The Bruins signed Charlie Coyle to a six-year contract worth $31.5M ($5.25M AAV).
The Bruins have acquired Charlie Coyle from the Wild for Ryan Donato and a 2019 conditional fifth-round pick.
Coyle, 26, was born 45 minutes outside of Boston and attended Boston University for two seasons before playing one season in the QMJHL. Coyle was a first-round pick (No.28 overall) in 2010 and has registered 242 points (91G / 151A) in 479 career NHL games since then. Coyle has excellent hands for a player who is 6-foot-3, 221 lbs. but has settled in as more of a playmaker in the NHL, posting a career-high of just 21 goals back in 2016. This season, Coyle has 10 goals and 18 assists (28 points) in 60 games and should be a nice addition to the Wild’s middle-6. Coyle is capable of playing both centre and wing.
Source: @NHLBruins 02/21/19, 9:07 am EST
Coyle underwent surgery on both of his wrists last week.
Coyle underwent surgery to repair a tear in each of wrists after they bothered him in the second half of the season. Coyle is expected to need one month to be fully healed, so he’ll be more than ready-to-go for next year’s training camp.
Coyle (leg) is on the ice for warmups; expected to return to the Wild lineup tonight.
The Wild have activated Charlie Coyle (leg) from LTIR; could return to the lineup on Monday.
Coyle (leg) will return to the Wild lineup at some point this week.
Coyle (fibula) took part in Tuesday’s morning skate but remains without a timetable for his return.
The original timetable on Coyle’s expected return was 6-to-8 weeks and we are currently at the four-week mark. It appears that Coyle is right on schedule but he still has at least a few weeks before he actually gets into the Wild lineup. q
Source: @mnwild 11/14/17, 7:16 am EST
Coyle will miss 6-8 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a right fibula fracture.
With Coyle expected to miss at least a month and a half, the Wild have placed him on LTIR which opens up a roster spot and gives them some cap relief. This is a huge loss for the Wild as Coyle already had two assists in three games and is coming off of a season in which he recorded 56 points (18G / 38A) in 82 games.
Coyle (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Coyle was hit by a shot in Thursday’s win over the Blackhawks and has already been ruled out for Saturday’s contest. The Wild are extremely banged up up front with Coyle joining Zach Parise, Mikael Granlund, Nino Niederreiter and Marcus Foligno in the press box.
Coyle is expected to be bumped to the fourth line on Saturday.
The Wild have signed Charlie Coyle to a five-year deal with $16 million ($3.2M AAV)
Coyle, 22, was set to become a restricted free agent in the offseason (per nhlnumbers.com) but is now signed through the 2020-21 season. The 6-foot-3, 221 lbs. winger has one goal and one assist through four games this season and was recently bumped up to the second line with Mikko Koivu and Thomas Vanek. This is his third full NHL season; he played 37 of 48 games in the lockout shortened season.
Source: Chad Graff 10/22/14, 1:26 pm EST
Coyle moved to the Wild second line on Tuesday.
Coyle was practicing on a line with Thomas Vanek and Mikko Koivu in Tuesday's practice. So far this season Coyle has one goal and one assist in four games. The move to the second line should provide some extra scoring chances and increased minutes.
Source: @mnwild 10/21/14, 9:43 am EST
Coyle was playing against Chicago with both a separated left shoulder and right shoulder.
Coyle appeared to be having a tough time receiving passes and stick handling in the Wild's OT loss last night that ended their season, but that would make sense given the status of his shoulders. Coyle had three goals and four assists (7 points) in 13 playoff games. It was a solid postseason for the 22-year-old who had 30 points (12G / 18A) in 70 games this season. The 2010 first round pick, should see consistent top-6 minutes in 2014-15.
Coyle (knee) is expected to return to the Wild lineup tonight vs. Calgary.
Coyle missed 11 games with a knee injury but returned on Friday, before re-aggravating it and missing Sunday's contest. He appears as if he will be back in the lineup tonight after participating in the morning skate on a line with Mikko Koivu and Zach Parise. Coyle had 14 points (8G / 6A) in 37 games last season, but if he can stick on the top-line - he should drastically improve on those numbers.
Coyle will not play tonight vs. Devils.
Coyle returned on Friday after missing 12 games with a broken jaw, but is already day-to-day again. The Wild didn't specify what is ailing Coyle, but reports are that he is just 'banged up'. Carson McMillan who was called up this morning will enter the lineup.
Source: @mnwild 11/3/13, 7:29 am EST
Coyle (knee) will play tonight vs. Montreal.
Coyle had missed 11 games because of a sprained knee. Thursday, he centered a line with Zach Parise and had Justin Fontaine and Dany Heatley taking turns on the right side. Coyle also worked with the first power-play unit, joining Parise and Mikko Koivu with Ryan Suter and Jason Pominville at the points.
Wild coach Mike Yeo said that Charlie Coyle (knee) skated today before the team’s practice, which is a promising sign.
Even more promising, Coyle was working on his shot in the shooting cage in the tunnel at Xcel Energy Center. Yet the most promising news is that Yeo plans to have Coyle participate in the team’s morning skate tomorrow.
Second-line center Charlie Coyle will miss 3-4 weeks with a sprained knee, the Wild announced tonight. The injury occurred with 8:54 left in the second period Saturday against Anaheim when Coyle was checked in the neutral zone by the Ducks' Andrew Cogliano.
This is a huge blow for Coyle and the 0-0-2 Wild. Coyle won the second-line center position early in an outstanding training camp, one in which he scored three goals in five exhibition games. "It's not an ideal situation, but I'm fortunate it's nothing worse than it is," Coyle said. "I'm going to keep a positive mindset and I'm looking forward to recovering and doing everything I can to be healthy again."
Coyle (lower body) is not expected to play on Tuesday against Nashville.
He was injured on a hit from Andrew Cogliano last night and did not return. Coyle is not expected to miss an extended period of time.
Coyle will need a root canal when he returns to Minnesota after being high-sticked by Calgary’s Mark Giordano on Monday.
Ouch. Coyle is not expected to miss any games.