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Wednesday’s Coyotes Tracks - Alex Galchenyuk’s new house

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New Coyotes Alex Galchenyuk bought an expensive Paradise Valley house, the Winnipeg Jets have extended Blake Wheeler, and Nick Schmidt has been suspended for 20 games for violating the league’s substance policy.

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Coyotes News

Arizona Coyotes' Alex Galchenyuk's $2.7M Paradise Valley home - AZCentral
One of the Arizona Coyotes newest hockey players, Alex Galchenyuk, bought a house in the heart of Paradise Valley that has 7,000 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms. a master suite complete with a den and a backyard pool with a swim-up bar.

The East

Breaking down Dave Hakstol’s performance as head coach of the Flyers - Broad Street Hockey
There’s a lot to be frustrated with, but it’s not all bad.

Is Duchene right in saying Senators could be better than expected? – ProHockeyTalk
Does he have a point?

Brad Marchand remained one of the best, and most controversial, players in the 2017-18 season - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Nobody manages to create so much conversation around themselves like Brad Marchand. For good and for ill.

The West

Vegas defenseman Nate Schmidt suspended 20 games for violating league’s substance policy - Knights On Ice
Vegas’ top blue liner will not be eligible to return until Nov. 18.

Winnipeg Jets sign Blake Wheeler to a five year extension - Arctic Ice Hockey
The captain will spend six more years in Winnipeg.

Former Blackhawks goaltender Jeff Glass signs professional tryout with Flames - Second City Hockey
The 32-year-old made his NHL debut with Chicago last season.

Oilers To Wear “Retro” Blue Jerseys Four Times In 2018-19 - The Copper & Blue
Okay, they’re not that retro.

Colorado Avalanche prospect Nikolai Kovalenko scores first goal in KHL - Mile High Hockey
The 18-year-old Colorado Avalanche draft pick might have a chance at making the big club, furthering his development immensely.

Final Howl

R.I.P., Capitals’ Stanley Cup keg stands? – ProHockeyTalk
Some traditions are just too brilliant to last.