NHL, Ex-Coyotes Owner Reach Deal To End Faceoff Over Debt

By Zachary Zagger (April 21, 2016, 6:06 PM EDT) -- The National Hockey League has reached a settlement with former Arizona Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes over debts and legal costs the league incurred when it was forced to purchase the team out of bankruptcy in 2009, according to court documents filed in Arizona federal court Wednesday.

The NHL has been sparring with Moyes, his wife, Vickie, and their family trust over the allocation of costs from the league's acquisition of the team since a decision last year by U.S. District Judge G. Murray Snow allowing the NHL to recover debts the Coyotes once owed to unsecured creditors and amounts owed to...

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