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Early last week, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and Arizona Coyotes co-owner Anthony LeBlanc denied a New York Post report that stated the team could be sold to billionaire William Foley, who could move the team to Las Vegas, according to Craig Morgan of Fox Sports.

As if this wasn’t enough to stifle rumors that the Arizona coyotes were the latest hockey team on the auction block, consider this: why would a hockey team located in the desert go to another desert to play? Is the air conditioning in hockey arenas that much of a draw?

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Pat Emmel is better at talking about sports than actually playing them.