Phoenix Coyotes forward Kyle Turris has yet to play a game this season and he's running out of time before he's able to do so.
Per the CBA, if Turris, currently a restricted free agent, fails to ink a deal with the Coyotes -- or whoever -- by Dec. 1, he'll have to watch NHL Center Ice just like the rest of us.
The question became whether or not the Coyotes should pay for the present, which is 19 goals and 46 points in 131 NHL games for Turris, or do you do what many teams have done and pay for potential for a guy who was No. 3 overall in 2007?
During this whole standoff between the two parties, Coyotes GM Don Maloney has reiterated that he doesn't plan to trade Turris. The trade demand was a rumor floating out there until today when Turris' agent, Kurt Overhardt, confirmed to ESPN's Pierre LeBrun that, yes, his client wants out of the desert:
"This has never been about money, we've been upfront with the club from Day 1," Overhardt told ESPN.com Thursday. "We've respectfully reques...