NHL commish doesn't see problems with Reinsdorf buying Coyotes
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NHL commish doesn't see problems with Reinsdorf buying Coyotes

Glendale : AZ : USA | Apr 14, 2010 at 7:12 PM PDT
Source: The Daily Herald
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NHL commissioner Gary Bettman called the Glendale City Council's approval of a proposed arena lease agreement by a group headed by Chicago sports mogul Jerry Reinsdorf a terrific step in the process of the league finding a new owner for the Phoenix Coyotes. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Herald
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Fans of the Phoenix Coyotes display a sign reading, "Don't Go Coyotes" during warm ups for an NHL game
Fans of the Phoenix Coyotes display a sign reading, "Don't Go Coyotes" during warm ups for an NHL game in September 2009 in Glendale, Arizona. The National Hockey League is hoping that a proposed sale of the Coyotes franchise to Canadian-base Ice Edge Holdings will keep the team in Phoenix.
 
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