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The Coyotes lead NHL teams in PPP's Top 60 prospects, the Roadrunners have their GM, and the ASU Desert Hockey Classic will be in Prescott Valley this year.

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Coyotes News

2016 Top 60 Drafted NHL Prospects Ranking - Pension Plan Puppets
The Coyotes lead all NHL teams with 7 players in the Top 60.

Coyotes captain Shane Doan responds to radio host's attack - Arizona Sports
On Jeremy Roenick's podcast, Shane Doan responds to a Toronto radio host's criticism about his decision to re-sign with the Arizona Coyotes.

Roadrunners News

Coyotes hire ‘extremely knowledgeable’ Soetaert as AHL GM – ProHockeyTalk
"He is well-respected throughout the league and we are confident that he is an ideal fit for our team."

Roadrunners Name Soetaert as General Manager - Arizona Coyotes
Arizona Coyotes General Manager John Chayka announced today that the Coyotes have named Doug Soetaert as the General Manager of the Tucson Roadrunners, the club’s American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate.

ASU Hockey News

ASU hockey tournament moving to Prescott Valley - AZCentral
ASU Desert Hockey Classic moving to Prescott Valley Event Center on Dec. 30-31

News From Around the Hockey World

Mikhail Grigorenko signs with the Avalanche for one-year $1.3M - Mile High Hockey
The young Russian re-signs and gives himself an opportunity to earn a bigger contract after next season.

Marlies Sign Tony Cameranesi and William Corrin - Pension Plan Puppets
The Toronto Marlies signed a pair of Minnesota-Duluth products today: centre Tony Cameranesi and defenceman William Corrin.

Red Wings Dylan Larkin ran a hockey camp in his hometown because he is awesome - Winging It In Motown
While he isn't training for his upcoming sophomore NHL season, Red Wings youth-phenom Dylan Larkin is going back home to give back to his community.

Is Lamoriello acting ‘foolish’ in negotiations with Matthews? – ProHockeyTalk
At least one "NHL source" thinks so.

Report: One of NCAA hockey’s most storied rivalries is going to Vegas – ProHockeyTalk
North Dakota and Minnesota will play in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game in October 2018.

2015-16 Sharks Season in Review: Matt Tennyson - Fear The Fin
Finishing up with the now ex-San Jose Shark

Here’s Chris Kreider’s Arbitration Salary Request - Blueshirt Banter
Chris Kreider is scheduled for an arbitration hearing on Friday. Hopefully the two sides don’t get there, but since there isn’t a deal yet both parties need to submit their salary demands.

Les Canadiennes season review: Kim Deschênes - Eyes On The Prize
The sophomore slump didn’t affect the Canadiennes 2014 1st round pick

Mika Zibanejad is looking forward to joining the Rangers - Blueshirt Banter
Or, in his words, "a historic and first class organization."

Who's going to protect Artemi Panarin? Artemi Panarin is - Second City Hockey
As part of his off-season adventures, he's taking up Thai boxing.

Avalanche Announce ECHL Affiliation with Colorado Eagles - Mile High Hockey
The Avs’ second farm team will now be just up the road.

Report: Rangers’ Kreider asks for $4.75 million in arbitration – ProHockeyTalk
The two sides are also trying to work on a long-term contract extension.

Down Goes Brown: Five expected off-season moves that haven’t happened yet | The Hockey News
There are still a few things that will probably happen this off-season.

Two-time Cup winner Brad Richards retires after 15 years – ProHockeyTalk
Richards played more than 1,000 games and scored nearly 300 goals in the NHL.

Determining the worst trade in Canadiens history - Eyes On The Prize
The Canadiens have made some bad trades over the years, but which one stands out as the worst?

The Final Howl

John Tortorella, Killorn's contract and McPhee's managing (Puck Daddy Countdown)
Note: The column formerly known as the Puck Daddy Power Rankings.