The scribes are desperately attempting to paint the new prospective buyer of the Coyotes as their next savior! Much like we heard about IEH and Jerry Reinsdorf. The new hope in town, Matt Hulsizer will be looking at other investments after he has had an opportunity to visit with the the royalty of Glendale, known as the city council. The COG remains the largest impediment to a long term ownership position in the desert. The COG has made this a deal that nobody wants, in part because any potential owner will have to get in bed with them for the forseeable future. The facts remain, a poor lease, bad stadium location, low ticket prices, poor corporate support and moderate attendance figures make this franchise a money losing operation no matter what they do. I just heard that Minnesota lost 10MM in each of the last two years. For those who know, the Wild sold out every game in each of those years, they have a lease with great terms, all suites are sold, merchandise sales are amongst the highest in the league and ticket prices are on the high side. So if Minnesota loses money with all of that going for them, please tell me how PHX could possibly make money? Each of these new investors has these figures in front of them and this is precisely why there are no buyers.