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There will be no news conference Tuesday regarding the potential return of the NHL to Winnipeg, True North Sports and Entertainment said Monday afternoon. True North is in negotiations to purchase the Atlanta Thrashers and relocate them to Winnipeg.
Tampa Bay's stunning 5-3, come- from-behind win over Boston on Saturday afternoon got the Lightning back in the Eastern Conference finals, now tied 2-2. That came 18 hours after San Jose held home ice in Game 3 of the Western finals with a 4-3 win at
The NHL gave Atlanta a mulligan, a do-over, a shot at hockey redemption. Too bad the Thrashers never had much of a chance. With the embattled ownership negotiating a sale that could send another Atlanta team
EDT No one is more anxious to officially learn the fate of the Atlanta Thrashers than members of the team. The players have been given no indication one way or the other where they'll be playing home games next season, according to goaltender Chris
Winnipeg's mayor says it's just "a matter of time" before a deal to move the Atlanta Thrashers to Winnipeg is announced...Continued Below He says there is an understanding the deal will move forward but nothing is signed, sealed and delivered yet.
The Thrashers still belong to Atlanta — for now. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly and True North Sports and Entertainment denied a report Thursday that a deal has been reached to sell the team to True
EDT More than one person is asking this these days: How come Gary Bettman fights so hard to keep the Coyotes in Phoenix but not the Thrashers in Atlanta? There are the obvious reasons the NHL commissioner has a group of local politicians in Glendale
The journey of Thelma by the Sea is only a half-mile, but it will take at least three days. And when it's done, Anna Maria Island will have yet another way of simultaneously celebrating historic preservation, economic revitalization and energy
Thrashers president Don Waddell said Monday the team is exploring "all options" for new owners as there are reports that for the first time those options include a group interested in moving the team to Winnipeg. Co-owner Bruce
AP Sports Writer Thrashers president Don Waddell says the team is exploring "all options" for new owners as there are reports that for the first time those options include a group interested in moving the team to Winnipeg. Waddell and NHL deputy