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Monday’s Coyotes Tracks - Duclair Signs

About time....

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The Coyotes

Anthony Duclair Signs 1 Year Contract - Five For Howling
With this signing all RFA players are under contract.

The East

Breaking Down the Play: Kucherov tips in Point feed for overtime winner - Raw Charge
With the game winner in overtime, Kucherov got his 38th goal. Breaking down the play.

Shootouts: A Challenge for the 2017-18 New Jersey Devils - All About The Jersey
The shootout was actually not that bad for the 2016-17 New Jersey Devils. However, it will be a challenge for the upcoming season based on what happened then and who is no longer taking shootout attempts on the Devils.

30 Days of Lundqvist: The Day He Threw the Net - Blueshirt Banter
Clearly we're not going in chronological order. But that's kind of fun, right? No? Too bad.

Perhaps the most surprising thing about Henrik Lundqvist hurling his net was that it didn't happen...

The West

Bold Predictions: How many 20 goal scorers for the Colorado Avalanche the upcoming season? - Mile High Hockey
Over/Under four 20 goal scorers for the Colorado Avalanche in the 2017-18 season?

Avalanche to hold 6th Annual giveSPORTS Equipment Drive on September 9th - Mile High Hockey
Come out to the Pepsi Center and donate to the equipment drive

Patrick Marleau thanks San Jose in full page ad - Fear The Fin
Mr. Shark says his goodbye to the team that drafted him and the city he made his home.

Women’s Hockey

‘I think I deserve my spot here’: Melodie Daoust talks Olympics, & CWHL - Eyes On The Prize
After a long road, the youngest member of the 2014 Olympic team looks toward 2018.

Markham Thunder sign free agent Alexis Woloschuk - Pension Plan Puppets
Former Boston University player leaves SDHL for CWHL

The Final Howl

Chicago Blackhawks-like logo boycotted by young player
The Chicago Blackhawks’ logo is one of the most iconic in hockey, as an Original Six team. It’s also a point of increasing controversy, as Native American (and Indigenous Canadian) iconography used for sports teams has been decried and eliminated in the last decade – not to mention the continuing controversy