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CFL Argonauts co-Owners Considering Making Bid For Coyotes
Published October 29, 2009
|Sokolowski Expected To Meet
With Glendale City Officials Monday
WINNER TAKE ALL: SI.com's Sarah Kwak wrote the "'Field of Dreams' formula for success ... if you build it, they will come; if you win there, they will come back," is a "familiar theme" in Phoenix. Coyotes RW Shane Doan: "I really do believe (the Coyotes) can survive here. But it takes us winning because if you don't win, there are just too many options here in the valley." Coyotes RW Scottie Upshall: "We can't just be an average team this year because ultimately, that's what's going to hurt this franchise, is us not being competitive. Stay competitive, and the fans will come." Upshall added, "I'm sure (creative ways to build a fan base) is something this organization has talked about, but without an owner, you know, it's tough to really get anything together" (SI.com, 10/28).