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The Coyotes and holdout center Kyle Turris have reached agreement on a multi-year contract. Terms were unavailable, but tsn.ca reported that it was a two-year contract for 2.8 million.
Turris, who was a restricted free agent, reportedly asked for a multi-year deal worth 3 million to 4 million a year, hoping to force the Coyotes to trade him. The Coyotes, unable to get was they considered equal value in return, refused, and Turris faced a Dec. 1 deadline to return to the team or sit out the season.
We are pleased to agree to terms with Kyle on a multi-year contract, general manager Don Maloney said. Kyle is a top young player who will make us a better team. We look forward to having him in our lineup so he can contribute to our team.
Turris, 22, has yet to live up to the expectations created when the Coyotes the third overall pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Last season he registered 11 goals and 14 assists in 65 regular-season games. He had a goal and two assists in four postseason games. In 131 career regular-season games with the Coyotes, he has 19 goals and 27 assists.
I am happy to sign with Phoenix and start playing, said Turris. Its been a long process, but now I am focused on playing and helping the team win.
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GLENDALE, Ariz. Don Maloney was sitting in the coaches' office on Monday in Washington D.C. when he received an email on his phone. It was from Kyle Turris' agent, Kurt Overhardt, informing him that Turris had accepted the Coyotes' two-year contract offer.
"It was a little antic-climactic," said Maloney, who was with the team for the final game of their five...
Kyle Turris ended his holdout by agreeing to a multiyear deal with the Phoenix Coyotes on Tuesday.
Terms of the deal, which was pending a physical, were not yet known. It was unclear as to when Turris would rejoin the club.
The 22-year-old center sat out training camp and missed Phoenix's first 19 games of the season over a contract dispute.
Turris, the No. 3 overall pick...
In a move that was long overdue, the Phoenix Coyotes and Kyle Turris agreed today to a 2-year, $2.8 million deal, as reported by Yahoo! Sports. Turris has been absent so far in 2011-12, sitting out since the start of training camp in the hopes that Phoenix would deal him to a new club after the two sides were unable to come to terms on a new contract. Phoenix refused to meet his...
Darren Dreger from TSN is reporting that Kyle Turris will sign a two year deal with phoenix. Of course few people on the planet believe he will ever play for the Yotes again.....and now we wait to see the rumors begin as to where he could be headed.
I have heard mentions of NJ, Montreal, Washington and Toronto.
Kyle Turris news was an inevitability this week, what with the Phoenix Coyotes' forward still unsigned only eight days from the December 1st deadline, after which he would have been ineligible to play this season.
Thankfully, it reportedly won't come to that, as the former 3rd overall pick is set to agree to a two-year contract, as per Darren Dreger.
According to Dreger,...
The extended holdout that pitted Kyle Turris against the Coyotes never was a personal issue, General Manager Don Maloney said. It all came down to business.
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Kyle Turris has agreed to a two-year deal with the Phoenix Coyotes, a source told ESPN.com Tuesday.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Kyle Turris has ended his long holdout by signing a multiyear contract with the Phoenix Coyotes.
The Coyotes and 22-year-old forward Kyle Turris reportedly agreed to a two-year deal Tuesday.
The Phoenix Coyotes signed forward Kyle Turris to a multi-year contract Tuesday.
Kyle Turris ended his long holdout by agreeing to a two-year contract Tuesday with the Phoenix Coyotes. The team announced that the deal is contingent on Turris passing a medical examination. Financial terms of the deal weren't disclosed. Turris sat out all of training camp and has missed Phoenix's first 19 games this season.
Center Kyle Turris has agreed to a deal with the Phoenix Coyotes.
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Tuesday, November 22, 2011
GLENDALE, ARIZONA – Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today that the Coyotes have re-signed center Kyle Turris to a multi-year contract. As per club policy, terms of t...