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Nightmare on Helm Street:
Here’s a bit from our NOHS mailbag, in which we get sacks and sacks of letters. This one comes to us from a reader in our Desert Contingent here in Arizona, and it regards the issue of our self-proclaimed rivals in the Phoenix Coyotes and, at a larger issue, Detroit’s move to the ranks of the eastern teams and what it means for us fans left behind out west.
Sully - What do you think will happen with PHX ownership issues? The only drawback of moving to the East for me is that I can only get to 1 Red Wings game a year now. I really hope that PHX stays around and would still go a couple of other games if they do.
First things first: Phoenix deal appears to be, if not stabilizing, slowing its descent in the pit of quicksand. Renaissance Sports & Entertainment is the name of the group actually vying for ownership, and a real group with a real name is more than this saga has had in 4 years. Their next challenge is a lease with the City of Glendale, which the citizens the...
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The Phoenix Coyotes have been linked to several cities for relocation.
There could be another possibility if the City of Glendale and an ownership group can't come to an agreement: going dark for the 2013-2014 season.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman didn't deny that the Coyotes -- a franchise that has been under league control for three years -- could go on hiatus.
While the future of the Coyotes in Phoenix remains in doubt, the future of their front office has never been more clear.
The Phoenix Coyotes have signed assistant general manager Brad Treliving to a multi-year contract extension.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Treliving, who also serves as vice president of hockey operations, has been Phoenix's assistant GM since 2007. He also serves as general manager for the Coyotes' AHL affiliate, the Portland Pirates.
The 43-year-old Treliving...
With a decision on the Phoenix Coyotes possible in the next two weeks, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the league remains focused on keeping the team in Arizona.
The NHL has chosen a new ownership group for the team, Renaissance Sports & Entertainment. But the group's deal is contingent on a new lease agreement for Jobing.com Arena, and negotiations with the Glendale...
Phoenix Coyotes forward Paul Bissonnette offered his congratulations to Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin after Malkin agreed to an 8-year $76 Million contract extension with the Penguins on Thursday morning. Malkin’s reply was hysterical as he told Bissonnette, his former teammate, that he would give him some money, though I wouldn’t hold my breath if I was BizNasty...
By NANCY ARMOUR
AP National Writer
CHICAGO -- With a decision on the Phoenix Coyotes possible in the next two weeks, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the league remains focused on keeping the team in Arizona.
The NHL has chosen a new ownership group for the team, Renaissance Sports & Entertainment. But the group's deal is contingent on a new lease agreement for Jobing...