NHL.com "Arizona Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today that the Coyotes have signed goaltender Niklas Treutle to a one-year, entry-level contract. As per club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. The 24-year-old Treutle registered a 20-10-0 record with a .923 save percentage..." July 30
TSN "NHL lockout. It's the one phrase that can send a chill down your spine on the sweatiest summer July day. Rest easy, for now: the NHL and NHL Players' Association has guaranteed labour peace for each of the next five seasons, through the 2019-20 campaign. While another hockey work..." July 29
Arizona Republic "Robert Sarver believes in the future of basketball and soccer. He's not so certain about hockey in Arizona. His viewpoint will be very important in the coming years. Don't get him wrong. He's not against the idea. The Suns majority owner says he'd have no problems sharing a multipurpose..." July 26
Sportsnet "NHL players competing at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics certainly isn’t the most important storyline in hockey these days – expansion, off-season transactions and managerial moves are – but it’s still a topic many are interested in. NHLers have competed at the Olympics since the 1998 Nagano..." July 25
#Coyotes announce they've signed forward Michael Bunting to a three-year, entry-level contract.
CBS Sports "About six weeks after the City of Glendale voted to terminate their lease agreement with the Arizona Coyotes, the two sides appear to have reached a settlement that will keep the team in the desert. The city council will vote Friday on an amended arena-lease agreement, the team and city announced..." July 24
Pro Hockey Talk "After the NHL received just two bids for expansion teams — one for Las Vegas, the other for Quebec City, but nothing for Seattle or Portland — could the league be headed for another realignment? From the Globe and Mail’s Eric Duhatschek: When the NHL last realigned, the commitment was only..." July 22
TSN "One of the hockey narratives I’ve always been curious about is the reputation that veterans pick up as the steady, reliable defensive options. The reputation seems to be built out of the fact that these players have extensive experience at the NHL level, and through that experience, they have..." July 22
NHL.com "The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed forward Tye McGinn to a one-year, two-way contract, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced today. McGinn, 24, skated in 51 games in the NHL last season, splitting time between the San Jose Sharks and Arizona Coyotes, posting two goals and..." July 21
The Score "The company hoping to bring NHL hockey back to Quebec City has formally applied for an expansion franchise. Quebecor, the media conglomerate that operates Sun Media, TVA, Videotron, and Canoe, confirmed the bid in a brief statement Monday. A new arena in Quebec City, the Videotron Centre,..." July 20
Columbus Dispatch "It's been nearly three weeks since NHL free agency opened, and there are still plenty of good players on the market. There will be a second wave of signings, but one longtime NHL agent told The Dispatch that the market has never been this stagnant. "It's tough," the agent said. "There are..." July 20
Coyotes have signed defenseman Klas Dahlbeck to a one-year, two-way contract. #Blackhawks
Arizona Republic "To suggest the goal was one of the more meaningful ones in winger Max Domi’s career would be off base. It didn’t clinch a win, a playoff series or a gold medal. Actually, it was scored in the second period when his junior club, the London Knights, was already leading 4-1. And yet once the..." July 19
Fox Sports Arizona "Former Coyotes executive Sean Burke said he is pondering a position with another NHL club and expects to make a decision quickly. Burke was reportedly in discussions with both the Toronto Maple Leafs and San Jose Sharks at one point, and there has also been speculation tying him to Calgary and..." July 16
NHL.com "Dylan Strome took the ice at Arizona Coyotes development camp last week with the fanfare that would be expected for the third pick of the 2015 NHL Draft. But the buzz was muted by the expectation that Strome is a long-term investment, unlike Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, the top two picks of..." July 16
The Hockey Writers "Former NHLer Taylor Pyatt has announced that he will retire from hockey after playing 859 NHL games split between the New York Islanders, Buffalo Sabres, Vancouver Canucks, Phoenix Coyotes, New York Rangers, and Pittsburgh Penguins. He played for Geneve Servette in Switzerland last..." July 15
Pro Hockey Talk "The Arizona Coyotes have re-upped with a pair of AHL farmhands, agreeing to one-year, $600,000 extensions with Brendan Shinnimin and Phillip Samuelsson. The extensions, reported by CBC, came after both players made their Coyotes debuts last season. Shinnimin, 24, appeared in 12 games while..." July 15
Sportsnet "Where does the unrestricted free-agent class of 2015 stand now, after July 1’s flurry of signings? Well, admittedly, it’s looking a little thin. Although most big acquisitions will be made through trade at this point, that doesn’t mean useful players aren’t still out there to be scooped..." July 14
Arizona Republic "The Coyotes have anticipated some of their youth jumping into the NHL next season, and that idea gained credibility after watching their prospects at the team's recent development camp. "I was really happy with what I saw here because it gives us hope that we're not just kidding ourselves,"..." July 12
#Coyotes announce they've signed forward John Scott to a one-year contract.
CBS Sports "When you're a good team in the NHL over an extended period of time it is inevitable that the salary cap is going to become an issue. The Chicago Blackhawks are still experiencing that this offseason (again), whiles teams like Pittsburgh, Boston, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Vancouver and San Jose..." July 09
NHL.com "One Arizona Coyotes fan from Canada wanted to know if the team would consider adding more tasty sweets from home to augment the hugely popular Tim Hortons kiosk at Gila River Arena. Then there was the yoga instructor who instructed coach Dave Tippett to have his players sit up straight on the..." July 08
Arizona Republic "The Coyotes have added another assistant coach to their staff, signing John Slaney to a multi-year contract Wednesday. "We are pleased to add John to our coaching staff," General Manager Don Maloney said in a statement released by the team. "John has done a good job developing our young..." July 08
#Coyotes and winger Mikkel Boedker have agreed to a one-year deal, according to a league source.
Sportsnet "Where does the unrestricted free-agent class of 2015 stand now, after July 1’s flurry of signings? Well, admittedly, it’s looking a little thin. Although most big acquisitions will be made through trade at this point, that doesn’t mean useful players aren’t still out there to be scooped up...." July 07
Fox Sports Arizona "The Coyotes have signed restricted free agent forward Mikkel Boedker to a one-year contract, $3.75 million contract. The salary ties Boedker with recently signed Antoine Vermette for second highest on the team, behind Shane Doan's $4.55 million. The two sides had been trying to work out a..." July 07
NHL.com "Arizona Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney announced today that the Coyotes have signed center Dylan Strome to a three-year entry-level contract. As per club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. “We are very pleased to sign Dylan to an entry-level contract,” said Maloney. “Dylan..." July 06
NHLPA.com "Twenty-three players have elected Salary Arbitration: Arizona Coyotes Mikkel Boedker Phil Samuelsson Brendan Shinnimin Buffalo Sabres Phil Varone Calgary Flames Lance Bouma Paul Byron Josh Jooris Colorado Avalanche Andrew Agozzino Mathew Clark Detroit Red..." July 06
Fox Sports Arizona "Coyotes restricted free agent forward Mikkel Boedker on Sunday filed for salary arbitration, his agent Jarrett Bousquet confirmed. Bousquet and Coyotes general manager Don Maloney have been discussing a new contract for about three months, but the two sides were unable to reach an agreement..." July 05
Arizona Republic "The Coyotes made two additions Friday, signing forward Eric Selleck and defenseman Derek Smith to one-year, two-way contracts. Selleck spent last season with the team's American Hockey League affiliate, while Smith played with Zurich in the Swiss League." July 04
The Hockey Writers "Antoine Vermette has come back to the Arizona Coyotes as the forward signed a two-year, $7.5 million deal as reported by TSN’s Pierre LeBrun and Bob McKenzie. The cap hit will be $3.75 per season for the two years. It’s actually a smaller hit than the last deal Vermette signed with the..." July 02
#Coyotes make Downie signing official. Also announce Dylan Reese has signed a one-year, two-way contract. Hearing from Maloney soon.
Anders Lindback signs with Arizona
Zybnek Michalekl signs in Arizona for 2 Years. #SigningSeason
Downie deal is one-year at $1.75M with ARIZ per @RealKyper
Brad Richardson is close to signing a three-year deal with ARI. AAV of $2.08
Mentioned this on TSN 1050. Coyotes remain interested in Tyler Bozak.
Arizona Republic "The first major wave of change infiltrated NHL teams last weekend at the draft when a steady carousel of trades touched off a rousing round of musical chairs that saw many of the Coyotes' division rivals make key additions. Arizona was a minor player in the action, striking only one deal (the..." July 01
New York Post "Sin City is getting hockey, two sources close to the situation told The Post. The NHL is arranging the sale of the Arizona Coyotes to billionaire William Foley who will move the team to Las Vegas giving it its first major professional franchise, one source said. “Las Vegas has reached 10,000..." July 01
Edmonton Journal "Boyd Gordon is going back to the desert. The Arizona Coyotes re-aquired the centreman from the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday for forward Lauri Korpikoski. “We are very pleased to re-acquire Boyd Gordon,” said Coyotes general manager Don Maloney. “Boyd is an excellent defensive centre who is one..." June 30
CSN Philly "They’re keeping him. Flyers general manager Ron Hextall has decided not to buy out forward Sam Gagner for the purposes of clearing more cap space. Gagner, acquired in the bizarre salary cap circumvention deal after the NHL draft on Saturday involving Chris Pronger’s dead contract money and..." June 30
Fox Sports Arizona "Coyotes general manager Don Maloney had barely cleared his head of NHL Draft detritus and a weekend trade for defenseman Nicklas Grossmann when it was time to turn his thoughts to the immediate future. The NHL's free agency period opens Wednesday at 9 a.m. Arizona time. The Coyotes have plenty of..." June 29
CBS Sports "The Hockey Hall of Fame today announced the 2015 class of inductees and is it ever a good one. Former NHL defensemen Nicklas Lidstrom, Chris Pronger and Phil Housley were all elected this year, as was forward Sergei Fedorov. Angela Ruggiero, a member of the U.S. Women's Olympic Team and one of..." June 29
Ariz GM Maloney after dealing Gagner to #Flyers: "We didn't think he could play center at the National Hockey League level for us."
Arizona Republic "Improving in the present without compromising the future is the challenge that guides the Coyotes' renovation project this summer, and just how much one objective can be at odds with the other was hard to ignore at the NHL draft. While proven talent was being tossed around for picks and..." June 28
The Score "The Arizona Coyotes added some experience to their blue line by trading Sam Gagner and a conditional pick to the Philadelphia Flyers for Nicklas Grossmann. Grossmann has 531 games of NHL experience and instantly becomes the most senior member of the Coyotes' defense. He has one more year..." June 28
Five For Howling "The Arizona Coyotes added another center to their prospect pool when they selected Nick Merkley of the Kelowna Rockets in the WHL at 30th overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. The Calgary native was projected as high as #14 by some scouting services, thanks in no small part to his playmaking..." June 27
Arizona Republic "The Arizona Coyotes selected Dylan Strome with the third overall pick in the 2015 NHL draft. Strome played with the Erie Otters last season, where he led OHL in scoring with 129 points in 68 games. The Coyotes also hold the 30th and last pick in the first round." June 27