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Monday, May 27, 2024

The Arizona Coyotes Bite Back

Colorado Avalanche left wing Matt Nieto (83) and Arizona Coyotes defenseman Connor Mackey (12) battle for the puck during the third period at Mullett Arena.
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The Arizona Coyotes are suing the city of Phoenix for $2.3 billion in damages, which is “coincidentally” how much they plan to spend on their new arena development in Tempe.

Owen Poindexter breaks down that story, and then we hear from Intersport Global President Brian Greybill on turning big sporting events like the Masters into full-fledged fan experiences.

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