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Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - not quite a comeback

The Pittsburgh Penguins nearly stopped the Tampa Bay Lightning from tying the Eastern Conference Finals, but they were unable to force overtime. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Phoenix’s money dedicated for new downtown arena might not be so dedicated - Phoenix Business Journal
The city of Phoenix is looking at building a new arena for the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and possibly the Arizona Coyotes.

Coyotes' Shane Doan: Will keep playing in 2016-17 -
Coyotes general manager John Chayka explained that there is mutual interest and he fully intends on bringing the captain back next season. "It's just a matter of going through that process to reach a deal."

Analyzing a Potential Datsyuk for Pronger Trade - Winging It In Motown
In a cap world, every little bit helps, but this would truly be a little bit.

Stanley Cup Playoffs News

2016 Eastern Conference Final Game 4: Lightning build big lead, survive rally to even series - Raw Charge
The Tampa Bay Lightning built a four-goal lead through two periods only to see the Pittsburgh Penguins score three in the third. But Tampa Bay hung on to win a harrowing Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Final.

Penguins' Trevor Daley exits Game 4 with lower-body injury (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The Pittsburgh Penguins lost Game 4 of their conference final series 4-3 to the Tampa Bay Lightning and may have lost Trevor Daley for an extended period of time.

Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury replaces Matt Murray during Game 4 -
Marc-Andre Fleury returned to the Pittsburgh Penguins' net for the first time since March 31.

Blues fans: It's not time to panic yet - St. Louis Game Time
It's dark and hell is hot, but there's still sunshine and the Blues aren't done yet.

St. Louis Blues to start Jake Allen in game four because sure, why not - Fear The Fin
Ken Hitchcock is looking to change the momentum in this series. Sure!

News From Around the Hockey World

Report: Pavel Datsyuk signing two-year deal with KHL's SKA St. Petersburg - Winging It In Motown
According to a report out of Russia, Pavel Datsyuk "agreed" to a two-year deal with Petersburg SKA.

Datsyuk’s agent shoots down reported KHL deal – ProHockeyTalk
Pavel Datsyuk's agent says his client still intends to meet with Red Wings management following the tournament and there is no KHL deal.

Do the Washington Capitals Want a Second Chance With Cody Eakin? - Defending Big D
What would it take to Rock the Redhead?

The Final Howl

Shayne Gostisbehere had surgery and now he gets to cuddle with dogs - Broad Street Hockey