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The Coyotes have a new COO, the Sharks win the Western Conference, and changes coming to the Coyotes AHL coaching staff.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes Player Grades: Shane Doan - Howlin Hockey
The Arizona Coyotes 2015-16 season is complete. It's time to dive into each player's performance and make a final tally.

Arizona Coyotes announce hiring of Ari Segal as chief operating officer | FOX Sports
The Arizona Coyotes have hired Ari Segal as the team's Chief Operating Officer. Segal will report to Coyotes' President and CEO Anthony LeBlanc.

What would trading for Auston Matthews do to the Arizona Coyotes' forward pool? - Five For Howling
As we get closer to the draft, the trade talk has calmed a bit, but it is still not an option.

Coyotes Have Pair Of Big Blue Line Contract Questions - TSS
The Arizona Coyotes lost blue liner Michael Stone for the final few weeks of the 2015-16 season, when the former 69th overall pick went down with a knee...

Tucson AHL News

Arizona Coyotes excited to have AHL franchise close to home - Five For Howling
There are several things the Coyotes will be able to do this year that they weren't able to do before just by having their AHL affiliate closer to home.

Coyotes Announce Departure Of AHL Coaching Staff - TSS
The Arizona Coyotes didn't just miss the postseason at the NHL level during their 2015-16 campaign - the club's AHL affiliate, the Springfield Falcons...

Playoff News

Sharks vs. Blues Game 6: Moving on - Fear The Fin
San Jose will take on Tampa Bay or Pittsburgh in the Stanley Cup Final.

News From Around the Hockey World

Lightning, Crunch enter into affiliation agreement with Kalamazoo Wings o the ECHL - Raw Charge
The K-Wings will provide depth for the Syracuse Crunch and help develop pro talent...

Dean Lombardi Q & A: On Nic Dowd, Kevin Gravel, Michael Mersch & Derek Forbort - Jewels From The Crown
Lombardi expands on Dowd, Gravel, Mersch & Forbort's auditions in LA this year + why Kings development model still works + makes obligatory football and baseball references + talks how Reign/Monsters parallels Kings/Sharks in 2014

Canucks Trade McCann for Gudbranson - Nucks Misconduct
Gudbranson is good. right ? Also, we do a lot of trades with Florida, eh?

Florida Panthers trade D Erik Gudbranson to Vancouver for F Jared McCann; multiple picks involved - Litter Box Cats
Prized forward prospect McCann, picks coming to Sunrise

2015-16 Colorado Avalanche Year-End Review: Chris Wagner - Mile High Hockey
He was a Duck, then he was an Avalanche, and then he was a Duck again. Kafka or Chris Wagner?

What Do The Dallas Stars Need At The 2016 NHL Entry Draft? - Defending Big D
While there are some specific areas that the team should focus on, the Stars will ultimately have a lot of freedom with their strategy at this year's draft

For Don Sweeney's Bruins, it's the ugliest domino that falls first - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The hit-or-miss GM always seems to deliver the bad before the good.

Islanders draft pick Ilya Sorokin named KHL's best goalie, also receives sweet insurance policy - Lighthouse Hockey
Goalie Ilya Sorokin, a third round draft pick of the Islanders in 2014, was named the Kontinental Hockey League's best goalie for the 2015-16 season, and was named to the league's All Star team.

Free Agency Preview: Radim Vrbata - On the Forecheck
He wasn't great last year and he'll also turn 35-years-old in June, but perhaps Radim Vrbata could be that right-winger the Preds need. Perhaps is the key word in that previous sentence.

Looking at Brad Treliving's Moves so Far, Part 2 - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Part 2 of a look at some of the more significant moves Brad Treliving has made so far as Flames General Manager.

Despite Canadian dollar, Bettman still expects ‘revenue increase’ – ProHockeyTalk
But the dip in the loonie may have cost the NHL up to $200 million.

Bruins will be ‘aggressive’ in pursuit of puck-mover – ProHockeyTalk
Expect another busy offseason in Boston.

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: Five best conference finals since 1980 | The Hockey News
NHL fans are starting to get a little bit spoiled when it comes to the conference finals. This year’s two matchups have featured plenty of star power, several close games, and more than a little drama. And for the third consecutive year, both series are going at least six games.