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Thursday's Coyotes Tracks - Capitals facing elimination

The Pittsburgh Penguins are up 3-1 against the Washington Capitals, the Anaheim Ducks tied their series against the Edmonton Oilers, and looking at the Coyotes in World Championship.

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Coyotes News

2017 IIHF Men’s World Championship: Coyotes Primer - Five For Howling
It’s time for the Men’s World Championship and here’s what you need to know as a Coyotes fan.

Coyotes COO Ari Segal leaves organization — less than a year after being hired | ProHockeyTalk
Majority owner Andrew Barroway: "Ari felt that it was time to move on to his next challenge."

News From Around the Hockey World

Evander Kane’s trespassing, harassment charges dropped | ProHockeyTalk
Stemming from an alleged incident last summer.

Red Wings Hire Adam Nightingale as Assistant Coach/Video - Winging It In Motown
Michigan Native Spent 2016-17 Season with Sabres; Currently Working on Jeff Blashill’s Team USA Staff at World Championship

Sabres ‘close’ to hiring GM, and Botterill looks like the favorite | ProHockeyTalk
Reports suggest he's been interviewed twice already.

Michael McNiven named the OHL goaltender of the year - Eyes On The Prize
The Habs prospect takes home the top goalie honours in the Ontario Hockey League

Scott Darling Trade: What to Expect from the former Chicago Blackhawk with the Carolina Hurricanes - Canes Country
Comparing Scott Darling to a trio of former backups turned starters could be an indicator of what we’ll see from the Canes’ newest player.

Game 4 Recap: BURY NISKANEN! Pens find a way to win - PensBurgh
It wasn't pretty but it sort of was. The Washington Capitals flex their muscle on the undermanned Pittsburgh Penguins but the Pens find a way to win Game 4 and take a 3-1 series lead.

Round 2 - Game 4 - Ducks @ Oilers RECAP: NOT 3 ON 3 IS AMAZING - Anaheim Calling
Ducks tie up the series with a massive overtime win.

Max Friberg moves back to Sweden - Eyes On The Prize
The IceCaps captain signs with Frölunda

Final Howl

Jeremy Jacobs’ olympics comments are just as Jeremy Jacobs as you’ll get - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Jeremy Jacobs said a condescending rich person thing about an international competition that could grow the game because of course he did