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Topic - Tom Golisano
Even if you're a Giants fan, it should be possible to root a bit for the archrival Dodgers if nice-guy Joe Torre becomes part of the club's ownership group.
A once-sleepy movement that would upend the Electoral College, reverse two centuries of constitutional practice and elect presidents by direct popular vote has quietly picked up momentum in recent days, with Republican Party leaders scrambling to stanch a steady stream of defections by GOP state lawmakers to the plan.
Lindy Ruff still hasn't achieved his ultimate wish of bringing a Stanley Cup to Buffalo, but at least he'll get a couple more years to try.
Terry Pegula will formally close on his $189 million purchase of the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday, a little over three months after the Pennsylvania billionaire first approached Tom Golisano to purchase the franchise.
Terry Pegula has the NHL's approval to purchase the Buffalo Sabres. There's no doubt the team's fans are on board, too.
The NHL's board of governors is voting on the sale of the Buffalo Sabres to Terry Pegula, putting the Pennsylvania billionaire in a position to have control of the franchise by next week.
Pennsylvania billionaire Terry Pegula is scheduled to take control as owner of the Buffalo Sabres next week, a person familiar with the franchise's sale told The Associated Press on Thursday.
The Buffalo Sabres aren't sold, yet.
In calling Terrence Pegula "a great guy," Buffalo Sabres minority owner Larry Quinn has declined to confirm a report that the Pennsylvania billionaire is interested in buying the NHL franchise.
In failing to rule out the possibility of the Sabres being sold, minority owner Larry Quinn declined to discuss a report that a Pennsylvania billionaire is interested in purchasing the NHL franchise.
Joe Kontrabecki of Phoenix Apparel and Marketing/andBuffalo helped come up with the Pegula T-shirt design shortly after Golisano announced he had agreed to sell the team.
In announcing the sale, Golisano said he and Pegula agreed on a short list of players who wouldn't be traded.