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Sunday's Dump & Chase: Possibilities

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Max Domi thinks the Coyotes will make the playoffs next year, while the citizenry of Edmonton thinks this is the year that Connor McDavid leads them to the promised land. Maybe they're both right. But who are they knocking out to get there?

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The Predators and Titans have contributed to this drive.

LOOK: Milwaukee Admirals unveil hockey-playing Trump, Clinton bobbleheads - CBSSports.com
Milwaukee always brings it with the bobbleheads.

Maple Leafs' Michalek can help 'show young guys the way' - Sportsnet.ca
As we all know, NHL players under the age of 25 are helpless ducklings.

McCrimmon expected to join Las Vegas staff - TSN
But who's going to be owner, coach, and general manager of the Wheat Kings now?

Rickard Rakell's agent: 'I think we will find common ground' on contract talks with Ducks - The Orange County Register
While Rakell was a valuable and productive player this past season, the Ducks have to decide how likely he is to build on that in the future.

Report: NHL linesman Henderson required neck surgery, friends fear his career may be over – ProHockeyTalk
NHL officials are just as tough as the players, but Don Henderson's days as a linesman are probably finished.

Arizona Is Home To Hockey | Howlin Hockey
It seems obvious to me why hockey would be a great way to spend a summer afternoon in Arizona.

Cult of Hockey: Oilers’ depth chart on defence loaded with promising young lefties, but holes remain | Edmonton Journal
"Oilers" and "defensive depth" would seem to be an oxymoron.

Beauts Have Plenty Of Cap Space In Waning Free Agency - TSS
The first order of business should be to sign more than five defenders.

Max Domi confident Coyotes will make playoffs | NHL.com
Stranger things have happened.

Radko Gudas and His Puck Possession - Kukla's Korner
Someone go tell Link that Radko Gudas is the future of the Flyers' defense.