Report: Coyotes to sign Jaskin out of KHL to one-year, $3.2M deal

St. Louis Blues' Dmitrij Jaskin (23) celebrates a goal by teammate Alex Pietrangelo as Detroit Red Wings' Jimmy Howard (35), Danny DeKeyser (65) and Nick Jensen (3) react on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 in St. Louis. (Tom Gannam/AP)

Dmitrij Jaskin appears to be returning to the NHL.

The Arizona Coyotes will be signing the 28-year-old forward, who has spent the last two seasons with the KHL's Moscow Dynamo, to a one-year $3.2-million deal, according to Bally Sports' Andy Strickland.

NHL free agency opens Wednesday.

Jaskin finished top-five in KHL scoring in 2020-21 (fourth) and 2019-20 (second) after last suiting up in the NHL with the Washington Capitals in 2018-19.

Jaskin previously spent six seasons with the St. Louis Blues, putting a career-best 18 points across 54 games in 2014-15.

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