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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - cashing in

Kyle Palmieri is rewarded for a strong first season with the Devils with a five-year extension, while Jimmy Vesey is slated to receive big money when he officially becomes an unrestricted free agent in August. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Coyotes prospects Strome, Dvorak on verge of NHL leap - Arizona Sports
There is little doubt that Coyotes center prospects Dylan Strome and Christian Dvorak benefited from another year in the Ontario Hockey League.

Coyotes close prospect camp with game-like scrimmage | FOX Sports
Public is invited to attend Coyotes prospect scrimmage at 7 p.m. Friday at Gila River Arena.

News From Around the Hockey World

Kyle Palmieri Re-Signs with New Jersey Devils for 5-year, $23.25m - All About The Jersey
After putting up 30 goals last season, the 25-year old forward will stay with New Jersey for the next five years. This quick post highlights the deal, which is a good one for the New Jersey Devils.

Report: Sabres sent cavalry to meet with Vesey in Boston – ProHockeyTalk
A two-hour meeting, per reports.

Chuck Fletcher’s Next Project Should Be Extending Niederreiter - Hockey Wilderness
Retaining Nino now would be the best timing for the Wild.

Is there any way trading Tuukka Rask could be a good thing for Boston? We investigate. - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Tuukka Rask trade rumors are swirling again - is there any way that a Tuukka trade can actually make sense the Bruins? We try to work out a fair exchange.

Travis Konecny, Travis Sanheim bulking up in hopes of spot with Flyers - Broad Street Hockey
The two Travises know that getting bigger and stronger is key to earning their spots on the Flyers, and both made obvious progress in the offseason.

Mathieu Perreault Signs Four Year Extension - Arctic Ice Hockey
Looks like Jets fans will be getting five more years of MP85.

American Hockey League tightens rules on fighting - Fear The Fin
The slow, quiet death of fighting in professional hockey continues. The American Hockey League introduced new rules about fighting in an attempt to curb staged fighting in particular.

The Final Howl

Can the NHL have 'super teams' like Golden State? (Trending Topics) - Yahoo Sports