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There has been a large amount of speculation recently about the future of Keith Yandle. Swirling with rumours of potential ownership and perhaps even more potential relocation next season, the two big names of the Coyotes have been in flux. Shane Doan and his UFA adventure...set to end July 9th with the decision of Jamieson and the City of Glendale; and Keith Yandle. I’d like to try to give...
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