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JERSEY TRAFFIC REPORT: THERE'S A TIE-UP NEAR THE TURNPIKE
Published October 23, 1995
Negotiations between the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority and the Devils have "broken down," according to a "well-placed" NJSEA official cited by the N.Y. POST. That source claimed a "gut feeling" that not only would both parties not sign a long-term lease agreement by the November 1 deadline, but that the two sides "are indeed headed for court on the original June breach of contract suit and counter-suits" (Larry Brooks, N.Y. POST, 10/21). Several reports note the Devils were 3,000 short of a full-house for their rematch with the Red Wings on Thursday.