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The Phoenix Coyotes have re-signed left wing Mikkel Boedker to a two-year contract worth $2.25M per. Following being drafted 8th overall in 2008, Boedker has played 256 NHL games, all with the Coyotes, and has recorded 34 goals and 95 points. The 23-year-old Dane is expected to play on Phoenix’s top line this season after he posted 26 points in 48 games [...]
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