Found June 18, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
from Josh Kosman and Larry Brooks of the New York Post, The New Jersey Devils must have a guardian angel. The National Hockey League is in talks with two investors about taking a minority stake in the money-losing team, The Post has learned. The deal under discussion with ex-Tampa Bay Lightning owner Oren Koules and former pro hockey player Brian Lawton would allow the pair to take eventual ownership of the cash-strapped franchise if they cover losses beyond a certain point, according to sources. “A deal is not far off,” one source said. continued
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