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Friday's Coyotes Tracks - veterans report

The veterans are starting to trickle in for the beginning of training camp, now soon to feature Dave Tippett. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Morgan: Optimism for Coyotes is finally well-founded - Arizona Sports
For all the Coyotes' struggles since they moved to Arizona, this year might bring the most reason for optimism.

Coyotes' Kevin Connauton: Dealing with minor injury - CBSSports.com
Connauton re-signed with Arizona after being claimed off the waiver wire midway through the 2015-16 season.

Michael Stone could miss season opener for Coyotes - NHL.com
Arizona Coyotes defenseman Michael Stone could miss the season opener as he continues to recover from knee surgery.

Coyotes' Mike Smith enters season with new mindset | 12NEWS.com
Mike Smith is ready for the new season.

Hill And Langhamer Battling For Spot With Coyotes' AHL Affiliate - TSS
Adin Hill stood tall in net for the Arizona Coyotes rookies in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings rookies.

Women’s hockey growing in the Arizona desert - Casa Grande Dispatch
She’s a member of the first women’s hockey team in ASU history. In 2017, Grand Canyon University will follow suit with its first women’s team.

News From Around the Hockey World

Team USA ends disappointing World Cup with loss to Czechs - Sportsnet.ca
Milan Michalek scored twice and the Czech Republic closed the preliminary round of the World Cup of Hockey with a 4-3 win over the U.S.

Team North America’s run was fun, but now it’s over – ProHockeyTalk
Will they be part of the next World Cup?

2016 World Cup of Hockey: Kulemin, Russia join other Islanders in semifinals - Lighthouse Hockey
Hey, it’s an Islanders blog. Gotta keep it on message.

Team North America Is Probably a Fever Dream, Hopefully a Wake Up Call - Winging It In Motown
The kids of North America are teaching a real lesson to the adults of the hockey world.

How to Handle America’s Performance at the World Cup - Hockey Wilderness
As of last night America is officially unable to advance in the World Cup. This isn’t odd considering how the team was constructed (poorly).

Column - Good On Phil Kessel For Finally Punching Back - TSS
For his entire career, Phil Kessel has been a punching bag for everybody in hockey to take their shots. A lot of it has been deeply personal, and has revolved around his commitment, his fitness, and pretty much everything about him as a hockey player, whether it is justified or not.

Ladislav Smid Not Playing This Season - Matchsticks and Gasoline
His time playing for the Flames is over.

Penguins add Leland Irving on a PTO - PensBurgh
The Pittsburgh Penguins add a little training camp depth, bringing in former 1st round pick goalie Leland Irving.

Comcast now owns 100 percent of the Philadelphia Flyers - Broad Street Hockey
The cable giant has bought out the Snider family’s stake in Comcast Spectacor, the Flyers’ parent company.

The Winnipeg Jets Defence Conundrum - Arctic Ice Hockey
With Jacob Trouba the Jets defence is bad, without him it becomes an unmitigated disaster. Unless he is signed soon, the Jets need to look elsewhere for help.

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown's Grab Bag: 1996 Was a Much Happier Time for USA Hockey Than It Is Today | VICE Sports