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
Chris, 2007-06-28 11:59:26
Heard the news this morning. Predators going to the lowest bidder (huh) and moving to Kansas City. Keep your dream though. They are important in life.
wayne, 2007-06-28 07:48:30
LOL yea I am sure you hang out with billionaires LOL. Its plain to me you get confused very easily so I bet you are just a kid that thinks he knows more than people that get there info right from Mr.Basillie's lawyer when he was on the tv / radio show about 2 weeks ago reading right from the NHL By-Laws. You have never seen the By-Laws because its only available to the owners.
Mr.Basillie wouldnt sue the NHL until he buys and moves the team and is told he cant, then it will end up in court! next time you " are golfing " with Joe Louis say hi to him from me as we are golfing buds to LOL. I guess you were under a rock when Al davis owner of the NFL'S Raiders sued the league when they told him he couldnt move his team, Al Davis won his lawsuit and moved his team! I guess you didnt know about that did you Wayne ? LOL
You make me laugh with your bs stories LOL, I almost fell out of my chair at your latest story, please keep writing as its some of the most funniest stuff I have read since my kids started writing stories in elementary school. OMG my sides hurt from laughing so much at your rubbish Wayne.
Jimmy, 2007-06-27 21:01:02