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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Quiet on the Coyotes Front

The Penguins lead the series against the Capitals, Amanda Kessel signs with the Riveters, and the Calder Trophy results. All that and and more.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes Player Grades: Kevin Connauton - Howlin' Hockey
Kevin Connauton was claimed on the waiver wire, and proved to be quite serviceable.

Playoff News

Pens/Caps Game 3 Recap: Murray, Pens hold on for a 3-2 win - PensBurgh
The Pittsburgh Penguins weren't very good, but still escape with a win in Game 3 against the Washington Capitals. The Pens parlay a fortunate start and 47 saves from Matt Murray to win and take a 2-1 series lead.

Will Kris Letang get suspended for his hit on Marcus Johansson? - PensBurgh
Following the big Game 3 win, the Pittsburgh Penguins have a huge cloud hanging over them for the status of their best defenseman Kris Letang, thanks to his late hit on Marcus Johansson of the Washington Capitals.

Enforcer vs Pest - St. Louis Game Time
The difference between Reaves vs Ott.

"Ballsy" Calls in OT, or How Sunday's Overtime Demonstrates What's Wrong With Playoff Officiating - Defending Big D
Letting a circumstance dictate the call is the root of the problem, and the fact that former officials seem to think this is a strength is very worrying.


Kessel Ready To Play Key Role in Riveters' Rebuild - Blueshirt Banter
Already elite, newly-signed Riveter Amanda Kessel declares: "I'm only going to get better."

News From Around the Hockey World

Benning on 2016 draft: ‘I don’t know if there’s a true No. 1 defenseman’ – ProHockeyTalk
Bad news for Coyotes fans.

New York Rangers Re-Sign Antti Raanta (Updated With Terms) - Blueshirt Banter
Raanta will remain with the Rangers for at least another year.

It looks like the Flyers hockey analytics department is growing - Broad Street Hockey
They're adding some database help.

Trotz ‘disappointed’ in length of Orpik suspension, suggests NHL favors Penguins – ProHockeyTalk
Didn't care for Orpik being called a "predator" either.

Artemi Panarin: 'I'll be upset if I don't get the Calder' - Second City Hockey
The young Russian sensation is one of the NHL's top rookies of the year.

2016 World Hockey Championship: Team Kazakhstan preview - Eyes On The Prize
Kazakhstan is looking to put an end to its one-and-done streak in the IIHF's Top Division.

Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere named finalist for Calder Trophy - Broad Street Hockey
Ghost could be the first Flyer to win the NHL's rookie of the year award.

Blackhawks' Artemi Panarin voted 2016 Calder Trophy finalist - Second City Hockey
The 24-year-old star winger led all rookies in scoring, goals and assists this season.

Maple Leafs are good match for Scottsdale's Matthews - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes did not win the lottery for the hometown kid, but Toronto is a good match for Auston Matthews.

The Final Howl

Jo Paw-velski is doing well - Fear The Fin
The Sharks have given us another update on their good luck charm