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Tuesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Danis Zaripov to the NHL

Danis Zaripov may be coming to the NHL, why Will Butcher signed with the New Jersey Devils, and Eric Lindros’ number will be retired.

Russia v Norway - 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images

Coyotes News

Top 25 under 25: Christian Dvorak is just getting started at #4 - Five For Howling
Dvorak’s second season could be even better than his first.

The East

Eric Lindros’ number 88 to be retired by Philadelphia Flyers - Broad Street Hockey
No. 88 is heading where it belongs

New Sabres announce jersey numbers - Die By The Blade
Some older players have made changes as well

How John Hynes lured Will Butcher to Devils - Yahoo Sports
The Will Butcher Derby ended on Sunday, with the NCAA free-agent defenseman selecting the New Jersey Devils as his NHL team and signing a two-year deal. If you’re understandable response to that news was “why?”, Butcher has an answer for you.

The West

The Pominville trade was worse than you think - Hockey Wilderness
By now you’ve heard (since, you know, it was months ago) that Jason Pominville, Marco Scandella, and a fourth round pick were traded to the Buffalo Sabres for a third rounder, Marcus Foligno, and Tyler Ennis.

The Blackhawks didn’t even try to sign Will Butcher, which should tell us something - Second City Hockey
The Hawks must like what they already have in house.

Under Pressure: Mike Smith – ProHockeyTalk
The Flames are counting on him to upgrade their goaltending position.

Brett Kulak Signs - Matchsticks and Gasoline
The defenceman is back on a 1 year deal.

Important Stories

Brittany Ott re-signs with the Boston Pride - The Ice Garden
Ott is back and hungry for a second Isobel Cup.

NHL declares Russian forward Danis Zaripov an unrestricted free agent after beginning doping appeal - RMNB
In July, Russian forward Danis Zaripov tested positive for banned substances and was suspended by the IIHF for two years.