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Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - Yotes recall Dakota Mermis

The Coyotes have recalled Dakota Mermis, the Sabres officially finish at the bottom of the league, and a Predators fan mailed a catfish to NHL headquarters.

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Coyotes News

Wait till next year: Five NHL teams that will make playoffs in 2019 - USA Today
Historically at least five NHL teams that don’t make the playoffs this season will make them in 2018-19, and the Arizona Coyotes are first on our list.

Coyotes recall D Dakota Mermis from Tucson after Jakob Chychrun's injury - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes recalled defenseman Dakota Mermis on an emergency basis from Tucson after Jakob Chychrun's lower-body injury.

Coyotes need to get Raanta’s next contract right - Five For Howling
After proving he can be a starting goalie in a stellar second half, Antti Raanta is likely looking to get paid like a starter.

The East

Red Wings Assign Svechnikov, Hicketts, and McCollum to Grand Rapids for Playoff Push - Winging It In Motown
In an expected move, Detroit assigned three players to the Grand Rapid Griffins. Forward Evgeny Svechnikov, defenseman Joe Hicketts, and goaltender Tom McCollum were assigned April 4.

Sens top Sabres 4-2 - Silver Seven
The Ottawa Senators prevailed in one of the great Tank Battles of the 2017-18 season

Nylander Doubles Down on Development - Die By The Blade
Alex Nylander has shown improvement from last season and is being rewarded with a late season call up

The West

Blackhawks vs. Avalanche 2018 final score and highlights - Second City Hockey
Duncan Keith scores the game-winner with 8.5 seconds left in the game.

Ducks vs Wild RECAP: PLAYOFF BOUND! - Anaheim Calling
Anaheim has punched their ticket to the playoffs after beating the Wild.

Final Howl

Predators fan drops $140 to ship dead catfish to NHL - Yahoo Sports
Briley Meeks decided to drop $141.75 to buy and ship a dead catfish from Tennessee to Toronto to express her displeasure with the NHL over a call in a Predators game.