A local group trying to keep the Predators in Nashville is on the verge of signing a letter of intent.
Owner Craig Leipold has been working with a group of local investors to finalize a bid for the team since flying to New York on July 18 for a meeting with NHL officials.
Leipold has been trying to sell his franchise because he said he has lost $70 million since being awarded the team in June 1997.
This might mean that the team is not moving anywhere for now. Is this good news for the NHL?
Preds staying, for now
I've got all the plans ready (just not the money) for a feasible and sustainable challenger to the NHL.
Dave, 2007-08-25 21:34:10
Jimmy have you ever received a confidential document. You have to sign a waiver saying you keep it confidential. Apperently your lawyer signed it then went on national television and broke it. Look them up on the internet. like I said take some business courses and learn where your paycheck comes from.
Ya they get rich to blow it for you to watch hockey.
My wifes pension owns the leafs. They don't take money out her pension to pay the salaries.
wayne, 2007-08-23 13:04:52
Like in Detriot, Mr.Illitch the owner of the Redwings also owns the little caesars pizza chain. Maybe you have heard of it LMAO. There are a few in Hamilton LOL.
Jimmy, 2007-08-22 19:42:14
I can only hope you are trying to be funny by saying the owners dont pay the players salaries.
What pro writers say Buffalo gets a veto vote ? Name 5 since you say there are so many of them LOL.
You still havent said what site has a copy of the NHL By-Laws posted, this I have to see but I can see you made this up to LOL.
Jimmy, 2007-08-22 19:14:44