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Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - Too Many Cooks

Shane Doan not sure if he will sign this year, Andrew Barroway's purchase apparently because of "too many cooks in the kitchen", and looking at who has and hasn't waived their NMC for Vegas.

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Coyotes News

From The Editor’s Desk: Shane Doan’s Choice - Five For Howling
It’s the time of year where Shane Doan must decide if he is going to keep playing, or hang up the skates as an NHLer.

A case of ‘too many cooks in the kitchen’ led to buyout of Coyotes owners | ProHockeyTalk
So says one of Andrew Barroway's former partners in Arizona.

2017 NHL Draft Profile: Cody Glass (C, Portland Winterhawks WHL) - Five For Howling
The two-way center could be a perfect fit for the Coyotes’ no. 7 pick

Player Grades 2017: Radim Vrbata Comes Home and Shines - Five For Howling
Radim Vrbata came home to the Valley this season and it had a very positive effect on the Coyotes.

News From Around the Hockey World

Dion Phaneuf Expected to Decline to Waive No-Move Clause - Silver Seven
Asked and seemingly answered - Dion Phaneuf will have to be protected

Yandle did not waive NMC, Panthers will protect him | ProHockeyTalk
So much for that bit of speculation.

Could Niklas Hjalmarsson become a Calgary Flame? - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Chicago is in a heap of cap trouble and the Flames have space

Kevin Dean Hired As Assistant Coach - Stanley Cup of Chowder
"We are very pleased to add Kevin to our coaching staff. He's an extremely knowledgeable hockey mind who is deeply committed to the Bruins organization and development of our players."

The Winnipeg Jets sign Marko Dano to a one year contract - Arctic Ice Hockey
The Jets have retained one of the pieces of the Andrew Ladd trade.

Devils GM keeping options open, but expects to keep top pick | ProHockeyTalk
The top pick has not been traded since 2003.

Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: Penguins or Blackhawks, who is the best of this era? -
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks are the two most dominant teams in the salary-cap era, each with three Stanley Cups in this span. But which organization truly has the edge over the other and deserves to be called the best? Down Goes Brown examines.