Greg Jamison awoke early Sunday to a dreary, cloud-covered day in the Bay Area. By the time he had finished a few tasks and checked his phone, the day was looking much brighter.
The NHL and NHL Players Association had come to a tentative agreement in New York, ending the 113-day lockout. Finally!
That was my first thought, said Jamison, who has been attempting to finalize a purchase of the Phoenix Coyotes for months. My next was: What is it? What did we sign up for?
Jamison hasnt seen more than a few bullet points of the lengthy new collective bargaining agreement. Until he does, he doesnt want to comment on the overall deal. But with that giant roadblock out of the way, Jamison plans to meet with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and deputy commissioner Bill Daly this week or early next week in an attempt to hammer out the final details of the sale.
Jamison said he and the league -- the Coyotes current owner -- have already agreed to a general sale price for the club (he did not na...