There's been lots of drama in Arizona over the last couple of days when it comes to the Coyotes. 

General manager John Chayka walked away from the team and terminated his contract and was called out by the ownership group. 

Chayka released a statement as well but kept it professional and said all the details of what really happened would come out eventually. 

One thing that NHL insider Elliotte Friedman pointed out was that the ownership group had a private meeting with Taylor Hall regarding a new contract behind Chayka's back. 

Initial reports labeled the meeting as a failure and the Coyotes giving Hall a real low ball offer, now Friedman has revealed what that offer was. 

According to Friedman, the Coyotes offered Hall a fiver year contract with an $7.25million AAV. 

Do you think this a lowball offer for the former Hart Trophy winner?

Source: Elliotte Friedman