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Coyotes sign Turris to multi-year deal

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...

Coyotes re-sign Turris to 2-year deal

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Reaction: Phoenix Retains Kyle Turris

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Eklund: What Now? Turris signing deal. Will be moved. But where?

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Capitals make Semin a healthy scratch

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Coyotes Re-sign Turris to Multi-Year Contract

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