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The Glendale City Council will decide if it will restructure the lease agreement at its arena in a bid to keep the NHL's Coyotes in town. (AP Photo/File)

NHL watch: Deadline day for Coyotes in Arizona

Seattle lost a shot at the NBA in May, but the city still has a chance to land the NHL. It's all up to what the city council in a Phoenix suburb decides Tuesday night.

The Glendale City Council will decide if it will restructure the lease agreement at its arena in a bid to keep the NHL's Coyotes in town. If the lease deal is voted down, the NHL would likely move the team and Seattle is a possible landing spot.

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn has met with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman. The mayor and members of the Seattle City Council have met with New York-based investors who want to make a play for the team and move it to Seattle.

The league has said it would be fine with KeyArena being its home for two to four years.


Chris Sullivan, KIRO Radio Reporter
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