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Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - Chayka looking to lock up OEL long term

The Coyotes are rumored to be looking to re-sign Oliver Ekman-Larsson for 8 years, the Roadrunners have been a success despite being bounced from the playoffs, and Marc-Andre Fleury has been lights out this post season.

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Coyotes News

Coyotes ink center David Ullstrom to one-year, two-way contract - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes signed Swedish center and 2008 New York Islanders draft pick David Ullstrom to a one-year, two-way contract on Tuesday.

Coyotes discussing 8-year extension with Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Sports
The Arizona Coyotes are discussing an eight-year contract extension with defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson that would carry an average annual value slightly above $8 million, sources told

Long-term extension would make sense for Coyotes, Ekman-Larsson – ProHockeyTalk
Could it be an "everyone wins" situation?

Tucson Roadrunners: How Arizona Coyotes built AHL affiliate overnight - AZCentral
The inside story of how the Coyotes' AHL affiliate sprouted up in Tucson overnight, and how its close proximity has benefited the organization.

The East

Capitals re-sign defenseman Aaron Ness to two year, two-way contract - RMNB
Wednesday morning the Caps announced that they have re-signed depth defenseman Aaron Ness to a two year, two-way contract valued at $650,000 per year.

Bruins address Marchand licking, future plans – ProHockeyTalk
Boston’s brass addressed the media on a wide range of issues, including Brad Marchand and his penchant for licking opponents.

Cam Neely is just as fed up about the refereeing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs as you are. - Stanley Cup of Chowder
If you’re annoyed with how refereeing has been this playoffs, good news! You now have something in common with a Bruins great!

Ranking all 16 Toronto Maple Leafs GMs to come before Kyle Dubas - Sportsnet
Just how big are the shoes Kyle Dubas is trying to fill? Here's the definitive ranking of all 16 Toronto Maple Leafs GMs who came before him.

The West

These playoffs belong to Marc-Andre Fleury – ProHockeyTalk
Game 3 of the Western Conference Final was the Marc-Andre Fleury show in every way possible.

Marc-Andre Fleury holds back onslaught, Golden Knights win 4-2 - Knights On Ice
Phew. Currently checking to see if the ol’ ticker is still working.

Final Howl

Caps fan doesn’t let cancer treatment stop her from attending playoff games – ProHockeyTalk
She also got to meet Nicklas Backstrom.