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The Phoenix Coyotes spent four years looking over their shoulders as numerous potential owners came forward then fell away.
GLENDALE — The Phoenix Coyotes' four-year bid for stability will finally come to a close soon.
A person familiar with the negotiations says a "framework" is in place for a lease agreement that would keep the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes in Arizona.
GLENDALE — The conservative watchdog group Goldwater Institute has filed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the Glendale City Council's vote to approve a lease agreement for Jobing.com Arena with a potential buyer of the Phoenix Coyotes.
'What this playoff run is demonstrating, for sure, is there are a ton of hockey fans in the Valley of the Sun.' - NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on the Coyotes' first-ever playoff series victories this season.
The Westgate entertainment district is nearly empty, a few people watching their kids play in the fountains, a handful of others scattered among the tables and barstools inside the restaurants and bars.
In case of emergency … don’t count on Amar’e Stoudemire.
Contributing columnist Jerry Brown
Right off the bat, let’s be honest: You missed me.
Over the course of 2010, two stories dominated the headlines in Glendale: the city’s fight to prevent a casino from opening near Westgate and the fight to keep the Phoenix Coyotes from leaving.
The Glendale City Council voted to approve a lease agreement with the prospective new owner of the Phoenix Coyotes Tuesday night after nearly five hours of debate and discussion.
NEW YORK — Six NHL teams will open the 2010-11 season in Europe, the fourth straight year the league will begin play overseas.
Scott Bordow: It's safe to say that Arizona never had a decade in sports like the one that's about to end. Championships were won, legends left the game and the death of a hero broke our hearts. The Valley grew up as a sports market, and we were swept along for the ride.
Vincent Lecavalier had two goals and an assist and Mike Smith made 30 saves as the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Phoenix Coyotes 4-1 Monday night.
Scott Bordow: Something strange and wonderful happened in Glendale on Saturday. Thousands of fans showed up for a Phoenix Coyotes game at Jobing.com arena. They wore white T-shirts, waved white pom-poms and loudly cheered a head coach not named Wayne Gretzky.
Scott Bordow: Six months later, we still don’t know who owns the Coyotes.
Scott Bordow: Wayne Gretzky's legacy as an owner and coach is not a Great One. In fact, it was a complete and utter disaster.
Wayne Gretzky has resigned as coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, a departure long rumored as the bankruptcy court battle between Canadian billionaire Jim Balsillie and the NHL over the sale of the financially troubled team dragged on.
A federal bankruptcy judge has scheduled an emergency hearing on Wednesday on a request by Phoenix Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes to force the NHL into mediation over the contentious issues surrounding the sale of the team.
Scott Bordow: Wayne Gretzky was a no-show Saturday as the Coyotes opened training camp. To avoid becoming another distraction, he should stay away for good.
Canadian billionaire has offered the city of Glendale $50 million free of conditions to drop its objections to the transfer of the franchise to Hamilton, Ontario.
Fittingly, the fight for what's left of the Phoenix Coyotes has been narrowed to Canadian billionaire James Balsillie against the National Hockey League.
Ice Edge Holdings has formally pulled out of the bidding for the bankrupt Phoenix Coyotes but hinted it may try to buy the team later.