2013/02/06 Leave a Comment
Endless Possibilities. Zero Consensus.
2012/05/07 1 Comment
Looking more and more like a done deal. Can you believe it. If so, next up in the “deal with it” department, the New York Islanders. People of Quebec City and Seattle are not happy with this news for sure… don’t scoff at the idea of expansion in two years though. I wouldn’t be surprised… and to those who say, “Expansion?! With what talent?”, I answer you with another question, “Do you honestly think the league or the NHLPA give a puck about that?”
The latest on the PHX sitch from around the web:
The Sporting News:
Phoenix Business Journal:
Associated Press (via Yahoo!):
2012/04/30 Leave a Comment
Yet another “breaking news” story from the “PHX sale”. The more I read about the City Council and the Goldwater institute, the less I think this is a “close to done” as some think.
I wouldn’t be surprised if the sale were to be “completed”, but then Glendale and the Goldwater boys just throw more roadblocks up. If that happened, I think the NHL would close the book on the NHL/PHX story, and either one of two things would happen:
- The Jamison group would back out (and another group would swoop in quickly and buy and move the team)
- The Jamison group would still buy the team (a little later), with a plan in place to move the team to a new city with a cushy arena deal.
2012/04/24 Leave a Comment
Yet another Coyotes update. Looking more and more like the desert dogs are staying put.
2012/04/11 Leave a Comment
They say every dog has his day… could the Coyotes be on the verge of theirs?
Via Phoenix Business Journal:
2012/03/13 Leave a Comment
Ask the season ticket holders in Atlanta how meaningful this news is.
2011/12/16 Leave a Comment
I have to say as a Leaf fan (doesn’t matter), a Stars fan (matters), and an NHL fan (really matters)… I’m intrigued by the whole Phoenix debacle. Again, for the record (despite the frequency with which I kill the Coyotes in the NHL Realignment Project, I would love for them to survive and thrive.
Derek Zona’s article brings an interesting perspective to who us (semi)outsiders might treat the Desert Dogs.
Via the Oiler’s SBNation site: