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Thursday’s Coyotes Tracks - Tom Wilson Suspended

Tom Wilson has been suspended for 3 games, Adin Hill has been great in Tucson, and Daniel Carcillo will donate his brain after he dies.

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Coyotes News

Roadrunners’ Adin Hill is playing the part of Coyotes’ goalie of the future - Arizona Sports
At the moment, the expected goalie of the future is 2015 third-round pick Adin Hill, the starter for the Coyotes’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Tucson Roadrunners.

2018 NHL mock draft: Arizona Coyotes draft Brady Tkachuk at No. 5 - AZCentral
The Coyotes draft the son of a former player in azcentral sports' first NHL mock draft.

The East

Tom Wilson suspended for three games for his hit on Zach Aston-Reese - PensBurgh
The Capitals winger has received his punishment from the league for the hit in the game on Tuesday night

The NHL taught Tom Wilson to hit players in the head without consequences - Pension Plan Puppets
It’s not a case of Player Safety dropping the ball; the system is working as intended.

The Rangers have signed winger UFA Michael Lindqvist - Blueshirt Banter
Jeff Gorton is making moves

Montreal Canadiens sign Lukas Vejdemo to entry-level contract - Eyes On The Prize
The Swedish forward made strides this season

Capitals sign prospect Juuso Ikonen to two-year, two-way contract - RMNB
Wednesday afternoon, the Capitals announced that they have signed forward Jusso Ikonen to a two-year, two-way contract.

The West

Sharks’ Vlasic is limiting Las Vegas’ top forwards - Fear The Fin
Perhaps I didn’t have to tell you that.

dallas stars head coach candidates nhl head coaching jobs favorites new york rangers - Defending Big D
It’s a new and different direction, one plenty of fans in Dallas are happy to see.

Former Blackhawk Daniel Carcillo pledges to donate his brain to Carrick Institute - Second City Hockey
He wants his brain "to be used for study and furthering understanding of the consequences of traumatic brain injury."

Peter Chiarelli Does Not Have A Fundamental Grasp On How To Manage His Team’s Salary Cap - The Copper & Blue
A story of two goalies, two different teams, in two days.

Colorado Avalanche sign Pavel Francouz, take stab at European market - Mile High Hockey
Avalanche bring in the Czech Republic’s Olympic goaltender

Minnesota Wild sign Dmitry Sokolov, 3 others - Hockey Wilderness
A round-up of prospect signings from this past week.