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In this file photo the Phoenix Coyotes' logo is seen. (JOHN ULAN/Canadian Press)
In this file photo the Phoenix Coyotes' logo is seen. (JOHN ULAN/Canadian Press)

Coyotes sign centre Jordan Martinook to three-year entry level contract Add to ...

The Phoenix Coyotes have signed second-round draft pick Jordan Martinook to a three-year entry level contract.

Martinook had 40 goals and 24 assists in a breakout 2011-12 season with the Western Hockey League’s Vancouver Giants. He was second on the team in goals behind former captain Brendan Gallagher and third in points behind Gallagher and Marek Tvrdon.

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The six-foot, 209-pound native of Leduc, Alta., was selected 58th overall the Coyotes in the 2012 draft. The 20-year-old centre is expected to play with the American Hockey League’s Portland Pirates this season.

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