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The Phoenix Coyotes have re-signed left wing Mikkel Boedker to a two-year contract the team announced Saturday.
TSN reports it has an annual average value of $2.55 million.
"I'm thrilled to sign a new contract with the Coyotes" Boedker said in a statement. "We have a great team and coaching staff and I'm really looking forward to this season."
Boedker had 26 points (seven goals) in 48 games last season. The 23-year-old from Denmark played 82 games with the Coyotes in 2011-12 scoring 24 points (11 goals).
"I thought it was a fair deal" Coyotes general manager Don Maloney said according to The Associated Press. "He still has something to prove show that he's producing for us. He does that he'll get paid a lot more money. I thought it was a good deal for a good young player for us."
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The Phoenix Coyotes have signed left wing Mikkel Boedker to a two-year contract.
Terms of the deal were not released Saturday.
A restricted free agent, Boedker did not file for arbitration because he believed a deal with the Coyotes would get done before the start of training camp.
The 23-year-old from Denmark had seven goals and 19 assists during the lockout-shortened 2012-13...
GLENDALE, Ariz. The last piece of the Coyotes remarkable offseason fell into place Saturday when the team agreed with restricted free agent Mikkel Boedker on a two-year deal. Sources say the deal averages about 2.55 million per year. There are no incentives in the contract.
"We are pleased to sign Mikkel prior to the beginning of training camp," GM Don Maloney said in...
GLENDALE, Ariz. As training camp drew close while the contract impasse with Mikkel Boedker remained, there was palpable concern within the Coyotes fan base.Would this be another Kyle Turris situation?
A two-year deal on Saturday dispelled that concern, but only part of it.
Boedker will take the ice when the team opens camp Wednesday at Jobing.com Arena, but there is still no guarantee...
Mikkel Boedker has finally re-signed after a lot of speculation that he wanted a long term deal after having taken a two year deal that held a cap hit of 1.1mil per season as his bridge deal. His new deal is also a two year deal though his cap hit now is a modest 2.55mil per season. I honestly expected him to get a larger deal after seeing all the various insane contracts both in...
Hearing RFA F Mikkel Boedker is on verge of agreeing to terms on a 2-year deal with PHX. Not quite official just yet but likely imminent.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) September 7, 2013
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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 [...]
We’re going to take a look at each NHL team, breaking down every new addition and subtraction, as well as promising prospects.
Today, we take a look at the Phoenix Coyotes.
By: Ken Will
2013 Season: 21-18-9, 51 pts (4th Pacific Division, 10th Western Conference)
The Phoenix Coyotes are staying put…for now (turner.com)
Free Agents Signed:
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Its Monday 9/9. NHL training camps open on Wednesday morning for fitness testing and physical exams.
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