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Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - McDavid Gets Paid

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Connor McDavid signed a big contract, the Arizona Coyotes signed Emerson Etem, and the KHL have a bunch of new unrestricted free agents.

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Coyotes News

Meet the New Guy: Michael Latta, the center signing you didn’t expect - Five For Howling
What Latta lacks in numbers, he brings in experience and hard work.

Free Agency 2017: Coyotes Add Depth with Emerson Etem - Five For Howling
The journeyman will use scoring touch, defensive abilities to fight for bottom six spot

Arizona takes one-year flier on Etem | ProHockeyTalk
Former first round pick has bounced around the league over the last few years.

Pierre-Olivier Joseph of Coyotes needs to get stronger - NHL.com
For most people, the idea of eating whatever you want, whenever you want, without gaining a pound is the definition of heaven on earth.For defenseman Pierre-Olivier Joseph it's a temporary source of frustration.

News From Around the Hockey World

What Did the Avalanche Get in Colin Wilson? - Mile High Hockey
The Avs took advantage of their cap space and got a very useful player for next to nothing

KHL team fails to honor contracts, all players now free agents - Puck Daddy
Players signed to the KHL team Dynamo Moscow are now unrestricted free agents.

With the Dust Settled, Where Are the Devils on the Rebuild Clock? - All About The Jersey
Expansion Draft, Entry Draft, Free Agency, Sporadic Trades, and here we are. Now that the most eventful portions of the offseason have ended, what’s the Devils prognosis.

Bruins re-sign forward Tim Schaller - Stanley Cup of Chowder
The Merrimack, NH native played throughout the lineup last season, and his return is certainly welcome.

Three reasons to love Shattenkirk’s contract - Blueshirt Banter
Breaking down the deal that brought Shattenkirk to Broadway.

Down Goes Brown: Five Hall of Famers who had free agency homecomings | The Hockey News
Let's look back at five Hall of Fame stars who chose to return to their former team via free agency, and how those deals worked out for both sides.

Jesper Fast Re-Signs With New York Rangers for three-years, $5.55 million - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers announced that restricted free agent Jesper Fast has extended for three-years.

Lightning re-sign defenseman Jake Dotchin - Raw Charge
Dotchin’s contract is two-year, one-way contract worth an AAV of $812,500.

Bolts get Dotchin under contract, still need to sign Johnson and Palat | ProHockeyTalk
Dotchin, 23, was a pleasant surprise for Tampa Bay in 2016-17.

Alex Galchenyuk signs a three-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens - Eyes On The Prize
After months of trade talk, the Canadiens have their top offensive centre under contract for the next few years.

Leafs sign Zach Hyman to four-year deal - Pension Plan Puppets
Another day, another Toronto RFA inks a deal.

McDavid Signs Long-Term - The Copper & Blue
The Oilers have locked up the face of the franchise through his 20s, with an 8-year, $100 Million contract.

Final Howl

HOT TAKE!!: Connor McDavid Took Too Much Money - The Copper & Blue
Seriously, what a connorartist