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Topic - Don Maloney
Brad Treliving helped Don Maloney guide the Phoenix Coyotes through a difficult four-year span without an owner.
The Phoenix Coyotes have had Martin Erat in their sights for a few years. Because he played for the Nashville Predators, a team they were always competing with, the Coyotes were never able to pull off a deal to bring him to the desert.
The Phoenix Coyotes spent the past four years searching for impact players, but didn't have the money to land many due to the restraints of being run by the NHL.
The Phoenix Coyotes roused a dormant fan base with an energetic season-ending burst that carried into the playoffs.
The Phoenix Coyotes were busy on the first day of free agency despite their financial restraints, signing a replacement for goalie Ilya Bryzgalov, adding a pair of forwards and retaining one of their top skill players.
Phoenix general manager Don Maloney said that has led to more open discussions for potential trades.
"We have to be better," Coyotes general manager Don Maloney said Monday from Jobing.com Arena. "That's what we have to look at and that's what we all want. We have to be better, certainly than we were this year."