Stop us if you've heard this one before -- a deal to purchase the Phoenix Coyotes didn't work out.Prospective owner Greg Jamison had a deadline of yesterday to buy the team and finalize an arena lease agreement with the City of Glendale, and it didn't happen.
Prior to the Arizona Cardinals miraculous 2009 NFL playoff run -- and Super Bowl loss -- the team had only one playoff win in 60 years. However, the team's tradition of losing aside, the franchise is still worth some serious coin.According to Forbes' list of the 50 most valuable sports franchises ... More >>
ssur.org Of the hundreds of sports franchises in the world, the Arizona Cardinals are worth quite the pretty penny. According to Forbes magazine, the Cards rank as the 30th most valuable sports team in the world. The value of the team, owned by William Bidwill, is a hefty $935 million and the C ... More >>
blogs.bu.edu ESPNESPN has released its "Ultimate Standings", a list that ranks each sports franchise in the four major categories (football, baseball, basketball and hockey). This is the eighth year ESPN has compiled such a list, and this year's rankings should please Valley sports fans. ... More >>
The rookie card for Keith Yandle, who'll be at the Coyotes open house on Thursday.The Phoenix Coyotes ice hockey team is staying in Glendale -- for now. On June 15, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Redfield T. Baum ruled that a June 29 deadline on Canadian Jim Balsillie's bid to buy the team and move it ... More >>
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