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Wednesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Coyotes Recall Crouse

Lawson Crouse has been recalled by the Arizona Coyotes, looking at the Islanders arena proposal, and low attendance at the World Juniors in Buffalo.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes recall forward Lawson Crouse from Tucson - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes have recalled forward Lawson Crouse from their AHL affiliate Tucson Roadrunners, Coyotes General Manager John Chayka announced Tuesday.

#FSAZ17for17: Domi's new 'do | FOX Sports
Max Domi discusses his short haircut on the first day of Coyotes training camp in October.

The East

Kris Letang, PDO, and the difference between being unlucky and bad - PensBurgh
Kris Letang has had what the stats say is "bad luck". Bigger context of his play shows why goalies aren’t making saves for him.

What winning the Belmont RFP means (and doesn’t mean) for the Islanders - Lighthouse Hockey
Getting the go-ahead to build a new arena could be a game-changer for the team on many fronts.

A lucky fourth line isn’t enough to mask a dismal December - Blueshirt Banter
The Rangers are 6-3-2 in December, but that has more to do with Lundqvist and good luck than solid team play.

Kasperi Kapanen sent to the AHL - Pension Plan Puppets
At least he can watch his buddies at the World Juniors!

Important Stories

Attendance issues plague Canada's WJC 2018 opener - Yahoo Sports
Buffalo was the last place one would expect dwindling attendance numbers, but there were many empty seats for Canada's opener versus Finland.

2018 World Juniors: Canada vs Slovakia — Preview, TV schedule & lineups - Eyes On The Prize
Victor Mete and Team Canada go for a second win at the WJC, as they take on a relatively unknown group in Team Slovakia.

U.S. dominates Denmark to open world junior championship – ProHockeyTalk
The U.S. is seeking back-to-back gold medals for the first time.

Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: NHL Eastern Conference trade grades -
The NHL's holiday trade freeze ends at midnight tomorrow. That leaves the league's GMs with four more days to get any last-minute deals into the "2017" file.