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Sunday's Coyotes Tracks - the next ones to go

After a frenetic day one of free agency, several names who went unsigned found new homes. Details on some of the most prominent in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Jamie McGinn looking to be a leader for Arizona Coyotes - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes' start to NHL free agency was largely about depth, but they did manage to bring in one name who should be able to consistently make an impact.

How did the Arizona Coyotes do on day one of free agency? - Five For Howling
The Coyotes made some moves during the first day of free agency. How did they do?

Coytoes' Shane Doan: 'I'm not going anywhere' - Arizona Sports
Coyotes captain Shane Doan broke his silence on Saturday about the extended contract negotiations between the unrestricted free agent and the team.

News From Around the Hockey World

Colorado Avalanche Sign Joe Colborne to Two-Year Deal - Mile High Hockey
The Avs pick up a big forward with a knack for passing the puck.

Peter Chiarelli and the problem with tunnel vision (Trending Topics) - Yahoo Sports
This is now the second time in just a few years that Chiarelli took a very, very hard ‘L’ in trading a top-two pick in the 2010 draft in pursuit of something he felt his team didn’t have or needed more of.

Canadiens sign defenceman Philip Samuelsson for one year - Eyes On The Prize
The Canadiens have added some depth on defence for the farm team.

Toronto Maple Leafs sign Roman Polak - Pension Plan Puppets
One year deal.

Return of the PAP: Islanders sign Parenteau to one-year deal - Lighthouse Hockey
The Islanders interrupted my weekend barbecue, signing winger and lover of creative profanity P.A. Parenteau to a one-year deal on Saturday.

Anaheim Ducks sign defenseman Nate Guenin - Anaheim Calling
Nate Guenin is back with the Ducks after three seasons in Colorado.

Panthers sign Vincent Trocheck for six years, $28.5M - Litter Box Cats
Flanked by Reilly Smith and Jussi Jokinen for most of the season, Trocheck posted 25 goals and 28 assists in a breakout performance to earn the lucrative new deal.

The Final Howl

'BizNasty' Paul Bissonnette's job search was the best part of NHL free agency -