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Monday's Coyotes Tracks - Keller & Fischer impress

Clayton Keller and Christian Fischer both impressed at the United States' National Junior Evaluation Camp. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

U.S. Concludes NJEC with 5-1 Thumping of Canada - SB Nation College Hockey
Coyotes prospects Clayton Keller and Christian Fischer looked solid in Team USA's victory.

Taylor Hall, P.K. Subban lead top 15 impact additions of NHL offseason so far -
The addition of Alex Goligoski makes the list.

Why the Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals and Arizona Coyotes want new arenas at taxpayer expense -
The Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Suns and Arizona Coyotes want new publicly-financed arenas despite the public paying millions for their current ones.

News From Around the Hockey World

The Montreal Canadiens' most infrequent trading partner - Eyes On The Prize
A reverse chronological checklist to discover the team that the Canadiens haven't traded with for the longest time.

How do the Sabres stack up on an organizational level? - Die By The Blade
The Score ranked all 31 NHL teams based on different organizational aspects, and the Sabres finished in the middle of the pack.

The Devils can’t keep wasting Cory Schneider’s prime years – ProHockeyTalk
Cory Schneider has done his part for the Devils, now he needs some help from his teammates.

Vermette Could Be A Worthwhile Addition For Flames - TSS
The Arizona Coyotes' intriguing offseason continued to make headlines last week, as it was announced the club would buy out veteran pivot Antoine Vermette.

David Perron came close to signing with the Canadiens, but chose the money - Eyes On The Prize
According to David Perron, money was what made him choose St. Louis over Montreal.

The Final Howl

Marc-Andre Fleury brings the Stanley Cup to Montreal Children's Hospital - PensBurgh