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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - the price is wrong

The St. Louis Blues may have asked for a bit too much in order to trade Kevin Shattenkirk. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes Draft Party Was Once Again A Hit - Five For Howling
Over the last three years the Coyotes have hosted their draft party at Gila River Arena, once again it was a success.

Coyotes Hoping DeAngelo Rewards Their Risk-Taking - TSS
With right-handed defenseman Michael Stone still rehabbing after ACL and MCL surgery, there’s a chance DeAngelo could even get a look early in the season, depending on the Coyotes’ other moves this summer.

High praise given to Arizona Coyotes for draft - Arizona Sports
The 2016 NHL Draft concluded Saturday and the results are in.

News From Around the Hockey World

Report: Blues requested Red Wings Dylan Larkin in trade for Kevin Shattenkirk - Winging It In Motown
Reports had surfaced on Sunday out of the Free Press that when the Red Wings inquired on defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk, the St. Louis Blues’ asking price was forward Dylan Larkin.

Report: Canucks Reach Out to Four UFA Forwards - Nucks Misconduct
The four are Mikkel Boedker, Loui Eriksson, Darren Halm, and Andrew Ladd.

Scottsdale's Auston Matthews crowned NHL's next star -
After being crowned the NHL’s most promising prospect only days ago, Scottsdale native Auston Matthews is now one of the most celebrated in all of hockey.

Report: Habs, Andrew Shaw close to six-year contract - Eyes On The Prize
That's a lot of term.

Report: Alexander Radulov will not be joining the Red Wings - Winging It In Motown
Inland Russia is apparently better than Detroit.

Blackhawks won't re-sign Michael Leighton, per report - Second City Hockey
The AHL all-time shutout leader will hit free agency July 1.

The Final Howl

‘I was hoping it wouldn’t be this emotional’: Former GM McPhee watches his son get drafted on Saturday – ProHockeyTalk