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Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - Coyotes acquire Richard Panik

OEL was named to the All Star Team, the Coyotes have trade Anthony Duclair for Richard Panik, and Connor McDavid wants to get rid of offside goal reviews.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes: 2017-18 Season Can Still Be a Net Positive - Puck Prose
The Arizona Coyotes are in last place in the NHL and second place Buffalo has games in hand. Still, this season can be good for the Coyotes. Here's how.

Ekman-Larsson is Coyotes’ All-Star - Five For Howling
The longest tenured member of the Coyotes will represent the team for his second All-Star appearance.

Arizona Coyotes trade Anthony Duclair to the Chicago Blackhawks - AZCentral
The Arizona Coyotes have traded forward Anthony Duclair to the Chicago Blackhawks for forwards Richard Panik and Laurent Dauphin

Sounds like Duclair and Coyotes were both ready for a split – ProHockeyTalk
Anthony Duclair gets a fresh start in Chicago. It sounds like both he and the Coyotes were ready for a new chapter to begin.

The East

Senators defeat Maple Leafs 4-3 - Silver Seven
Ottawa enters their bye week on a winning note

The West

Suter’s wicked wrister lifts Wild over Blackhawks - Hockey Wilderness
The Minnesota Wild recovered from a very slow start to rally and secure two more points in the standings, while giving none to the hated Blackhawks.

Golden Knights defenseman Luca Sbisa to miss 6-8 weeks after tearing ligament in hand - Knights On Ice
More bad luck for Sbisa.

Important Stories

Cale Makar declines Olympic invite - Yahoo Sports
Canadian World Junior star Cale Makar reportedly turned down an invite to the Olympics.

Connor McDavid agrees: Get rid of offside goal reviews – ProHockeyTalk
There has to be a better way, right?

Final Howl

Notable omissions from 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend - Yahoo Sports
Notable omissions from 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend include Vladimir Tarasenko, Freddie Andersen and Jonathan Marchessault.