Coyotes Tracks - July 10, 2012 - 5 O'clock Has Come And Gone

May 7, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; Greg Jamison speaks at a press conference regarding the potential sale of the Phoenix Coyotes to the Jamison Group prior to game five of the 2012 Western Conference semifinals at Arena. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE

Yesterday was a quiet day at the Glendale City Clerk's office, no press, no cameras, and more importantly no Jones or Cobb. The duo did not turn in any paperwork, theoretically starting the clock for Mr. Jamison to complete the transaction with the NHL. However the wrench in the works is Ken and Joe think they have another week to gather signatures and have vowed to fight the City in court if they don't accept them next week. Stay Tuned.

Coyotes News

Statement Regarding Forward Brett MacLean - Phoenix Coyotes
Brett MacLean is steadily improving.

The Desert Dog Blog: Maloney Confident Coyotes Will Re-Sign Doan - The Desert Dog Blog - by Dave Vest
Dave Vest with quotes from GMDM on Doan and other free agency concerns.

It’s July 9, do you know where your Shane Doan is? - Backhand Shelf
Cam Charron breaks down what teams would likely get from Doan on the ice.

Special Report: Anti-Coyotes Petition Not Turned In - Five For Howling
The petitions being collected by Ken Jones and Joe Cobb weren't turned in today, their due date, which is good news for the Phoenix Coyotes and their fans. There is still more to be done though, but things seem to be improving.

Phoenix Coyotes Ownership Update - Rant Sports
More than 30 days have passed since the Glendale city council approved a lease agreement with prospective Phoenix Coyotes buyer Greg Jamison

In Arizona, a Battle Over Keeping the N.H.L.’s Coyotes -
The Coyotes once seemed like a great investment to Glendale, Ariz., but now they are perhaps the most tortured example of the perils of public funding for privately held teams.

What The City Of Glendale Is Paying As Compared To Phoenix And The Suns - Howlin' Hockey - A Phoenix Coyotes blog
A comparison of the lease agreements for Arena and other arenas in the valley.

News From Around the Hockey World

Looking at the things that make a player "good in the dressing room" | Backhand Shelf | Blogs |
Justin Bourne looks at what makes a player fit well in the dressing room.

2012 NHL Free Agency: Should Dallas Stars Be Interested In Shane Doan? - Defending Big D
Brandon Worley explains why Doan is unlikely to land in Dallas.

Top 10 Prospects: 2012 NHL Organizational Rankings - Hockey Prospectus
The Coyotes come in at #28.

SB Nation's Hockey Writers On Fixing The NHL Network's Eternal Summer Of Reruns -
Our very own Travis Hair weighed in.

The Final Howl

As 2036 Approaches, Officials Push New Plan for Former Nassau Hub - Lighthouse Hockey

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