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Tuesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Raanta Ready to Start

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Antti Raanta is ready to be a starter, the lack of NHL Olympics participation contributed to Ilya Kovalchuk staying in the KHL next season, and the creator of “Brass Bonanza” has passed away.

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Coyotes News

Where Are They Now? The retired and non-contracted players of the 2012 team - Five For Howling
Today we look at the players who aren’t playing the game any longer, by choice or by medical need.

Shot Clock: Tocchet a good fit for Coyotes? - AZCentral
azcentral sports' Jay Dieffenbach and Sarah McLellan discuss the Coyotes' coaching situation and the Diamondbacks in our Shot Clock video.

Raanta is ready for the No. 1 job with Coyotes | ProHockeyTalk
He has been one of the best backup goalies in the NHL. Now he gets a chance to start.

News From Around the Hockey World

Report: Sharks Intend to Replace Marleau through Internal Production - Fear The Fin
If you were hoping for a big signing or a Matt Duchene trade, we may have some bad news for you.

Kovalchuk says Olympics was one of main factors in return to KHL | ProHockeyTalk
He will almost certainly be on the 2018 Russian Olympic team.

Oilers Sign Yohann Auvitu - The Copper & Blue
The 27-year-old French defenceman is joining the Oilers’ organization in 2017-18.

Dallas Stars Sign Radek Faksa to 3-year, $6.6 Million Contract Extension - Defending Big D
The Stars young center is on board for another three years as the team nears finalizing its lineup.

Tampa Bay Lighting re-sign Tyler Johnson for 7 years $35 million - Raw Charge
The Lightning have re-signed RFA forward Tyler Johnson for 7 years and $35 million.

Tierney reportedly signs qualifying offer - Fear The Fin
He’ll reportedly return on a one-year, $735,000 deal.

No NHL team benefits from penalties quite like the Sharks | ProHockeyTalk
Some interesting numbers regarding time spent on the power play vs. on the penalty kill.

Final Howl

Jacques Ysaye, creator of Whalers anthem 'Brass Bonanza,' dies at 94 - Puck Daddy
Ysaye, the man who created “Brass Bonanza,” and was also known under the pseudonym of Jack Say, died last week at the age of 94.