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Reader photo: Coyote shedding

Photographer David Sams took this photo of a coyote Monday morning at Riverside State Park. The coyote is still in the process of shedding its winter coat, Sams said.

Gary Bettman: NHL board approves Coyotes sale, new arena needed

Alex Meruelo has been approved as the new majority owner of the Arizona Coyotes during the NHL’s Board of Governors meeting. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman also reaffirmed the league’s belief that the Coyotes need a downtown arena for the long-troubled franchise to have a future in Phoenix.

NHL Capsule: Brandon Pirri, Paul Stastny help Golden Knights beat Coyotes 5-1

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Brandon Pirri has had a late December to remember for the Vegas Golden Knights. The journeyman forward had a goal and assist in the Golden Knights’ 5-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes on Sunday night, and has five goals as part of his seven points in the six games he’s played for Vegas this season.

Top 25 Capsules: No. 1 Kansas tops overmatched South Dakota

Dedric Lawson had 16 points and 14 rebounds, Charlie Moore made six 3-pointers en route to 18 points, and top-ranked Kansas pulled away in the second half for an 89-53 victory over plucky but overmatched South Dakota on Tuesday night.

NHL capsules: Coach hit by puck, Flames rout Coyotes 6-1

Noah Hanifin and Mark Jankowski each scored twice, former Coyotes goalie Mike Smith just missed his 38th career shutout and the Calgary Flames routed Arizona 6-1 on Sunday. Smith, making his first start in five games, made 28 saves in his first win since Nov. 1. Calgary led 6-0 before Clayton Keller scored for Arizona with 6:16 remaining.

Coyotes sign Christian Dvorak to 6-year contract extension

The Arizona Coyotes have signed center Christian Dvorak to a six-year contract extension averaging $4.45 million per year. The deal will keep Dvorak in Arizona through 2024-25. The 22-year-old Dvorak was Arizona’s third-leading goal scorer with 15 last season and fifth in points with 37.

Coyotes to retire Shane Doan’s number in February

The Arizona Coyotes will retire former captain Shane Doan’s number during a pregame ceremony on Feb. 24. Doan will have his No. 19 retired before the Coyotes face the Winnipeg Jets, joining former Coyotes players Keith Tkachuk, Jeremy Roenick and Teppo Numminen in the franchise’s ring of honor. Former Winnipeg players Bobby Hull, Thomas Steen and Dale Hawerchuk also are in the Coyotes’ ring of honor.