Jun 24, 2010, 3:24 PM EDT
The Phoenix Coyotes are proving that they’re not just going to wait for their ownership situation to become completely stable to stay active in keeping the team together. The team made a nice move today to make sure last year’s successful team can stick together.
Restricted free agent forward Wojtek Wolski has agreed to terms on a two year deal with the Phoenix Coyotes. The total value of the contract is $7.6 million.
Wolski was a great deadline pickup for the Coyotes last season, getting him from Colorado in the Peter Mueller deal. Wolski had six goals and 12 assists in 18 games with the Coyotes and then added four goals and an assist in the Coyotes first round playoff loss to the Red Wings.
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