Found February 12, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
from Paul Giblin of the Arizona Republic, Two previously unsuccessful bidders for the Phoenix Coyotes have joined efforts to explore whether to make another attempt to purchase the orphaned franchise. Canadian marketing professional Anthony LeBlanc and Chicago financier Matthew Hulsizer, who previously came up short in efforts to buy the Coyotes, are “exploring options” about possible terms and conditions to acquire the team anew, LeBlanc told The Arizona Republic on Monday. LeBlanc would serve as the front man for the investment group, which eventually could include five or six investors, he said. Hulsizer confirmed his involvement in the venture but deferred further comment to LeBlanc. continued
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