Found June 14, 2013 on One is the Loneliest Number:

As all the speculation continues to swirl and the rumor mill continues to churn, news broke this evening that the City of Glendale and prospective Phoenix Coyotes ownership group Renaissance Sports and Entertainment (RSE) somehow finagled through a financial crossroads in a potential deal for the club.

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