Comments on: NHL and Blackberry maker boss face off in court http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/2009/05/19/nhl-and-blackberry-maker-boss-face-off-in-court/ The Reuters global sports blog Wed, 16 Nov 2016 16:27:51 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: andrey http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/2009/05/19/nhl-and-blackberry-maker-boss-face-off-in-court/comment-page-1/#comment-3697 Thu, 17 Sep 2009 16:41:24 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/?p=1657#comment-3697 Please check
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By: Lionel Perron http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/2009/05/19/nhl-and-blackberry-maker-boss-face-off-in-court/comment-page-1/#comment-862 Wed, 27 May 2009 22:10:21 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/?p=1657#comment-862 U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Redfield T. Baum overruled both the NHL and Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes on Wednesday May 27 and moved up the date of the hearing on the possibility of relocating the team to June 9 from its original date of June 22. He also ordered that if he decides the Coyotes can be moved, the auction for the team will be on June 22. If his decision is that the team must stay in its suburban Glendale arena, the sale will be put off until September 29.

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By: TLTommy http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/2009/05/19/nhl-and-blackberry-maker-boss-face-off-in-court/comment-page-1/#comment-793 Thu, 21 May 2009 14:50:01 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/?p=1657#comment-793 I understand how the fans who have lost their team feel. Yet this is all a little confusing. You can’t just put teams back in cities where they will not flourish, of course; yet not all being economists, how do we know we can trust the person who says that a team can’t make it in Winnipeg, etc? I am a native New Yorker, but like all U.S. hockey fans, I appreciate how proud Canada is of its hockey tradition, and I want to see more teams in Canada as well. I don’t mind that there was an effort to expand the league, but with some exceptions, I don’t think it has worked exceptionally well. Thirty teams is too many, and there are cities that just don’t seem to care. You can’t easily convert a sunbelter to an ice worshipper. So I say let them move the team out of Phoenix if there isn’t enough support there. Although Hamilton is going to squeeze two existing franchises, so I don’t know how much sense that makes. Boy, there are no easy answers here.

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By: brian http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/2009/05/19/nhl-and-blackberry-maker-boss-face-off-in-court/comment-page-1/#comment-782 Tue, 19 May 2009 16:19:14 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/?p=1657#comment-782 I think more of the teams will shift eventually either to Kansas City, Vegas..maybe Seattle and perhaps Winnipeg. Not only that in time some teams from Canada could be in trouble. The ticket prices are getting a bit much and since there doesn’t seem to be a chance the Stanley Cup is going to be won by a Canadian team anytime soon it’s possible to lose teams. Buffalo is a prime example of how Canadians feel regarding teams in the southern usa. There is a chance that they could lose the Buffalo Bills to Toronto as well as down the road the Sabres..they know exactly where we are coming from. If 2 or 3 teams in the NFL uprooted and ended up in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver…people in the cities that lost their teams would feel just the same way Winnipeg and Quebec city feel about losing their teams.

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