GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Don Maloney has held one of the most unenviable positions in sports the past four years, trying to build a roster with no owner and a skimpy budget. He managed to navigate his way through it successfully, leading the Phoenix Coyotes to the playoffs three times and the best season in franchise history two years ago. The NHL rewarded Maloney on Friday, signing the Coyotes general manager to a long-term contract that will keep him with the franchise no matter where it ends up playing. "We are very pleased that Don has agreed to sign a long-term contract extension with the Coyotes," NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said in a statement. "Since joining the team in 2007, Don has done an outstanding job managing his team and building a competitive roster that has produced on the ice, even given less than ideal circumstances off the ice. The NHL remains committed to securing the Coyotes future in Glendale under new ownership, and we believe Dons long-term agreement evidences that he is equally committed." Maloney has been Phoenixs general manager for six seasons, the past four while operating under the restraints of being run by the NHL after former owner Jerry Moyes took the franchise into bankruptcy in 2009. Maloney was honoured as the leagues General Manager of the Year Award in 2010 and led Phoenix to three straight 40-win seasons for the first time in franchise history. Maloney also pulled the strings to build a roster in 2011-12 that earned the Coyotes their first division title in 33 years as an NHL franchise and their first trip to the Western Conference finals. The lack of an owner seemed to catch up to the Coyotes this year, when they went 21-18-9 in the lockout-shortened season, but they finished only four points out of making the playoffs. Phoenix still doesnt have an owner, but a resolution to the saga is expected to come this season, either with a new owner that will keep the team in Arizona or with relocation. Maloneys contract, along with coach Dave Tippetts, was set to expire this summer. "I am grateful to continue working for this franchise," Maloney said in a statement released by the team. "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." The 54-year-old Maloney joined the Coyotes after 10 seasons in the New York Rangers front office. He also worked for the New York Islanders, serving as general manager in 1992-95, and was a scout for the San Jose Sharks in 1996-97. Maloney played 13 NHL seasons with the Rangers, Hartford Whalers and Islanders. Wholesale Air Max Australia Free Shipping . Nine days before the opening ceremony, organizing committee chief Dmitry Chernyshenko said Wednesday that Sochi is "fully ready" and will deliver safe, friendly and well-run games that defy the grim reports that have overshadowed preparations. Authentic Air Max Australia Shoes ., for the next three years with the signings on Monday of Daryl Townsend and Michael Carter. http://www.airmaxaustraliacheap.com/ . Bryant, who signed a five-year, $34 million contract as a free agent with Cleveland in March, reported symptoms on Monday morning, a team spokesman said. Nike Air Max Australia Outlet . -- An ugly goal by Nick Bonino helped the Anaheim Ducks overcome the defensive-minded Phoenix Coyotes on a night when their ragged power play continued to struggle. Cheap Air Max Australia 2019 . Brazilian national coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has confirmed that the veteran goalkeeper is set to join Toronto on loan, saying it will help him be ready for the World Cup. Fremantle have decided to part ways with luckless AFL midfielder Anthony Morabito.Morabito produced a standout campaign in his rookie year of 2010, but three knee reconstructions since then had stalled his career.The 24-year-old hasnt featured for the Docckers since 2014, and he will require surgery after tearing his quad while playing last week in the WAFL finals.dddddddddddd Wholesale JerseysWholesale Jerseyscheap jerseysCheap JersyesCheap Basketball JerseysCheap NHL Jerseyscheap jerseysCheap JerseysCheap JerseysCheap Jerseys From ChinaCheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '