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Wednesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Derek Stepan has a new house

Derek Stepan bought a new house in Scottsdale, Artemi Panarin talks about being traded, and Simmons thinks Kessel was being petty.

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Coyotes News

Top 25 under 25: Cam Dineen getting stronger every day at #17 - Five For Howling
Injury sidelined Dineen for most of the season, but his smart, strong play keep him high in the rankings.

Coyotes forward Derek Stepan pays $3M for north Scottsdale home - AZCentral
New Arizona Coyotes center Derek Stepan has paid $3 million for a new home in the posh Silverleaf neighborhood of north Scottsdale’s DC Ranch.

The East

Eichel on Sabres: ‘We think we can be a playoff team’ – ProHockeyTalk
At the moment, voters in a PHT poll strongly agree.

The West

Artemi Panarin addresses his trade to Columbus in Q&A with Russian reporter - Second City Hockey
It’s the first we’ve heard from the now-former Hawks sniper

Sharks officially lose rights to pair of former draft picks who played in NCAA - Fear The Fin
Clifford Watson and Gage Ausmus will begin their professional journeys elsewhere.

Scottrade Center renovation heads to court - St. Louis Game Time
The Blues are suing the city comptroller.

Jason Spezza: The story of being perennially underrated - Silver Seven
He’s never been given the credit he deserves as a top talent

Important Stories

Furies acquire Amanda Makela from Montréal - Pension Plan Puppets
The deal completes the Peroff trade from 2015

Report: Marchenko the latest to join Russian powerhouse CSKA – ProHockeyTalk
The Moscow-based club has been loading up this summer.

Report: Devils, Sabres, Vegas in on Hobey Baker winner Butcher – ProHockeyTalk
Talented d-man is ready to hit the open market.

Final Howl

Steve Simmons thinks Phil Kessel is petty for Stanley Cup hot dog photo - Puck Daddy
Pittsburgh Penguins star Phil Kessel performed a championship troll job during his day with the Stanley Cup this week, posing for a photo with the Cup filled with hot dogs.