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NORDS OFFICIAL DENIES MOVE TO DENVER IF DEAL FALLS THROUGH
Published April 20, 1995
Nordiques Media Relations Dir Jean Martineau denied yesterday that the team has "already been sold to Denver interests." Martineau: "There is a lot of interest in the Nordiques by business groups in several American cities, but, as of this day, there is nothing signed." Martineau was responding to a story in Tuesday's ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS that Comsat Video Enterprises, owner of the NBA Nuggets, has negotiated a deal to buy the Nordiques if the team decides to leave Quebec (CP/OTTAWA CITIZEN, 4/20).