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Saturday's Coyotes Tracks - the Sun Belt connection

Two of Arizona's newest prospects were plying their trade in other organizations in the Sun Belt. Learn more about them in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes 21 under 21 - #11 - Anthony DeAngelo - Five For Howling
What kind of player will Anthony DeAngelo become in the next few seasons?

Where Lawson Crouse Fits In With Coyotes - TSS
Lawson Crouse was part of a salary dump trade that may open the door to his chances of cracking an NHL roster this season a little wider.

Roadrunners News

Roadrunners Add Fejes, Cooper and Lotz - Arizona Coyotes
The Tucson Roadrunners, proud American Hockey League affiliate of the Arizona Coyotes, announced today the club has signed forwards Hunter Fejes and Mark Cooper plus goaltender Austin Lotz to AHL two-way contracts.

News From Around the Hockey World

Robin Lehner pulls out of World Cup of Hockey - Die By The Blade
Jhonas Enroth will replace Lehner, who is staying in Buffalo to continue his recovery.

Blues GM: Vladimir Sobotka expected to join team after World Cup - Puck Daddy
Someday, Vladimir Sobotka will return to the NHL and fulfill the year of service he owes the St. Louis Blues following the 2014 arbitration decision that was made a week after he signed with Omsk of the KHL.

On vague remarks tied to contract negotiations - Raw Charge
Is this ominous foreshadowing at play, or simply a public negotiating ploy?

Adding toughness was an offseason priority for the Canadiens – ProHockeyTalk
Andrew Shaw and Shea Weber will punish the opposition.

What to Expect from Eric Staal Next Season for the Minnesota Wild - Hockey Wilderness
The fact is that the Wild will start the season with two possession monsters at center. If Staal can duplicate Koivu’s success with Parise and Coyle, the top six looks good for the Minnesota Wild.

Dylan Larkin’s Reputation-Setting Sophomore Season - Winging It In Motown
Larkin passed the first test with flying colors. It only gets harder from here.

Jared Bednar: Off to a Good Start - Mile High Hockey
Discipline, accountability and a clearer vision might be all that was needed to bridge the gap from where the Avs ended up this Spring and where they ended up two years earlier.

The Final Howl

Zeitgeist: Coyotes to raise banners honoring historic cap hits - Lighthouse Hockey