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Wednesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Barroway looking to sell 49% stake

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The Coyotes are one of the more improved teams of the offseason, Andrew Barroway is looking for a partner, and offseason transactions.

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Coyotes News

Andrew Barroway Seeking $500 Million Valuation For Arizona Coyotes - Forbes
Andrew Barroway, the owner of the Arizona Coyotes, is looking to sell 49% of the National Hockey League team at a $500 million valuation, according to multiple sources.

Coyotes' Ekman-Larsson embraces ‘face of the franchise’ role - Arizona Sports
Oliver Ekman-Larsson signed an eight-year, $66 million extension, a long-term deal solidifying himself as the staple of Arizona Coyotes franchise.

NHL - Stacking up how all 31 teams improved (or didn't) in free agency - ESPN
The Arizona Coyotes rank as one of the most improved teams of the offseason.

Six early NHL breakout candidates to watch in 2018-19 - Sportsnet.ca
Vinnie Hinostroza has the potential to move up the lineup and do great things this upcoming season.

The East

With Blueger signed, the Penguins’ offseason work is almost done - PensBurgh
With Teddy Blueger inking a one-year extension, the Penguins only have one more restricted free agent left to deal.

William Nylander is the last player who will bite into the Leafs cap space - Pension Plan Puppets
Or so it seems right now. How much will be left over when his contract is signed in case the Leafs want to add another player?

Yegor Sharangovich Signs 3 Year ELC with New Jersey Devils - All About The Jersey
Earlier this evening, agent Dan Milstein stated and CapFriendlyt confirmed that prospect center Yegor Sharangovich signed an entry level contract with the New Jersey Devils today. This post is a quick summary of what this all means and why it happened.

Is Jack Eichel the Next Captain of the Buffalo Sabres? - Die By The Blade
Will the 21-year-old wear the C this season?

Rangers re-sign Jimmy Vesey for two years - Blueshirt Banter
The depth winger has signed a two year contract with an AAV of $2.275 million.

Bridge Work: Pulock agrees to two-year extension with Islanders - Lighthouse Hockey
The Islanders and defenseman Ryan Pulock have agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension, ticking another task off Lou Lamoriello’s summer to-do list.

The West

Golden Knights re-sign Tomas Nosek to 1-year contract - Knights On Ice
The 25-year-old will stand to make $962,500 on a one-way deal.

Sharks place Noah Rod on waivers - Fear The Fin
The Swiss forward is staying home.

Ilya Kovalchuk confident he’s bringing ‘high level’ of play to Kings – ProHockeyTalk
The Kings have been desperate for scoring, having averaged 2.68 goals per game over the last three seasons.

Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: Six times an NHL team had to trade a star and won - Sportsnet.ca
Whether the Ottawa Senators trade Erik Karlsson this summer, during training camp, or some time next season everyone knows this is a trade that has to happen. But by looking back at similar situations, we can find a way Ottawa can win the deal.