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GREEN'S BUYOUT OF STARS' PARTNERS RESULTING IN LAWSUIT?
Published March 7, 1995
Stars Owner Norm Green's buyout of former North Stars partners Howard Baldwin and Morris Belzberg several years ago "will soon result in a juicy lawsuit," according to sources cited by the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS' Charley Walters. In the deal, Baldwin and Belzberg "were to be paid over several years by Green." Walters notes that the suit will be filed in Palm Springs, CA, because Green, "coincidentally, has a home valued conservatively at $7 million" there. Also in the column, Walters reports "the word" in Dallas is that Green is considering a move to Phoenix because of his inability to get "an adequate arena lease arrangement" (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 3/6).