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HERE WE GO AGAIN? CLOCK TICKING ON NJSEA/DEVILS PACT
Published September 8, 1995
The Devils and NJSEA have a court-mandated September 15 deadline to solidify a tentative agreement reached on July 13 that would keep the team in NJ until 2007. If the deadline passes, either the deal will fall apart, or the two sides can ask Superior Court Judge Peter Ciolino for an extension when they go before him next week. The Devils didn't submit their proposal to NJSEA until last Friday and NJSEA didn't start reviewing it until Tuesday. Michael Rowe, the exec in charge of Byrne Arena and Giants Stadium, said NJSEA attorneys have looked at the proposal, but declined to say if there are problems (AP/ESPNET, 9/8).