Coyotes Tracks - August 30, 2012 - Jamison Says He's Got The Cash, Glendale May Want Deal Changes

GLENDALE, AZ - MAY 07: Greg Jamison, former CEO of the San Jose Sharks, attends a press conference to discuss the potential purchase of the Phoenix Coyotes before the start of Game Five of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Phoenix Coyotes and the Nashville Predators during the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Arena on May 7, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

In the seemingly interminable Phoenix Coyotes ownership soap opera, every time you think there is just one last hurdle another always seems to pop up. On Wednesday Greg Jamison finally emerged from his self imposed media exile to say he has enough money to buy the team. The problem may now be the City of Glendale wanting to amend the proposed lease deal with Jamison. In related news, the Arizona State Supreme Court should be tackling the city of Glendale sales tax case in short order.

Links after the jump...

Coyotes News

Phoenix Coyotes Sale: Greg Jamison Speaks -
Jamison spoke with Channel 10's Jude LaCava.

Phoenix Coyotes deal with Glendale in flux - AZ Central
Lisa talked with Greg Jamison, and he said that he has the money but there are some issues with on the City's end.

Arizona Supreme Court Accepts City of Glendale's Appeal - Five For Howling
The AZ Supreme Court will tackle the ongoing legal battle between the City of Glendale and Save Glendale Now over the legitimacy of the sales-tax initiative.

Arizona Supreme Court fast-tracking Glendale sales tax appeal - Phoenix Business Journal
Glendale attorneys are saying that the court would have to rule before September 7th.

GlendaleFirst! Amicus Brief Press Release
Today the pro-Coyotes PAC filed an Amicus Brief with the Arizona Supreme Court in favor of the City of Glendale.

A Look Back: Phoenix Coyotes Finally Win A Game 2. - Rant Sports
Breaking down the Yotes game 2 struggles and how they broke through against the Preds in last year's playoffs.

Canucks GM on Shane Doan: "We’re going to wait it out" - ProHockeyTalk
Vancouver is willing to wait on Doan. Hopefully they are waiting on something that won't happen.

Countdown To Coyotes Preseason: 26 Days - Five For Howling
With 26 days left until the preseason begins we look at the man who wore the number 26 for a bit last season.

Gladiators News

Clackson, Duddy Return - Official Website - Gwinnett Gladiators
Two players from last year's squad are returning for this upcoming season.

News From Around the Hockey World

Kyle Turris Signs 5-Year, $17.5 Million Contract Extension With Senators - Silver Seven
The former Coyote seems to like his new team much more than he did his old team.

Omark Heads For Switzerland - The Copper & Blue
SInce the OIl didn't seem to want to have him play for them he might as well go to Europe.

Rene Bourque Out 8-12 Weeks - Habs Eyes On The Prize
With a potential lockout looming Bourque may not miss any games.

NHLPA to work on response to NHL's Tuesday proposal - TSN (AP)
The sides don't appear close to an agreement.

Owners attempt to redefine hockey-related revenue, break down NHLPA ‘entitlement’ - Puck Daddy
The players, not surprisingly, aren't thrilled with the league wanting to change what counts as HHR.

The Final Howl

Hockey Practice: Introducing the all-time greatest drill - Backhand Shelf
Justin Bourne talks practicing odd man rushes.

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