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Sunday's Coyotes Tracks - Trouba wants out

Jacob Trouba wants to play somewhere else. Might I suggest Arizona? Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

The Arizona Coyotes should pursue Jacob Trouba - Five For Howling
Jacob Trouba wants out of Winnipeg. The Arizona Coyotes should make it happen.

Fatherhood Has Provided Goalie Mike Smith With Broader Perspective - TSS
Fatherhood has been good for Mike Smith, the man, but fatherhood has also been good for Mike Smith, the goalie.

Anthony Duclair looks to be a leader in year two |
How do you follow up a rookie season where you score 20 goals and add 24 assists?

News From Around the Hockey World

Three's a crowd: Jacob Trouba requests trade - Arctic Ice Hockey
Trade discussions, rather than contract negotiations, have been happening since May.

World Cup Roundup: Third period explosion carries Canada to finals - Fear The Fin
Canada scored three goals in the third period, and dispatched rival Russia to advance to the finals at the World Cup of hockey.

World Cup of Injuries: Matt Murray out 3-6 weeks with broken hand - PensBurgh
Looks like not trading Marc-Andre Fleury this summer has already proven to be a wise call for the Pittsburgh Penguins, as they learned the goalie who played most of their playoff games is injured.

Jared Cowen and Schrödinger's buyout - Pension Plan Puppets
It seems that Cowen both is and isn't bought out, and until you open up the box labelled NHL grievance hearing, you'll never know which.

Brian Campbell enjoying return to Blackhawks -
The 37-year-old Campbell is back in Chicago after spending the last five seasons in Florida, leaving some money on the table for a one-year deal and a second stint with the Blackhawks.

Dylan Larkin Talks World Cup Of Hockey & His Role With The Wings, While Coach Blashill Dishes Praise. - Winging It In Motown
Dylan Larkin feels he has something to prove after returning from a disappointing World Cup of Hockey, but Jeff Blashill has nothing but good things to say about the young rookie.

Ekblad back on the ice for Panthers after World Cup injury – ProHockeyTalk
He was injured while playing for Team North America.

The Final Howl

Why Your Team Sucks: Chicago Blackhawks - Pension Plan Puppets