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Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - The Road Trip Continues

The Coyotes are still looking for their first win in New York City, Vadim Shipachyov will be looking for a trade, and looking at the Rangers asset management.

New York Rangers v Arizona Coyotes Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Coyotes News

When will Coyotes finally win a game? – ProHockeyTalk
Upcoming schedule is brutal for the 0-8-1 team.

Brad Richardson enjoying being back with Coyotes after leg injury - AZCentral
Nearly a year later, center Brad Richardson is back competing with the Coyotes after a gruesome injury interrupted his season and put his career on hold.

The East

Demotion of DeAngelo Exemplifies Rangers’ Bewildering Asset Management - Blueshirt Banter
Tony DeAngelo has played eight of the ten games thus far in the 2017-18 season in a New York Rangers’ sweater; he’s been a healthy scratch twice and relegated to the role of the seventh defensemen three times.

NHL fines Blackhawks’ Ryan Hartman $2.3K for slashing Golden Knights’ Brayden McNabb - Second City Hockey
The fine is the maximum amount the NHL can enforce.

Waive Eric Fehr and keep him: Why would the Maple Leafs do that? - Pension Plan Puppets
It’s all about flexibility.

Ottawa Senators Recall Filip Chlapik and Jack Rodewald - Silver Seven
The two forwards have combined for seven points in twelve games on Belleville.

Syracuse Loans Shane Conacher to Adirondack - Raw Charge
Cory’s little brother is heading to the ECHL for some playing time

The West

Bishop wasn’t too happy about Hitchcock’s decision to pull him during loss to Avs – ProHockeyTalk
"There was no reason for me to come out."

Golden Knights will allow Vadim Shipachyov to look for a trade, per report - Knights On Ice
Well, this keeps getting weirder.

Special Teams Haunts Flames (Again) in Loss to Blues - Matchsticks and Gasoline
The Flames PK struggled again

Final Howl

Arizona sports fans give up, turn Cardinals and Coyotes subreddits into animal forums - SBNation.com
This is the sad state of Arizona sports fans.