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COYOTES LIKE DOWNTOWN SPOT, OPT OUT OF CARDS PARTNERSHIP
Published February 6, 1998
The Coyotes "have decided they couldn't commit to moving out of downtown" Phoenix and entering into a multipurpose stadium facility with the Cardinals, according to Kent Somers of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. The Coyotes "preference is to remain at America West Arena." Somers writes that "contrary to the opinions of some, that doesn't damage the Cardinals' chances of getting a new facility built." Cardinals VP Michael Bidwill: "We certainly don't view it as setback" (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 2/6).