Jun 28, 2 years ago
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Phoenix To Keep Coyotes Comes Down To One Vote

Phoenix hasn’t been able to find an owner for the Coyotes with the on going owner situation they can’t make trades but today the City of Glendale has to vote on Renaissance Sports & Entertainment package on July 2nd Glendale will pay the owner(s) $15 million to manage Jobing.com Arena Owners reimburse city $6.72 million, Phoenix Coyotes will stay at arena for 15 years unless losses reach $50 million in which the team can leave after 5 years.

The Phoenix Coyotes have an ongoing NHL issue that has future NHL owners looking to bring teams to the area’s as of a Seattle or Quebec or Kansas City taking notice, NHL Comissioner Gary Bettman said “It’s out of the leagues hands” if the Coyotes fail at this vote by Glendale City officials could be moving by next season if a deal is not reached.

The Coyotes have been in Phoenix since 1996 when they left from Winnipeg not much success has came from Phoenix but the Coyotes fans are hoping they will see the Coyotes next season.

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Joseph Chapp

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