NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly noted last week that no group enjoys exclusivity in its bid to purchase the Coyotes. Apparently, that wasnt just lip service.
Sources familiar with the situation confirmed Friday that Darin Pastors group delivered its bid to purchase the Coyotes to the NHL offices in New York, first thing Friday morning.
Among the highlights:According to sources...
NEW YORK (Feb. 1, 2013) -- National Hockey League Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly today released the following statement regarding the Phoenix Coyotes sale process:
“We remain hopeful the Coyotes sale process will be resolved successfully and we will continue to work with the City of Glendale to move the process forward.”
GLENDALE, ARIZONA --- Phoenix Coyotes...
LACE UP THOSE SKATES!
After a lengthy, grueling and acrimonious lockout, it appears that the NHL will make the first steps to starting an abbreviated season by opening camps on Sunday.
NEW YORK (December 28, 2012) -- Bill Daly, Deputy Commissioner of the National Hockey League, released the following statement regarding a new proposal to reach a Collective Bargaining Agreement with the National Hockey League Players' Association:
“In light of media reports this morning, I can confirm that we delivered to the Union a new, comprehensive proposal for a successor...
Time is certainly running out on the NHL and the NHLPA to put aside their differences and work to get a deal done to save the season.
The scenario continues to look grim, though, and it has some wondering if we’ll see hockey again before the fall of 2013.
One man with a large stake in that process, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly, doesn’t think all hope should be lost. In fact...
Daly: Parties in separate rooms all day, players working on something right now, no conclusion to mediation process @nhl
— Pat Leonard (@NYDNRangers) December 12, 2012
Says players will speak to mediator later tonight and mediator will then speak to league. 6.5 hour meeting, never in same room
— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) December 12, 2012
Steve Fehr and Bill Daly holding joint press conference although won't say much. Fehr called it maybe best day so far in this process
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) December 5, 2012
Daly: I think everyone wants to get a deal done, so that's encouraging. Will talk again tomorrow morning. Same group.
— Nick Cotsonika (@cotsonika) December 5, 2012
After yesterday's CBA talks, NHL executive Bill Day said...
...is this guy f'n kidding me?!?!?!?! He's frustrated?! He's frustrated?! How do you think us fans are feeling right now? You have the ability to make everyone's frustrations vanish, but instead you and Bettman have decided to torture your fanbase instead.
The two-month anniversary of the NHL lockout passed without any talks between the league and the NHL Players' Assn.
NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly painted a grim picture when asked by The Times where matters stand and what the next step will be.
I think the process is stalled right now. We are done with making proposals and we don't have any new ideas, he said Thursday...
NEW YORK -- A secret, long-awaited bargaining session has done some good in the NHL labor fight -- so much so that the sides already have plans to get back to the bargaining table soon. NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly and players' association special counsel Steve Fehr met for long stretches Saturday in an undisclosed location, marking the first time the sides had gotten...