Obviously, there was no way he was winning after the provincial government passed a law to protect the deal and declare it legal. The law is what the government decides it is. Those guys were fools to try to challenge it.
Sorry, but that is complete nonsense. There are whole myriad of reasons why laws passed by legislatures can and have been overturned by court challenges; Canadian history is full of such incidents.
My guess, JUNE 21st, 2012 as the day the Coyotes ceased to exist.
If the Yotes are moving this offseason, I'm inclined to agree with this. I just don't see the team moving after the draft for some reason.
It could really go either way at this point, tbqh. Either delayed into staying for at least another year (as I don't see the courts resolving this in favor of Glendale before the draft) or either the NHL or Jamison just give up and the league is forced to sell to the highest bidder.
anyone wish to give me a short little update? are things looking up for the QC chances? I hope so I'd love to visit again and go to a game up there. and from my experiences in the past I have zero problems with QC fans make the trip to boston.