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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - Keller heads to college

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Clayton Keller is heading off to Boston University. More details in today's edition of the Tracks.

Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Coyotes News

Coyotes sign Jakob Chychrun to a 3 Year ELC - Five For Howling
The Coyotes have signed first round pick Jakob Chychrun to his 3 year Entry Level Contract.

Coyotes went the extra mile to woo free agents – ProHockeyTalk
Could they change the perception of the team in the process?

Clayton Keller Confirms He's Headed To The NCAA - TSS
The Arizona Coyotes had three potential paths that US National Development team forward Clayton Keller could have taken this coming season. He chose Boston University.

Michael Stone (knee) is ‘pushing to be ready’ for the start of the regular season – ProHockeyTalk
He had surgery to repair his ACL and MCL.

News From Around the Hockey World

Oscar Klefbom says Taylor Hall struggled against NHL's tougher teams - Puck Daddy
Edmonton Oilers defenseman Oscar Klefbom indicated former teammate Taylor Hall struggled against the NHL’s top teams and compiled his points against the league’s lesser competition.

Avs sign Tyson Barrie to 4 year $5.5M AAV Contract - Mile High Hockey
Elliotte Friedman is reporting that the Avs and Tyson Barrie avoided having to adhere to an arbitrator’s ruling at the very last minute possible and finally got together on a new contract.

Smarter scheduling could help Florida Panthers attendance continue to rise - Litter Box Cats
The Cats have done a lot recently to turn their fortunes around. But smarter scheduling could benefit them and their Sunbelt brethren in the stands for those opponents that just are not an interesting draw, no matter how good they or the Panthers are.

Can hockey survive in the desert? - Las Vegas Sun News
In defiance of its newness to the league and unconventional character, Las Vegas is hoping to be more like sister NHL cities in the northeastern United States.

The Final Howl

Matt Cullen - and his sons - got their time with the Stanley Cup - PensBurgh