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Published October 10, 1997
NHL: In N.Y., Marc Berman reports that Coyotes co-Owner Steven Gluckstern is expected to sign contract documents today for his $195M purchase of the Islanders. Berman's source said that Gluckstern will purchase 50% of the team; partner Howard Milstein, will get 40% and 10% will be divided among Stephen Ross and Dan Doctoroff. Milstein, Ross and Doctoroff are in real estate (N.Y. POST, 10/10). NFL: SI's Peter King reports that Oilers Owner Bud Adams "has informed club employees that he must approve all expenses of more than $200" (SI, 10/13 issue). MLB: In Miami, fewer than 4,000 tickets remain for Game Five of the NLCS on Sunday. More than 51,000 tickets have been sold for Games Three and Four (SUN-SENTINEL, 10/10).