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Topic - Jeffrey Vanderbeek
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.
The minority owners of the New Jersey Devils are finalizing a deal to sell their interest in the NHL team and give managing partner Jeff Vanderbeek some new partners.
Devils owner Jeff Vanderbeek, who spearheaded Newark's tournament bid two years ago, said that he heard nothing but positive responses from the NCAA with regards to Newark.
Vanderbeek said The Rock is now the sixth-busiest facility in the country in terms of events and attendance, with more than 2.5 million fans coming to see the Devils, Nets, and Seton Hall basketball, as well as concerts and other events.