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Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - Preseason Win

The Coyotes won the preseason game against Anaheim Ducks, the Scottrade Center has been renovated, and Joffrey Lupul will not seek a second medical opinion.

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Coyotes News

From The Editor’s Desk: Early Takeaways - Five For Howling
It’s the day of the first preseason game, what have we learned from camp so far?

Arizona Coyotes win first preseason game against Anaheim Ducks - Five For Howling
The kids shown brightly tonight, routing the Ducks 5-1.

Who Will Be This Year's Coyotes Training Camp Surprise? - Fan Rag Sports
Craig Morgan looks at some of the dark horse contenders to make the team out of training camp.

The East

Did Yzerman make the right decision to pass on Liljegren? - Raw Charge
The Lightning took Cal Foote, and the Toronto Maple Leafs followed with Timothy Liljegren three picks later.

Panarin trying to ‘find chemistry’ with new teammates in Columbus – ProHockeyTalk
Following this summer's blockbuster trade.

Tampa Bay Lightning cut six junior players from training camp roster - Raw Charge
Six prospects will head back to juniors to start their seasons.

Lupul apologizes, takes ‘full responsibility’ after calling out Maple Leafs on Instagram – ProHockeyTalk
He also won't seek a second medical opinion regarding his failed physical.

The West

Criticisms of Mikko Koivu’s contract extension don’t hold water - Hockey Wilderness
Koivu’s new contract has come under scrutiny, but ultimately was a logical move for the Wild.

A 2018 Calder Trophy Candidate from Every Team in the Pacific Division - Mile High Hockey
A couple of the Calder front-runners will be playing for in the Pacific Division

Alexander Steen injury: hand injury lays key forward up for three weeks - St. Louis Game Time
Make it stop.

Check Out the New Renovations To The Scottrade Center - St. Louis Game Time
Check out the new improvements that the St. Louis Blues have made to the Scottrade Center.

Final Howl

Understanding Brian Boyle’s Leukemia Diagnosis; How Medicine Has Made Continuing in the NHL Possible - Defending Big D
CML has turned from a deadly disease to a manageable, chronic condition over the last 25 years, and Brian Boyle and Jason Blake are some of many benefactors