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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - A Long Weekend

Lawson Crouse hopes he will make it to the NHL this season, news from the World Cup of Hockey, and arena conspiracies that aren't about the Coyotes. All of that and more.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes 21 under 21 - #1 - Christian Dvorak - Five For Howling
The Arizona Coyotes may have gotten away with highway robbery when selecting our panel’s top prospect under 21.

Arizona Coyotes: Domi, Duclair Miss Out On World Cup Of Hockey - Howlin Hockey
Arizona Coyotes young stars Max Domi and Anthony Duclair won't be joining Team North America at the World Cup of Hockey.

Lawson Crouse motivated to make NHL with Arizona Coyotes - AZCentral
The Coyotes’ prospect pool is brimming with skill, speed and smarts, but team brass felt the group could use power forward Lawson Crouse.

News From Around the Hockey World

Frederik Andersen to miss World Cup of Hockey with upper-body injury - Yahoo Sports
Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen is expected to be out next three-to-four weeks with an upper-body injury sustained during Olympic qualifiers.

World Cup of Hockey 2016: Get to know the United State’s Forwards - Fear The Fin
Joe Pavelski, Joe Pavelski, Joe Pavelski

Bruins prospect Senyshyn to miss rookie camp after undergoing an appendectomy – ProHockeyTalk
Boston selected Senyshyn with the 15th overall pick in 2015.

Team Canada’s blue line is under the microscope heading into the World Cup – ProHockeyTalk
Mike Babcock explains why he's big on left-right balance on the blue line.

Report: Islanders-Barclays Center opt-out conditions to fuel two years of conspiracies - Lighthouse Hockey
Newsday’s Jim Baumbach breaks down some very relevant info you should know before the next Islanders relocation rumor pops up.

The Final Howl

What We Learned: If World Cup players don’t care, should you? - Yahoo Sports
In the past week or so, Sean Monahan, Jeff Carter, Tomas Hertl, Radko Gudas and David Krejci have all begged out of appearing in the World Cup.