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MORE LEGAL WOES FOR KINGS OWNERS
Published December 6, 1994
In May, embattled L.A. Kings Owner Bruce McNall sold 72% of the Kings to Jeffrey Sudicoff and Joseph Cohn. "Now, Sudicoff is in a spot of trouble himself" -- as CEO of IDB Communications Group, Sudociff is "target of a criminal investigation concerning its accounting procedures." Sudicoff reportedly has been involved in the federal grand jury probe, and the SEC has "drawn Sudicoff into its own examination of big telecommunications firms" (Jim Proudfoot, TORONTO SUN, 12/6).