KYLE TURRIS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Kyle Turris scored the deciding goal in the fifth round of the shootout to go with one in regulation, and the Ottawa Senators beat the St. Louis Blues 5-4 on Tuesday night.
T.J. Oshie had a goal and an assist and scored to open the shootout for the Blues, who lost at home to an Eastern Conference opponent for the first time in 10 games this season. St. Louis had a season-high 50...
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February 05, 2014
Kyle Turris' goal helped the Ottawa Senators beat the Washington Capitals 3-1 on Monday night and earn their first winning streak in 51 days.
Ottawa has won three straight at home for the first time this season.
Mika Zibanejad and Clarke MacArthur, with an empty-net goal, also scored for Ottawa (17-18-7). Craig Anderson stopped 34 shots.
Joel Ward scored the lone goal for...
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December 30, 2013
from Kerry Fraser of TSN,
While it "appears" that Kyle Turris' shot "quite possibly" crossed the goal line based on the heel position of Nicklas Grossmann's skate, various angles of video do not provide the necessary conclusive evidence to overturn referee Paul Devorski's initial call on the play and allow a goal.
While it is more probable...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Kyle Turris might never have to answer the Coyotes question again after Tuesday night's game at Jobing.com Arena. And if he keeps up this point-a-game pace for the Ottawa Senators, he might never have to answer questions about his offensive ability either.
"It's a part of my career that I'll never forget," Turris said Tuesday after Ottawa...
Thank goodness the Ottawa Senators locked up Kyle Turris for five more years, committing $17.5 million to keep him under control until 2018.Turris exploded for 12 goals last season. Had he made it all the way to 15 goals, the Philadelphia Flyers may have begun plotting a $100 million offer. So, sure, the Senators HAD to extend his deal. Turris was set to earn $1.4 million this season...
The Ottawa Senators have signed forward Kyle Turris to a 17.5-million, five-year contract extension.
The 23-year-old Turris scored 12 goals and 17 assists last season, both career highs. The deal, which is worth an average of $3.5 million per year, will keep Turris in Ottawa through the 2017-18 season.
Turris was acquired by the Senators in a December 2011 trade with the Coyotes...
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August 29, 2012
The most appropriate reaction to Kyle Turris' return to Phoenix on Tuesday night would be no reaction at all.
Its true that Turris inability to live up to his draft status as the No. 3 pick in 2007 is the biggest reason the Coyotes are still staring at a giant hole in the middle of their top line.
Its true that Turris was an outcast of the first order in the Coyotes' locker...
The writing had long been on the wall for Kyle Turris and it was literally so days before his trade from the Phoenix Coyotes.
The Anaheim Ducks, like many teams, write the opposing team's lines on a grease board in the locker room on game day, and last Wednesday the Ducks had Turris centering the fourth line for Phoenix.
It was incorrect.
Turris didn't even play that night...
The Phoenix Coyotes gave up on the unfulfilled potential of center Kyle Turris on Saturday, trading him to the Ottawa Senators for defenseman David Rundblad and a second-round draft choice in 2012.
Turris, the third-overall selection in the 2007 draft, never developed into the frontline center the Coyotes envisioned. In 137 career games, he scored 19 goals and had 27 assists. He...
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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...