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HUIZENGA WILL SIGN LETTER OF INTENT TO BE IN BROWARD
Published March 14, 1996
Panthers Owner Wayne Huizenga will sign a letter of intent to have his team stay in South FL and play in Broward County, but it "may not free him" from Broward's March 28 deadline to find a buyer. Broward County Administrator Jack Osterholt still wants a buyer by March 28, as the NHL originally agreed to. If Huizenga were to take longer to identify a buyer, the "whole deal could fall through." And if he doesn't meet the March 28 deadline, the Heat become the primary tenant of a new arena, and Huizenga would have to negotiate with them (Karen Rafinski, MIAMI HERALD, 3/14).