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Topic - Greg Jamison
The Phoenix Coyotes finally have an owner.
The prospective owner of the Phoenix Coyotes is unlikely to complete a deal to buy the team from the NHL before a lease agreement with the City of Glendale expires, a league official told The Associated Press on Thursday.
The Phoenix Coyotes are a step close to having an owner after three years of waiting.
Price is not holding up the sale of the Phoenix Coyotes, and it's premature to discuss a Plan B for the franchise's future, according to NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman.
"You have to have goals, things you think you can accomplish," Jamison said. "We firmly believe that a good path has started in recent years and we want to build on that. It's basically just good hard work. It's exciting and this is a product we believe in"
"It's been some interesting times, some ups and some downs, but the future we believe is very bright," Jamison said. "The future is bright for participants, for fans and sponsors and suite holders, and we're excited about it."