Coyotes charity game; Jets give Cheveldayoff extension; new season resolutions (Puck Headlines)

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• The Phoenix Coyotes will be hosting an intra-squad scrimmage Wednesday night with all proceeds benefiting the families of the 19 Yarnell firefighters who died battling a blaze in June. A 50/50 raffle and charity auction will also be held. Coyotes ownership will match the grand total. That's great. [Coyotes]

• George Richards has some more background on Vincent Viola, the man reportedly set to purchase the Florida Panthers. [Miami Herald]

• Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff gets a two-year extension. [Winnipeg Free Press]

• A nice read by Dave Lozo, who talked with David Perron about what life is like when a player is traded. (Spoiler alert: not easy) [Backhand Shelf]

• It's a new hockey year, so it's time for some new resolutions, via Down Goes Brown: "Let’s stop yelling 'Shooooot' as soon as the home team gets the puck on the power play" [Grantland]

• Why Brendan Shanahan got it wrong for not suspending Jordan Nolan for his hit on Rusty Klesla. [Fox Sports Arizona]

• The NHL has discussed bringing back the European Premiere Games for next season, but time is running out to get them set in stone. [TSN]

• How this preseason has shown just how much the Columbus Blue Jackets organization has changed since last year. [Union and Blue]

• The Nashville Predators made David Legwand the franchise's first ever draft pick in 1998. He's entering a contract year and the relationship may end after this season.[Tennessean]

• Three takeaways from Boston's first two preseason games. [Bruins Daily]

• There were crabs on the ice in Baltimore during the Capitals-Bruins preseason game Tuesday night. [RMNB]

• Brenden Morrow, somehow listed on ESPN's top 100 forwards group ahead of Bobby Ryan, is still without a job, but hasn't stopped looking. [Dallas Morning News]

• Highly-touted Minnesota hockey player and 2013 St. Louis Blues draft pick Tommy Vannelli has de-committed from joining the University of Minnesota. His rights are currently owned by Medicine Hat of the WHL. [Star Tribune]

• Speaking of college puck, there will be plenty of games to catch on TV this season. [United States of Hockey]

• Looking at the Guelph Storm's young goaltending duo and other burning questions. [Buzzing the Net]

• What Tim Thomas can bring to the Florida Panthers. [Panther Parkway]

• In the world of fantasy hockey, who should you draft first: David Clarkson or Viktor Stalberg? [Dobber Hockey]

• Finally, here's Marcus Foligno doing his best Bobby Orr impression Tuesday night:

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