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Published September 20, 1994
Timberwolves suitor Glen Taylor has also expressed interest in buying the Twins. Taylor: "I have talked to Carl [Pohlad] and we may have a story someday." Pohlad might sell a minority interest in the team once the strike is resolved, and give the purchaser "an option to buy it all eventually." Taylor has also said he would like to bring an NHL franchise to the area, making him "the Wayne Huizenga of Minnesota" (Sid Hartman, Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 9/17).... The Arena Football League will announce today that a St. Louis franchise will begin play in the Kiel Center in 1995. The team, owned by the Blues, is yet to be named (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 9/20)....In Dallas, Dan Noxon writes on the future of NHL expansion, and notes that Oklahoma City "promises to make at least as much noise" as Atlanta, Phoenix and Denver (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 9/18).