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Wednesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Looking into the Future

Envisioning the Coyotes in the year 2020, Brian Campbell didn’t receive an offer before announcing retirement, and Jagr is still waiting for a contract.

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Coyotes News

2020 Vision: What the Arizona Coyotes roster will look like in three years | The Hockey News
The Coyotes have been stocking up on young talent for years, and by the 2019-20 season they may finally be ready to break out.

News From Around the Hockey World

Will Special Teams prevent the Winnipeg Jets from making the playoffs? - Arctic Ice Hockey
Can the Jets special teams not be a hindrance this season?

Tomas Tatar Arbitration Ask: $5.3M, Red Wings Offer: $4.1M - Winging It In Motown
As you can see from the headline, the arbitration positions of both Tomas Tatar and the Detroit Red Wings have been reported by Elliotte Friedman

Bruins Return to China - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The O.R.G. Packaging partnership continues with a second trip to China

Retired Brian Campbell says Blackhawks didn’t offer him a new contract - Second City Hockey
Chicago was ready to move on, so the former defenseman was, too.

Report: Rangers re-sign AHL forward Daniel Catenacci - Blueshirt Banter
Mika Zibanejad is now the only RFA that Jeff Gorton needs to sign.

Red Wings re-sign Martin Frk to one-year contract - Winging It In Motown
The Red Wings have re-signed winger Martin Frk to a one-year contract, according to the team.

Sharks re-sign Marcus Sorensen to two-year deal - Fear The Fin
The need for Swede.

Predators Sign Pontus Aberg To Two-Year, $1.3 Million Contract - On the Forecheck
Aberg is back! Another domino falls.

Brian Campbell and his wild salary cap ride into retirement - Puck Daddy
His tale is a perfect snapshot of life in the early days of the NHL salary cap era. How one move can affect others. The perils of a huge contract. And, eventually, how all that money in the bank comes full circle.

Final Howl

Jagr Watch 2017: Where will Jaromir Jagr end up next season? - Puck Daddy
There was perhaps no sadder moment in the NHL offseason than when Jaromir Jagr tweeted out his free-agent lament: There have been no calls to the 45-year-old legend from general managers.