Shane Doan will return if the Coyotes will have him - Arizona Sports
Shane Doan told NHL Network's "NHL Tonight" on Friday that he would come back for another season if the Arizona Coyotes would have him.
Coyotes Can Benefit From New Management Structure - TSS
Once that piece is in place, the full spectrum of who does what–and what kind of influence they’ll have–will become clearer.
John Chayka named Arizona Coyotes GM - ESPN
The Coyotes made a flurry of changes to their front office, but none was bigger than naming 26-year-old John Chayka their new GM.
Arizona Coyotes Player Grades: Mikkel Boedker - Howlin' Hockey
The Arizona Coyotes traded away one of their favorite sons in February when winger Mikkel Boedker was shipped to the Colorado Avalanche for prospects and Alex Tanguay.
2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 2, Game 4: Lightning hold on for 2-1 overtime win against Islanders - Raw Charge
Nikita Kucherov and Jason Garrison came up big for the Bolts, pushing them to a second consecutive overtime win and a 3-1 series lead.
The Islanders had to use their backup goaltender because their starter lost his skate blade - SBNation.com
Thomas Greiss had an equipment malfunction at the complete wrong time.
Not Dead Yet - Japers' Rink
The Caps are down. They're not out. And nothing's over until it's over.
News From Around the Hockey World
Kings' offseason hinges on Lucic contract, Brown decision | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Lucic has said he and the Kings are "in the same area code" and Lombardi didn’t discount this notion.
Jamie Benn Named Finalist For Ted Lindsay Award - Defending Big D
The Ted Lindsay is voted on by members of the National Hockey League Players Association, awarded to the most outstanding regular season player in the league. Dallas Stars Captain Jamie Benn is a finalist for the award for the second year in a row.
Oilers apologize to former player who is, in fact, ‘alive and well’ – ProHockeyTalk
This stems from an error made when the Oilers organization bid farewell to Rexall Place.
Blackhawks' free agent target Drake Caggiula of North Dakota signs with Oilers - Second City Hockey
The 2016 NCAA Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player will head to Edmonton.
The Final Howl
Calgary Flames Foundation Helps Fort McMurray - Matchsticks and Gasoline