Updated Jul 5, 2013 - 10:28 am
Report: Phoenix Coyotes re-sign Lauri Korpikoski
PHOENIX -- The Phoenix Coyotes re-signed restricted free agent forward Lauri Korpikoski to an extended deal on Thursday.
ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reported that deal is for four years. Korpikoski will be paid $2.5 million per year.
Last season with the Coyotes, Korpkikoski scored six goals and five assists for 11 total points. He averaged 17:07 of ice time per game. He was a minus-3 over the entirety over the season.
In four seasons with the Coyotes, Korpikoski has 47 goals and 63 assists.
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