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Tuesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Lou out in Toronto

Lou Lamoriello will no longer be GM of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ron Francis has been fired as Carolina’s GM, and Tom Wilson will not be suspended.

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Coyotes News

In past 6 years, Coyotes have not benefited from NHL Draft Lottery - Arizona Sports
The NHL Draft Lottery on Saturday produced a familiar result for the Coyotes. They didn’t benefit from it. It hurt them.

The West

Connor Murphy’s polarizing debut season with the Chicago Blackhawks - Second City Hockey
Few Blackhawks have elicited a wider range of opinions than Murphy.

Vegas Golden Knights get redemption, beat San Jose Sharks 4-3 in OT - Knights On Ice
The Knights blew another two-goal lead. This time, though, their game-winning overtime goal stood.

The East

Habs have interesting decision to make with third overall pick – ProHockeyTalk
Should they take the best player available or draft based on need?

No suspension for Tom Wilson for hit on Brian Dumoulin, dman back at Pens practice - PensBurgh
NHL won’t sideline Tom Wilson for his hit on Brian Dumoulin but fortunately the Pens defenseman is back at practice.

Lou Lamoriello will not be Maple Leafs GM next season news general manager - Pension Plan Puppets
The GM is transitioning to a Senior Advisor role as this season ends on June 30; his successor has yet to be announced.

Carolina Hurricanes terminate contract of Ron Francis - Canes Country
Things did not seem to end well between the Hurricanes and their former general manager, and Francis’ tenure with the team came to a swift end Monday.

Report: Maple Leafs agree to terms with Swedish Olympian Lindholm - Yahoo Sports
Maple Leafs have reportedly agreed to terms with Swedish centre Par Lindholm.

Timeline of Lou Lamoriello's tenure in Toronto - Yahoo Sports
A quick look at Lou Lamoriello's work during his three years with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Price: Ready to reset - Montreal Canadiens
Carey Price headed into the offseason with a poignant reminder of what it means to play in Montreal.