NHL no longer denying relocation a possibility for the Coyotes?
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01-31-2013, 11:04 PM
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Seattle is a front-runner, w/ Levin..... Houston's a no-go, even if the Wild pull out, if Alexander's a landlord,Nick, the WNBA Comets were perennial powers in Houston under Alexander's stewardship, but the minute they were sold, and lost those dates in the TC, they were gone within 3 years.
i dont think minnesota is an issue in houston. Leipold owes everyone for getting him out of nashville and into minnesota. He'll find another place for the aeros of the NHL wants into houston.
Les Alexander is the issue. If he wants a franchise, he can have it. If he doesnt (or cant afford one?), houston is out. It has to be owned by Les to work.
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