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Tuesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Langhamer Re-signed

The Arizona Coyotes have re-signed Marek Langhamer, looking at the expectations for the Dallas Stars next season, and over and underpaid Avalanche players.

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Coyotes News

Report: Coyotes Re-sign Minor League Goalie Marek Langhamer - Five For Howling
Czech netminder returns to organization on one-year/two-way contract

Coyotes sign Langhamer, so only Duclair needs a deal | ProHockeyTalk
He made a brief appearance with the big club last season.

News From Around the Hockey World

Sens sign Johnny Oduya to 1-year, $1M deal - Silver Seven
A veteran add to an incentive-laden deal, Oduya brings added depth to the Sens D corps.

Penguins sign defenseman Brian Dumoulin to six year contract ($4.1 million AAV) - PensBurgh
The Penguins and a key defenseman avoid arbitration and come to an agreement for a new six year contract

Former first overall pick Kelsey Koelzer re-signs with Riveters - The Ice Garden
The Riveters blue line just added a huge weapon.

Where Should Fans Set Their Expectations For Dallas Stars This Season? - Defending Big D
Is it just making the playoffs - or something more?

What does Viktor Arvidsson’s extension mean for Tomas Hertl? - Fear The Fin
Arvidsson’s deal is a possible framework for Hertl’s next contract.

Okposo explains injury, says thank you in letter to fans - Die By The Blade
The Sabres forward explains his injury, recovery, and thanks everyone for their support.

The Most Overpaid and Underpaid Players on the Colorado Avalanche - Mile High Hockey
Who really earned their dollars? Who didn’t?

A Brief History of Mike Cammalleri - Jewels From The Crown
Catching you up on what LA’s surprise returnee has been up to since he left the Kings eight years ago.

Winnipeg Jets sign Connor Hellebuyck to a one-year contract - Arctic Ice Hockey
The assumed back-up goalie will be a Jet for one more season.

Final Howl

Ilya Kovalchuk catches large shark, reaffirms NHL 'dreams' - Puck Daddy
Ilya Kovalchuk will not be returning to the NHL this year but that hasn't stopped the Russian star from making a splash during the offseason.