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Multiple Groups Reportedly Looking At Buying, Moving Thrashers
Published June 9, 2009
|Current Ownership Unlikely To Agree To
Move Thrashers Out Of Atlanta
WELCOME TO MIAMI? TSN's Bob McKenzie said the NHL Panthers' sale to Sports Properties Acquisition Corp. is a "definite maybe." McKenzie noted the sale agreement "still does exist, but there's a major step between the agreement to purchase and actually getting the sale completed, and they're in that gray area right now." McKenzie said the Panthers reportedly are "having some second thoughts about closing the sale with this group." McKenzie: "It could go either way. There are no guarantees it will be sold, but there's certainly a fish on the hook. But whether it gets into the boat or not remains to be seen" ("NHL Live," NHL Network, 6/8).