Phoenix Coyotes Ownership Saga Rages On, Hulsizer Pulls Out Of Deal

Reports today say that Matthew Hulsizer has pulled out negotiations with Glendale to buy the Phoenix Coyotes from the NHL. Or maybe, this is just all part of the process. We'll see.

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Phoenix Coyotes Clock Ticking, NHL To Sell Or Move Team

The Phoenix Coyotes ownership drama continues to drag on. According to this report, the NHL will either sell or move the team before next season. The league has owned the Coyotes for the last two years.

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Coyotes Fan Blog Fed Up With Ownership Mess, Blames City Of Glendale

We all love Shane Doan, but at some point you stop showing up on line for your daily kick in the nuts. And then you stop going to games because while the hockey is fun all anyone wants to talk about is the ownership bullshit. Then you just get pissed off at hockey in general to the point where it's no longer a fun diversion but just a ritual beating that you stop taking at some point.

By the time this thing gets settled the fanbase that was already small is going to be miniscule. And I don't blame fans one bit for bolting. Sport is supposed to be fun, a hobby, not some massive headache.

So City of Glendale take your sweet time finding yet another buyer to screw over. In the mean time I'm sure more and more people will find something else to do with their time than put up with your incompetence.

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Phoenix Coyotes Official Statement On Ownership Situation

The Phoenix Coyotes issued a brief statement regarding the latest turn over events in the on-going ownership saga. You don't want to read to much into these things, but you can almost feel the weariness in their terse comment.

"The City of Glendale and the National Hockey League continue to negotiate with other interested parties to secure new ownership for the Phoenix Coyotes. The objective continues to be to transition ownership of the Club to an interested purchaser in the coming months."

That's it. That's all they had to say. Then again, what else is there?

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