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Dennis Gilbert Meets With Rangers Officials About Buying Team
Published October 29, 2009
|Gilbert The Third And Final Potential Owner
To Meet With Rangers In Past Two Weeks
WATCHING THE STARS: In Dallas, Mike Heika writes he believes Hicks when he "says he wants to remain the owner of the Stars." Heika: "He likes this team. He wants this team to win, and he believes it can win and make money." Heika added it is his guess that if Hicks is able to "come out of this financial storm" that is forcing him to sell the Rangers with his ownership of the Stars in tact, he "will do whatever it takes to start spending to the cap again." Heika: "He obviously can't right now because of the financial situation he's in, but I think that he understands for the long-term success of the franchise, the owner of a hockey team in Texas has to spend money" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 10/29).