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Coyotes: 28% of payroll for guys who won’t play next year
It seems that the Arizona Coyotes always find a way to make news for the wrong reasons.

No, but for real. The organization is so poorly run that you sometimes wonder if they make bad decisions on purpose.

And here, let’s just say that the franchise finds itself, once again, in a rather bizarre situation.

The Coyotes, as we know, like to go after big contracts so that they take up a certain portion of the payroll. After all, the Coyotes must do everything in their power to respect the NHL salary floor.

How will they do that next year, in the 2023-2024 season? They’ll do it by allocating 28% of their payroll to players who won’t even play next season.

We’re talking about Zack Kassian, Patrik Nemeth, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Jakub Voracek, Shea Weber and Bryan Little. For those wondering….

No, it’s not a joke.

It’s hard in please. After that, you wonder why no one is able to take them seriously.

The Coyotes’ way of doing things has always raised eyebrows, and let’s just say they’re not exactly helping themselves.

It’s hard, after all, to respect their ideas and strategies, because we’re not talking about a club that’s constantly striving to improve. Arizona just doesn’t seem to want to win, and that’s the main problem for so many fans.

It’s annoying. Because they’re the only team in the NHL that’s really, really on a haywire.

At least the team can boast a brand new amphitheatre….

I just want to let out a huge sigh.

Add to that the fact that the team will play three preparatory games on a single day, September 23…

And it gets even more ridiculous.

In gusto

– It’s going to be a bumpy ride in Philly.

– What do you think?

– Come on!

– Nice.

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