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The Phoenix Coyotes have signed Steve Sullivan to a one-year contract.
The 37-year-old forward played in 79 games for the Pittsburgh Penguins last season. He ranked sixth on the team in scoring with 17 goals and 31 assists and 20 penalty minutes. He scored two goals and had four assists in six playoff games.
Sullivan played six seasons with the Nashville Predators before going to Pittsburgh. He had a career-high 68 points in 2006-07.
Coyotes general manager Don Maloney calls Sullivan ''an intelligent player'' who will help improve the team's power play.
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Coyotes forward Brett MacLean is reportedly improving at a hospital in Ontario after collapsing on the ice Tuesday night during a pickup game.
The 23-year-old MacLean, who received CPR at the rink in Owen Sound, Ont., and was hospitalized in intensive care after suffering what the Coyotes called a "cardiac emergency," is conscious and alert, according to his agent, Anton...
Phoenix Coyotes forward Brett MacLean suffered a cardiac emergency last night during a hockey game in Owen Sound, Ont. Per a statement from Coyotes' general manager Don Maloney, MacLean received CPR at the rink and was rushed to a local hospital. Later, he was transferred by ambulance to a cardiac intensive care unit at the Knight University Hospital in London, Ont.
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GLENDALE, ARIZONA—- Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney has issued the following statement regarding Coyotes forward Brett MacLean who suffered a cardiac emergency last night in Owen Sound, Ontario.
“Brett was playing hockey last night in Owen Sound, Ontario when he suffered a medical emergency,” said Maloney. “Brett received CPR on site and was taken to a local...
Not exactly a depth signing, per TSN’s Darren Dreger:
Taylor Pyatt also agrees to 2 year deal with the NYR.
2 years…annual average salary of $1.55 for Pyatt with NYR.
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