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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - NHL will not be at the Olympics

The NHL announced they will not be sending players to the Olympics, Oliver Ekman-Larsson will miss the rest of the season due to the death of his mother, and FFH has a new editor.

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Coyotes News

Oliver Ekman-Larsson takes leave of absence - Five For Howling
Oliver Ekman-Larsson will miss the last three games of the season due to the death of his mother.

From the editor’s desk: farewell - Five For Howling
After 2+ years, Brendan is stepping away.

Welcome to Five For Howling: under new management - Five For Howling
As Brendan steps down, Sarah will be taking the reigns as managing editor.

News from Around the Hockey World

Joel Quenneville says he’ll try to help Artemi Panarin reach all his bonuses - Second City Hockey
The winger needs to finish top 10 in points to get a big check.

Auston Matthews becomes top rookie scorer in Maple Leafs history - Yahoo Sports
Scottsdale native Auston Matthews has officially put together the best rookie season in Maple Leafs history.

McAvoy shows ‘poise’ in AHL debut | ProHockeyTalk
The NHL option remains open.

NHLPA calls NHL's 2018 Olympic decision 'shortsighted' - Yahoo Sports
The NHL Players’ Association slammed the league’s Monday announcement that it will not shut down for two weeks next season to participate in the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics.

NBC Sports issues statement on NHL’s Olympic decision | ProHockeyTalk
Following news that the league won't participate in South Korea.

Hockey world reacts to NHL's decision to skip Olympics - Yahoo Sports
The NHL announced Monday it will not participate in the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. In explaining its decision, the NHL said its teams were adamantly opposed to disrupting the 2017-18 season to accommodate participation.

Recap: The Sabres are bad and you should feel bad - Die By The Blade
Stop reading now.

Evgeny Svechnikov Makes NHL Debut, Wins Game in Shootout - Winging It In Motown
Tonight’s game was the first of a home-and-home series against the "most-likely playoff bound" Ottawa Senators.

Final Howl

Plane flies banner above Panthers’ arena calling for coach’s dismissal (Photo) - Yahoo Sports
It hasn’t been the best season for the Florida Panthers. An early slump, coupled with injuries to Jonathan Huberdeau and Aleksander Barkov played a factor in head coach Gerard Gallant’s firing and will end with the franchise in a familiar place: missing the playoffs.