Found June 18, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Cinderella story almost came through for the New Jersey Devils. But now, instead of a Stanley Cup win and the proceeds from a great postseason run bailing out the financially struggling franchise, the NHL appears to be poised to take over the club, the New York Post reports. If Devils owner Jeff Vanderbeek can't refinance the team's debt before Aug. 14, the league will take over, the Post reports. Vanderbeek is said to be a near a deal where he could sell a majority stake of the team to a new investor and pay off the $77 million in...
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