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Wednesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Capitals championship corn maze

Tyler Seguin wishes he could have an extension by now, Martin Brodeur won’t be back with the St Louis Blues, and a Capitals corn maze.

2018 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Five Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes Player Spotlight; Christian Fischer - Howlin Hockey
With a young and rising Arizona Coyotes team on the move, Coyotes forward Christian Fischer should be a player to watch for next season

2017-18: A tale of two Coyotes - Five For Howling
To paraphrase an infamous beginning, it was the worst of times and it was the best of times. That makes it worth analyzing.

‘Yotes Notes: Informal skates add new arrivals, including Zbynek Michalek - Arizona Sports
The numbers at the Coyotes’ informal skates are swelling. Notable arrivals include forwards Derek Stepan, Michael Grabner, Christian Fischer and defenseman Jordan Oesterle.

The East

Defenceman Jason Garrison Signs A PTO With The Oilers - The Copper & Blue
Left shot rearguard looks to land roster spot in Edmonton

Tyler Seguin “Disappointed” Not to Have Extension Signed Yet: What’s Going on Here? - Defending Big D
Where does the leverage really lie in a deal the Stars can’t afford not to make?

Report: Martin Brodeur not returning to Blues’ front office - St. Louis Game Time
His contract was up in June.

The West

Early look: who could be the best NHL trade deadline pickups of 2019? - PensBurgh
Assessing team needs and potential league-wide options for the next NHL deadline.

Mats Zuccarello: Making The Case For and Against Him Being New York Rangers Next Captain - Blueshirt Banter
My friend, you bow to no one.

Report: Capitals sign Sergei Shumakov, a top 20 point-scorer from the KHL (Updated) - Russian Machine Never Breaks
According to a Russian report (proceed with caution) by NHL.com’s Pavel Lysenkov, the Washington Capitals have signed KHL forward Sergei Shumakov to a one-year contract worth $925k.

Hayley Wickenheiser is a perfect hire by Maple Leafs - The Ice Garden
Canadian icon breaks barriers as new Assistant Director of Player Development in Toronto

Final Howl

There is a second Capitals Stanley Cup corn maze for fans to explore this fall - Russian Machine Never Breaks
The maze, located at the Lothian, Maryland site, is part of their annual Fall Festival, which includes hay rides, face painting, and food vendors. According to their website, a date for this years Fall Festival has not been set.