Yesterday the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that the tax petition should go on the ballot. While this may have surprised a few people, myself included, I do not believe that we have heard the last of this issue. That being said, it should be assumed that this is in no way going to delay a Coyotes sale to Greg Jamison, which is good because Shane Doan's agent said yesterday that a deadline has been set again, this time September 15th. We have those stories and more after the jump below.
New Shane Doan deadline: Before CBA expires and the lockout begins | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Looks like Shane is going to sign with a team before September 15, at least according to his agent.
Brandon Gormley leads solid defensive prospect group for Phoenix Coyotes -
Top Coyotes prospect stays on top
AZ Court of Appeals Places Sales-Tax Initiative Back on the Ballot - Five For Howling
FFH's Brendan Porter breaks down yesterday's court ruling
Countdown To Coyotes Preseason: 31 Days - Five For Howling
The Countdown to Coyotes Preseason reaches number 31, with that Carl looks back at Paul Bissonnette's 31 regular season played games
Court: Glendale tax affecting Phoenix Coyotes should be on ballot
The Arizona Court of Appeals heard arguments on Thursday about a Glendale sales tax measure that plays a role in the city's arena deal for the hockey team.
News From Around the Hockey World
How many years of productivity do Thornton and Marleau have left? - Fear The Fin
The guys over at Fear the Fin take a look at how much Thornton and Marleau have left in the tank
NHL lockout 2012 compared to 2004-05 - Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated compares this season's possible NHL lock out to the lock out of 2004 - 05
Brief history of Evander Kane trade request denials with the Winnipeg Jets | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Recent rumors of Evander Kane wanting to jet out of Winnipeg isn't anything new
Yakupov's leg not infected - Edmonton Oilers - News
Nail's leg is not infected as originally reported, returns to action Friday at Perry Pearn's 3-on-3 Camp
The Stanley Cup comes to 18 Degrees - 18-degrees.com
You can see the Cup in Scottsdale, August 29th.
The Final Howl
Some Unfortunate Couple Got An Islanders-Themed Box To Hold Their Wedding Gifts
"We found love in a hopeless place."