Found May 07, 2012 on Online Sports Guys:
((HT: ABC15.com))There's talk that there may be a tentative deal in place between the league and former San Jose Sharks CEO Greg Jamison...The Bettman is scheduled to hold a 6PM local time presser to discuss the topic with anyone and everyone assembled at Westgate City Center...Here's the early returnsLisa Halverstadt of the Arizona Republic says that Jamison has to finalize a lease agreement with the Glendale City Council and that councilman Phil Lieberman, who has not been a fan of giving any more money to fund the Coyotes, said he was called to an afternoon meeting with Jamison and Bettman.There are still two big "but..." details in all of this...One, according to Halverstadt, is that a four-member majority has given informal support to at least one crucial deal point with Jamison; paying as much as $20 million annually in an arena management fee to the team.The other is Darcy Olsen and the Goldwater Institute... they're keeping an eye on any and every aspec...
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