keep him around.
Down Goes Brown: Five NHL rules you may not have heard of | The Hockey News
Every now and then, it’s fun to dig into the NHL’s official rulebook and find some of the oddities, quirks and loopholes hidden within.
Dubas: ‘I don’t believe I’m ready to be an NHL general manager’ – ProHockeyTalk
So count him out for the Arizona Coyotes job.
Dale Weise is only worth bringing back under ideal circumstances - Eyes On The Prize
Dale Weise wants to come back to the Montreal Canadiens, but it may not be in the team's best interest
The Final Howl
BarDown: This guy got tired of hearing about the Flying V, so he ruined it for everybody
Apparently the move learned in a children's film from the 90s doesn't hold up.