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Thursday's Coyotes Tracks - Yotes Make Minor League Trades

The Coyotes have two trades involving Roadrunner players,Ken Hitchcock was fired by the St Louis Blues, and Jarome Ignila wants out of the Colorado Avalanche.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes trade Justin Peters, Justin Hache to Dallas Stars - Five For Howling
The Coyotes make a move to solidify their goaltending roles while adding forward depth.

Arizona Coyotes trade Henrik Samuelsson to Edmonton Oilers - Five For Howling
The Coyotes make another minor league move.

Oilers and Coyotes Swap Memorial Cup Oil Kings - The Copper & Blue
Moroz for Samuelsson provides fresh start

News From Around the Hockey World

Brad Marchand avoids NHL discipline for Anton Stralman trip (Video) - Yahoo Sports
Brad Marchand was able to attend NHL All-Star Weekend after receiving only a $10,000 fine for a trip on Niklas Kronwall of the Detroit Red Wings last week. One game back after spending the weekend in Los Angeles and the Boston Bruins forward nearly found himself in hot water again.

Emotional Armstrong Claims Responsibility - St. Louis Game Time
Mike Yeo suggests incremental changes coming, rather than dramatic upheaval

Daniel Carr reassigned to the IceCaps of the AHL - Eyes On The Prize
The versatile winger will join the IceCaps

Kings Waive Defenseman Tom Gilbert - Jewels From The Crown
This after placing Matt Greene on injured reserve.

If Hammond is healthy, give him a go - Silver Seven
With Condon’s recent play, the Hamburglar deserves a look

Picking up where Hitchcock left off. - St. Louis Game Time
Both Ken Hitchcock and Jim Corsi have been fired, with Mike Yeo being promoted to head coach.

Golden Knights president on team business; NBA vs. NHL; Raiders in Vegas (Q&A) - Yahoo Sports
There’s a lot happening in the life of Vegas Golden Knights president Kerry Bubolz.

Jarome Iginla hopes for trade out of Colorado: 'I'd like to be in playoffs' - Yahoo Sports
The 39-year-old future Hall of Fame forward has been around long enough to know that aging players on rebuilding groups generally get dealt to playoff-bound teams looking to muscle up for a run.

Monahan Scores 2, Flames Scorch Wild - Matchsticks and Gasoline
The Flames ran away in the third period

Final Howl

NHL announces plans for 'Hockey Is For Everyone' month - Yahoo Sports
In February the NHL, NHLPA and NHL member clubs will focus on the inclusive nature of their game in the "Hockey Is For Everyone Month" initiative, the league announced Wednesday.