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Topic - Anthony Leblanc
Anthony LeBlanc called owning an NHL franchise every Canadian kid's dream when his group completed the purchase of the Phoenix Coyotes last summer.
The Phoenix Coyotes took a big step toward stability Tuesday night when the Glendale City Council ratified an arena lease agreement with a prospective owner of the franchise.
"Other than the disappointment of not making the playoffs, it really was a dream come true to have the ability to run a hockey club and get a season under our belts and learn what we did right and we did wrong," LeBlanc said. "Luckily, we feel we progressed in the right direction."
"I'm actually very bullish on this team when you factor those things (injuries) in," LeBlanc said. "Of course, the injury bug could hit again - it happens to everybody - but at the end of the day we're feeling better about our chances. But there's no question we have to make some changes."