The Phoenix Coyotes and general manager Don Maloney agreed to terms on a long-term contract extension on Friday afternoon.
The details of the contract were not disclosed by the team.
The Coyotes have enjoyed great success under Maloney’s guidance. In six seasons with the club, the ‘Yotes have amassed a record of 230-172-56, and have clinched three playoff berths.
“I am grateful to continue working for this franchise,” Maloney said in a statement following the announcement. “We have a strong core of talented people, both on and off the ice, who are committed to building a championship team and a first class organization. I would like to thank NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly for their tremendous support these past few years.”
Maloney became the GM of the Coyotes on May 29, 2007 and is the seventh general manager in franchise history.