Thursday, April 14, 2011
Hey Mr. Bettman, If it's good for daytime TV!! ABC cancels two soap operas..
ABC Cancels ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’
And in other related developments, could it be that the longest running soap opera in the NHL may also be about ready to be brought to an end?
Hints continue to filter out that the NHL may finally be growing weary of the drawn out, financially draining exercise of keeping the Phoenix Coyotes in an Arizona dog house, the most recent developments having the yotes on the road to Winnipeg as soon as Detroit brings their season to a conclusion.
It's perhaps not the most advantageous time for Dave Tippet's team to hear more of the future, what with the Stanley Cup playoffs currently in progress and such, a situation that must be doing wonders for focus.
But with NHL owners growing lighter in the pocket by the day with the never ending suspense of who will step up today to take ownership of the wandering wards of the league, playoffs or not, it seems that the time may finally be nigh for a decision to be made.
With the NHL owners having footed the Coyote bill since the fall of 2009, it would seem that the cash machine may finally be tapped out, as the discussions to move the Coyotes back to their ancestral home apparently heat up!
True North expected to trigger campaign for NHL season tickets
Coyotes deal on last leg, True North ready
Winnipeg on the radar
The Bettman ultimatum
Glendale not cooperative on Coyotes
Winnipeg looks like only option for NHL
The cost of moving
We should get answers to our Coyotes question soon
Coyotes deal on last legs
Why saddle Glendale taxpayers with risk?
NHL's Gary Bettman may soon issue ultimatum on Coyotes deal
Coyotes AZ prospects down; options remain
NHL says Coyotes - to - Winnipeg report "isn't true"
Daly refutes report that Coyotes' move to Winnipeg close
NHL denies report that Coyotes will move to Winnipeg after playoffs
Full coverage from the Winnipeg Free Press
For Mr. Bettman the signals seem clear, take the hint from ABC, All the Children of the Coyotes seemingly have had their One life to live in the desert, it's time to move on and with that in mind, one suspects that it's now time to move north!