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Tuesday's Coyotes Tracks - Penguins Tie it Up

The Pittsburgh Penguins tied their series against the Ottawa Senators, a street will be named after Ed Snider, and Dylan Strome and the Erie Otters win the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

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Coyotes News

Player Grades 2017: Shane Doan - Five For Howling
How did the Captain fair in his 21st season with the team?

Prospect Report: Erie Otters advance to Memorial Cup - Five For Howling
Arizona Coyotes prospect, captain Dylan Strome and the Erie Otters win J. Ross Roberston Cup

News From Around the Hockey World

Report: Panthers to interview Reirden for head coaching gig | ProHockeyTalk
Also believed to be a candidate for the Buffalo job.

Winnipeg Jets Sign Sami Niku - Arctic Ice Hockey
The Jets sign the Finnish defensive prospect to an entry level contract.

Report: Ex-Sens forward Da Costa drawing NHL interest | ProHockeyTalk
Has spent the last three years with KHL powerhouse CSKA Moscow.

Should Stars Consider Ilya Kovalchuk? - Defending Big D
Former All-Star could add depth, scoring to lineup if he returns to NHL

Tampa Bay Lightning sign Taylor Raddysh to ELC - Raw Charge
The OHL Champion signs with the big club ahead of the Memorial Cup.

Caps GM not ready to meet media yet | ProHockeyTalk
Brian MacLellan wants to complete a "thorough evaluation" of the team first.

South Philadelphia street to be named after Ed Snider - Broad Street Hockey
It’s right next to the Wells Fargo Center and it will be named "Ed Snider Way".

Furies Forward Kelly Terry Announces Retirement - The Ice Garden
The All-Star forward has decided to hang up her skates after three years in the CWHL.

Predators avoid Johansen-Kesler drama, but can’t deny bad blood | ProHockeyTalk
It may only escalate as the series goes along.

Game 2 Recap: Phil Kessel's goal pushes Pens past Sens - PensBurgh
The Penguins win 1-0 on the strength of a 3rd period goal from Phil Kessel. Series is now tied at 1 game a piece.

Final Howl

Watch: Italy’s awful own goal at Worlds | ProHockeyTalk
That's unfortunate.