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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Phoenix Coyotes have agreed to a six-year contract with goalie Mike Smith that will average around $5.7 million per year, according to an NHL official familiar with the deal.

The official requested anonymity because the contract still must be approved by the NHL.

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Little known fact about Shane Doan:

"Like many NHL teams, the Coyotes stopped paying health insurance for the training staff. Center Shane Doan felt awful about it. He picked up the tab, with no desire for the information to leak out. It did."

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The sale of the Phoenix Coyotes to the IceArizona Acquisition Co., which is a group headed by investors Anthony LeBlanc and George Gosbee, was approved by the NHL Board of Governors Monday, meaning the team is no longer controlled by the league itself.

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Phoenix Coyotes enforcer Paul Bissonnette is facing a possible 10-game suspension following Sunday's 4-2 preseason victory over the Los Angeles Kings.


Bissonnette received a game misconduct - which calls for an automatic 10-game suspension - in the first period after leaving the bench to fight Kings forward Jordan Nolan in reaction to his hit on Coyotes defenseman Rostislav Klesla.


Nolan hit Klesla with an open-ice hit and the 31-year-old Klesla hit the ice face down and lay motionless. He was taken off the ice on a stretcher and following the game, Coyotes head coach Dave Tippett said he was alert but taken to hospital.


"It seemed to me like a guy got hit in the head, and a player left his feet," Tippett said. "But that's not for me to diagnose. The league does a good job of those and when they feel like there's a violation committed, they take action."


The NHL is currently collecting video to determine the right call.
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Phoenix Coyotes enforcer Paul Bissonnette is facing a possible 10-game suspension following Sunday's 4-2 preseason victory over the Los Angeles Kings.
Bissonnette received a game misconduct - which calls for an automatic 10-game suspension - in the first period after leaving the bench to fight Kings forward Jordan Nolan in reaction to his hit on Coyotes defenseman Rostislav Klesla.
Nolan hit Klesla with an open-ice hit and the 31-year-old Klesla hit the ice face down and lay motionless. He was taken off the ice on a stretcher and following the game, Coyotes head coach Dave Tippett said he was alert but taken to hospital.
"It seemed to me like a guy got hit in the head, and a player left his feet," Tippett said. "But that's not for me to diagnose. The league does a good job of those and when they feel like there's a violation committed, they take action."
The NHL is currently collecting video to determine the right call.

And it begins. <_<

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