clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Wednesday's Coyotes Tracks - Jamison Looks to Finish Ownership Deal

New, comments

Yesterday, news broke that Jamison registered a second company in Arizona in hopes of completely the deal with the NHL. With the final pieces of this ownership puzzle slowly coming into place, Jamison will now meet with Commissioner Bettman to close the deal. Helping the Coyotes' move forward with the sale, the new CBA will be officially voted on later today freeing up Bettman's schedule to meet with the prospective owner.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Coyotes News

Greg Jamison registers second Phoenix Coyotes business as he works to finalize purchase - Phoenix Business Journal
Getting his ducks in row, Jamison registered another business in Arizona late last month.

Phoenix Coyotes coach Dave Tippett will focus on team play - AZCentral
Don't expect a normal training camp.

Coyotes GM Don Maloney 1-7-13 - AZSportsTalk.com
GMDM spoke with Roc and Manuch on Monday.

2013 Phoenix Coyotes Season Preview: Forwards - Five For Howling
With the CBA hopefully settled, we can give our full attention to the on-ice product. In this edition of our season preview, we take a look at the Phoenix Coyotes offense.

What A Shortened Season Means For The Team - Howlin' Hockey - A Phoenix Coyotes Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
48 games go by fast.

Hot Hockey Players 2013 - Hottest NHL Players 2013 - Cosmopolitan
Our very own Smitty made the list.

Phoenix Coyotes: A Look at Their Depth Chart for 2013 NHL Season | Bleacher Report
Warning: It's a B/R slideshow. However, the content itself makes it worth all the clicks.

Lockout News

Coyotes captain Shane Doan’s role in NHL labor negotiations - AZCentral
The captain played an integral role in the talks.

Official Vote on N.H.L. Agreement - Unofficial One on Bettman - NYTimes.com
The vote for the new CBA will take place later today

Toronto Maple Leafs Apologise For The Lockout - Pension Plan Puppets
There are a lot of things that Leafs fans think MLSE should apologize for.

Pirates News

Pirates win 8th straight at home | wcsh6.com
The Pirates take their 8th win at home.

Pirates keep on rolling at home - Maine Hockey Journal
Portland came back from a 2-0 hole in the 1st period.

Pirates put on a show - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Goalie Chad Johnson got the win.

Sharks allow five unanswered goals in 7-3 loss to Pirates - Fear The Fin
A review of last night's affair from a Sharks perspective.

Pirates' success may delay arena job | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Pirates' successful season may prove to be a pain in the butt for the construction of their arena, the Cumberland County Civic Center.

Sundogs News

Dog Caller - Sundogs Start the New Year with Road Trip - Five For Howling
Arizona took to the road to see if they could start 2013 like they ended 2012.

Nehring stays hot in Sundogs' shootout win - The Prescott Daily Courier - Prescott, Arizona
Fresh off his CHL player of the week award, Chad Nehring scored the OT winner last night for the Dogs.

Mallards dig hole, lose in shootout - QC Times
Taking the win in a shootout, the Sundogs beat the Quad-City Mallards.

Sundogs' Matt Tassone Called-Up To Lake Erie (AHL) - Prescott News
Forward Tassone is one step closer making the show as he answers the call to the AHL

News From Around the Hockey World

Ilya Kovalchuk staying in the KHL? Rumors are flying | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
We'll believe that when we see it.

Dallas Stars teach Dallas Cowboys valuable lesson in Internet trolling - SBNation.com
Do not mess with the Dallas Stars.

PPP Prognostication: Pacific Division - Pension Plan Puppets
Vote on who you think will win the Pacific.

A recap of Arizona hockey's winter break - Arizona Daily Wildcat
A look back at the last month of Cats hockey.

IIHF president willing to find ‘solutions’ to keep NHLers in Olympics - The Globe and Mail
The issue wasn't settled in the new CBA.

The Final Howl

Down Goes Brown: Surprises in the new NHL CBA deal