Deadline day in Glendale could spell NHL in Seattle

Coyotes vs. Canucks

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson brings you the latest news on the Phoenix Coyotes potentially relocating to Seattle. In what could be a pivotal move in getting the NBA to look at the possibility of expansion in Seattle further, the City of Glendale will vote today on a lease agreement that will decide whether or not the Phoenix Coyotes stay where they are. Should the two sides be unable to reach an agreement, it is highly likely, and some would say almost certain, that Phoenix gets relocated to Seattle.

Seattle spacious and looking for NHL renter

Canucks Girls

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks’ blogger talks about Seattle potentially receiving an NHL team and why they are long overdue for one. It seems fairly certain a team will be moving to Seattle now within the next five years, and heck, it could even happen next season if the current deal being deliberated in the land of the desert dogs doesn’t go down as planned. Regardless, it makes for some fun day-dreaming of all the possibilities that come with an NHL hockey team in Sea-Town.

Canucks vs. Phoenix Coyotes blog: love ’em & hate ‘em

Canucks vs. Coyotes

Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the loss on Tuesday night to the Phoenix Coyotes. Mason Raymond, you have to stop falling down. Even Bambi had this figured out by now. It’s no longer adorable, it’s just sad. Sami Pahlsson’s acquisition was overshadowed a wee bit on Monday, but it is freeing Ryan Kesler up for more offensive zone starts.

New Seattle NBA & NHL arena update: Press conference recap

Seattle NHL & NBA Teams

NWSB Managing Editor Q details the news coming out of Seattle Washington today on the press conference held today by Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, King County Executive Dow Constantine, and hedge fund manager Chris Hansen. We learned about the other investors are involved in this deal, and we know what the pulse of the City council is. Is the NBA and NHL on the way to Seattle?

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