Report: Coyotes have spoken to representatives for Perron, van Riemsdyk, Grabner
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The Arizona Coyotes are reportedly trying to add some serious scoring punch.

The club has had discussions with the representatives for pending unrestricted free agents David Perron, James van Riemsdyk, and Michael Grabner, according to ArizonaSports.com's Craig Morgan.

All three forwards are coming off strong years: Perron posted a career-high 66 points in 2017-18, van Riemsdyk finished with a career-best 36 goals, and Grabner enjoyed his second consecutive 27-goal campaign.

The Coyotes seem to be solid down the middle with Derek Stepan, the newly acquired Alex Galchenyuk, and Dylan Strome, so now the team is looking to address the wings.

With over $19 million in cap space, the Coyotes have the money to be active in free agency.

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Report: Coyotes have spoken to representatives for Perron, van Riemsdyk, Grabner
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