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Coyotes’ scoring depth padded with Michael Grabner signing

Grabner ought to be the team’s second-line right winger, behind Clayton Keller. That would give the Coyotes’ other big forward acquisition this offseason, center Alex Galchenyuk, a winger to play with. There’s no question Grabner has speed. He can also add goals. The 30-year-old has broken the 20-goal plateau four Authentic Jim Brown Jersey times, including in back-to-back seasons. Of course, his 2017-18 stat line (compiled with both the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils) is one of the more unique ones in the league. We like to call him the NHL’s leading Cy Young Vita Vea Jersey candidate, with 27 goals and just nine assists. Grabner adds value on the penalty kill, as well, which is an area the Coyotes were below average in last season (ranking 19th, killing 79.5 percent of penalties). The team also has Marcus Kruger on the roster, giving Arizona two of the better penalty killers in the league.
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It’s another signal that Arizona is trending in the right direction. The Coyotes finished the 2017-18 season giving fans hope. They played hard, and they played some very good hockey (they allowed the league’s fourth-fewest goals from February until the end of the season).

The term isn’t too long for a player who has maintained his speed and scoring touch as he enters his 30s, and the price feels just right. It’s a bit of a risk considering Grabner floundered when acquired by the Devils, and the Coyotes are banking that he’ll look more like he did with the Rangers. If that’s the case, this signing is a win. If not, it could be another flameout in the desert.

Instead, they keep signing second-tier players to slightly bloated contracts. This is probably too much money and term for a 30-year-old. Yes, Perron is coming off a career year in assists (50) and points (66). Could he be having a late-career renaissance? Perhaps. But it will be a good case study in the 2017-18 Vegas Golden Knights. How much of the individual success was dependent on the greater team environment?

The Blues went into a tailspin at the end of last season and desperately needed players not on the first line to produce. In that sense, Perron adds value. Although he excelled with Vegas last season, Perron’s tenure with the Golden Knights was likely doomed by a poor playoff performance. There were also suitors out there for a serviceable veteran coming off a career year.