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GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - The Phoenix Coyotes re-signed goaltender Curtis Joseph to a one-year contract Friday, bringing the 39-year-old back for a 17th NHL season.

Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Last season was Joseph's first with the Coyotes. He has a 428-310-90 career record with St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit and Phoenix.

He played 60 games with Phoenix after signing as a free agent, posting a 32-21 record, 2.91 goals against average, a .902 save percentage with four shutouts. He also moved into sixth place on the career victories list.

"He continues to write new records while playing at his customary high level. More importantly, Curtis gives us a chance to win every night," general manager Michael Barnett said in a statement.

Good move by the Coyotes, but without some help up front it could be another disappointing season.
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