Coyotes ink Murphy to six-year deal, but cautious in signing Stone to one-year pact

By Jared Clinton

The Coyotes inked RFAs Connor Murphy and Michael Stone to new deals, and though the average salary is nearly the same, the contracts couldn’t be more different. Murphy, 23, got a six-year deal based on his promise, while Stone, 26, had an injury leave him with a one-year contract that sees him needing to prove himself again after a career year. More

August 15, 2016

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