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Coyotes sale expected within week, Arizona to get expansion team: report

The Arizona Coyotes will likely be sold to Utah Jazz owner Ryan Smith shortly after the team's final game and will include a provision guaranteeing current owner Alex Meruelo an expansion team if a new arena is built within five years, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press on Saturday.The $1 billion US sale is expected to happen between the Coyotes' final game of the season Wednesday and start of the playoffs Saturday, barring unforeseen circumstances, the person said on condition of anonymity because the plann...

The Arizona Coyotes will likely be sold to Utah Jazz owner Ryan Smith shortly after the team's final game and will include a provision guaranteeing current owner Alex Meruelo an expansion team if a new arena is built within five years, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press on Saturday.

The $1 billion US sale is expected to happen between the Coyotes' final game of the season Wednesday and start of the playoffs Saturday, barring unforeseen circumstances, the person said on condition of anonymity because the planned deal has not been announced.

The deal will transfer the franchise's hockey operations first to the NHL and then to Smith, who plans to move the team to Salt Lake City, and Meruelo will maintain business operations to move forward with a planned $3 billion project that will include a new arena in north Phoenix. Meruelo also will continue to own the Tucson Roadrunners, the franchise's American Hockey League affiliate, and plans to move the team to Mullett Arena in Tempe, the current temporary home of the Coyotes.

Once an arena is built, Meruelo will pay back by the $1 billion and move forward with the expansion franchise.

Meruelo and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman are expected to announce the deal at a joint news conference next week once the deal is completed. Coyotes general manager Bill Armstrong travelled to Edmonton on Friday night to inform players and coaches of the team's plans after news of the potential relocation to Utah were leaked.

"We are focused on a myriad of issues that are unresolved and therefore we are unable to make any official comments at this time," Meruelo said in a statement released on Saturday. "However, you have my commitment that I am going to speak on all of these issues and publicly address all of your concerns as promptly as possible."

The NHL had supported the Coyotes' plan to buy a tract of land at auction to build a new arena, but was hesitant to have the team continue playing at 5,000-seat Mullett Arena, which they share with Arizona State University's hockey team. The Coyotes had hoped to close a deal on the land valued at $68 million by the end of last year before delays pushed the auction until June.

Tempe arena not up to NHL standards

Meruelo has been adamant about not wanting to sell the team and rebuffed numerous offers through the years, but is going through with the deal because he felt it was unfair to the players to continue playing in an arena that's not up to NHL standards, the person said. The uncertainty of the land auction meant the Coyotes couldn't guarantee a new arena was built, which, given the franchise's past struggles finding a permanent home, led the NHL to push Meruelo to seek other options.

Meruelo wanted to keep the Roadrunners and move them to Tempe to keep as much of his business operations in tact as the group works with Phoenix city officials to build the new arena, along with continuing the franchise's youth hockey programs in the state, the person said.

The Coyotes have been on uncertain ground almost since the day the franchise relocated from Winnipeg.

The team shared then-America West Arena with the NBA's Phoenix Suns before moving to Glendale in 2003. When an ownership group that included developer Steve Ellman and Wayne Gretzky ran into financial difficulties, the franchise was sold to trucking magnate Jerry Moyes in 2005.

When Moyes filed for bankruptcy in 2009, the NHL assumed operational control of the franchise and paid its bills for the next four years until the franchise was purchased by a group of Canadian businessmen in 2013. Philadelphia hedge fund manager Andrew Barroway bought controlling interest from that group the next year and the rest of the shares of the team in 2017. Meruelo bought controlling interest from Barroway in 2019.

The Coyotes had a long-term, multimillion deal to play at then-Gila River Arena in Glendale before the city backed out of it in 2015. The franchise had been on an annual lease with Glendale until the city announced it would not renew for the 2021-22 season.

The Coyotes had hoped to build a $2.3 billion entertainment district with a new arena in Tempe, but voters overwhelmingly turned down the referendum last year. The team has played the past two seasons at Mullett Arena.

Glendale renames street ‘Satisfaction Way’ to commemorate upcoming Rolling Stones concert

PHOENIX – After nearly 60 years of lamenting their inability to attain it, the Rolling Stones are finally getting some satisfaction — in the form a Glendale street.The West Valley suburb on Monday ceremonially renamed a portion of 95th Avenue as “Satisfaction Way” to commemorate the World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band’s upcoming return to State Farm Stadium.Street signs bearing the ceremonial name, along with the Stones’ iconic tongue logo, were hung along 95th Avenue between Glendale A...

PHOENIX – After nearly 60 years of lamenting their inability to attain it, the Rolling Stones are finally getting some satisfaction — in the form a Glendale street.

The West Valley suburb on Monday ceremonially renamed a portion of 95th Avenue as “Satisfaction Way” to commemorate the World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band’s upcoming return to State Farm Stadium.

Street signs bearing the ceremonial name, along with the Stones’ iconic tongue logo, were hung along 95th Avenue between Glendale Avenue and Camelback Road, through the Westgate Entertainment District and stadium grounds.

The temporary street name is a reference to “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” which came out in 1965 and became one of the most enduring hits in rock and roll history.

‘Satisfaction Way’ isn’t Glendale’s only tribute

In another nod to a Stones song title, Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers declared May 7, the day of the concert, as “Ruby Tuesday.” Some Westgate merchants will celebrate by offering special items, including “Pour Some Brown Sugar on Me Wings” at Shane’s Rib Shack and “Paint It Black” punch from Johnny’s Chicken & Waffles.

“Satisfaction Way” isn’t Glendale’s first special tribute to a performer. The suburb temporarily renamed itself “Swift City” when Taylor Swift kicked off her “Eras Tour” at State Farm Stadium in March 2023.

Glendale is one of just 16 cities on the Stones’ “Hackney Diamonds Tour” itinerary. Tickets are available for the Valley concert through SeatGeek. Norteño music star Carin León will open the show.

The Phoenix-area stop is the third of the tour, which kicks off April 28 in Houston and concludes July 17 in Santa Clara, California.

How Rolling Stones will make history in Glendale

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and company will be the first musical artists to bring three tours to the home of the Arizona Cardinals. The iconic British band’s last appearance was in 2019 during the “No Filter Tour.” The Stones also brought their “A Bigger Bang Tour” to the venue in 2006 when it was known as University of Phoenix Stadium.

“The longevity of the Rolling Stones is remarkable and the fact that their appeal spans multiple generations of music lovers is really unique,” Glendale City Manager Kevin Phelps said in a press release.

“Having these Rock and Roll Hall of Famers headed to Glendale solidifies the city as a vibrant destination. This is on the heels of crowning the NCAA Men’s Final Four and Super Bowl LVII champions, plus Taylor Swift’s record-setting ‘Eras Tour’ kicking off at State Farm Stadium. Glendale is a premier destination for mega-events.”

Baseball Recap: Glendale Prep Academy picks up fourth straight win at home

Glendale Prep Academy's game last Thursday was a tough loss, but they didn't let that memory haunt them on Monday. They skirted past the Bourgade Catholic Golden Eagles 9-8....

Glendale Prep Academy's game last Thursday was a tough loss, but they didn't let that memory haunt them on Monday. They skirted past the Bourgade Catholic Golden Eagles 9-8.

Josiah Simms made a splash while hitting and pitching. He pitched 2.1 innings while giving up no earned run off three hits (he also only allowed one walk). Simms has been consistent recently: he hasn't given up more than two walks in four consecutive pitching appearances. Simms was also big at the plate, going 3-for-5 with two RBI.

In other batting news, the team relied heavily on Casey Kim, who scored a run while getting on base in all four of his plate appearances. Another player making a difference was Braden Green, who scored a run while getting on base in four of his five plate appearances.

On Bourgade Catholic's side, Angel Jacquez was cooking despite his team's loss, scoring two runs and stealing two bases while going 1-for-3. Marlon Delgado was another key contributor, scoring two runs and stealing three bases while getting on base in two of his four plate appearances.

Glendale Prep Academy's victory was their fourth straight at home, which pushed their record up to 7-7-1. Those victories were due in large part to their hitting performance across that stretch, as they averaged 11.0 runs per game. As for Bourgade Catholic, they are on an 11-game losing streak that has dropped them down to 2-18.

Glendale Prep Academy will be playing at home against Northland Prep Academy at 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday. Glendale Prep Academy and Northland Prep Academy are at an even 5-5 over their past ten head-to-heads. As for Bourgade Catholic, they will head out on the road to challenge Maryvale Prep at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Maryvale Prep hasn't scored more than two runs for four games straight, a trend the squad is eager to reverse.

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They're not painting it black, but Glendale renamed this street in honor of the Rolling Stones

Glendale's mayor issued a proclamation declaring May 7 as "Ruby Tuesday," in honor of the rock band.GLENDALE, Ariz. — A section of 95th Avenue has been ceremonially renamed in honor of the Rolling Stones ahead of the rock band's visit to the City of Glendale.The city announced this week that the portion of the street running between Glendale Avenue and C...

Glendale's mayor issued a proclamation declaring May 7 as "Ruby Tuesday," in honor of the rock band.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — A section of 95th Avenue has been ceremonially renamed in honor of the Rolling Stones ahead of the rock band's visit to the City of Glendale.

The city announced this week that the portion of the street running between Glendale Avenue and Camelback Road has been dubbed "Satisfaction Way," a reference to one the band's biggest hit songs.

The Rolling Stones will become the first musical act to bring three tours to State Farm Stadium when the British band performs on May 7.

VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL: Glendale cambia nombre de calle en honor a los Rolling Stones

“Having these Rock and Roll Hall of Famers headed to Glendale solidifies the city as a vibrant destination," Glendale City Manager Kevin Phelps said in a statement. "This is on the heels of crowning the NCAA Men’s Final Four and Super Bowl LVII champions, plus Taylor Swift’s record-setting Era’s tour kicking off at State Farm Stadium. Glendale is a premier destination for mega-events."

Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers has also issued a proclamation declaring May 7 as "Ruby Tuesday," another reference to a popular Stones song.

Glendale has previously welcomed famous musicians by issuing proclamations.

When Taylor Swift brought the Eras tour to State Farm Stadium last year, the city temporarily renamed itself "Swift City."

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What is the Valley?:

“The Valley” is what locals call the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. It is considered the largest metropolitan area in the Southwest.

The Valley is made up of various major cities other than Phoenix, including:

Whether a city is in the “East Valley” or “West Valley” depends on where it is in relation to Phoenix.

The cities of the Valley have a combined population of 4,845,832 people, according to the 2020 United States Census. This makes it the 11th largest metropolitan area in the country right behind the Boston and Atlanta areas.

How big is Maricopa County?

Maricopa County is the United States’ 4th largest county in terms of population with 4,485,414 people, according to the 2020 Census.

The county contains around 63% of Arizona’s population and is 9,224 square miles. That makes the county larger than seven U.S. states (Rhode Island, Delaware, Connecticut, Hawaii, New Jersey, Massachusetts and New Hampshire).

One of the largest park systems in the nation is also located in Maricopa County. The county has an estimated 120,000 acres of open space parks that includes hundreds of miles of trails, nature centers and campgrounds.

The county’s seat is located in Phoenix, which is also the state capital and the census-designated 5th most populous city in the United States.

The county was named after the Maricopa, or Piipaash, Native American Tribe.

Satisfaction Way: Glendale renames street for Rolling Stones concert at State Farm Stadium

Glendale, Arizona, is taking a page from its Taylor Swift playbook.The city is ceremonially renaming a portion of 95th Avenue in Westgate Entertainment District Satisfaction Way in honor of the ...

Glendale, Arizona, is taking a page from its Taylor Swift playbook.

The city is ceremonially renaming a portion of 95th Avenue in Westgate Entertainment District Satisfaction Way in honor of the Rolling Stones' concert on Tuesday, May 7, at State Farm Stadium.

On Monday, April 15, Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers proclaimed May 7 to be Ruby Tuesday. He read the proclamation at a news conference that featured students from the School of Rock getting their ya-ya’s out on a cover of “Sympathy for the Devil.”

The mayor was then lifted up to uncover the Satisfaction Way sign.

Unlike any other street sign in the city, this one has the "Hackney Diamonds" update of the Stones' iconic tongue-and-lips logo.

Why Glendale is renaming a street for the Rolling Stones

“This is the first act ever to bring three separate stadium tours to State Farm Stadium and Glendale,” City Manager Kevin Phelps says.

Plus, as city spokeswoman Sue Breding notes, they are "the world's great rock 'n' roll band."

Phelps himself is a bit of a Stones fan, having seen one of their earliest stadium shows in 1981 at the Kingdome in Seattle.

“When you think about how long ago 1981 was, I think it’s remarkable just the longevity and the fact that they’ve been able to span multiple generations of the same family who follow the music,” Phelps says. “I think it’s really unique.”

The Stones last played the stadium in 2019, a sold-out date on their No Filter Tour.

State Farm Stadium general manager Andy Gorchov says, "We are thrilled to be hosting The Rolling Stones for a third time. This marks another exciting addition to our lineup of prestigious events, reaffirming our commitment to delivering unforgettable experiences to fans.”

The Rolling Stones agreed to Glendale using their iconic logo

The Rolling Stones were very agreeable to allowing the city to use their logo on the sign for Satisfaction Way, which stretches from Camelback Road to Glendale Avenue.

“When I first got to Glendale, we typically would try to reach out to artists coming in and we would have to do a lot of arm-twisting just to get them involved in any kind of additional promotion or opportunity,” Phelps says.

That’s before the Swift City campaign the city rolled out in honor of Taylor Swift launching The Eras Tour with two performances at State Farm Stadium in 2023, for which the city won a national marketing award.

Ruby Tuesday will be celebrated all along Satisfaction Way. You've got the concert to the south, of course. But on the north end, merchants in the Westgate Entertainment District will have special Ruby Tuesday offerings, ranging from Pour Some Brown Sugar on Me Wings at Shane’s Rib Shack to Paint it Black punch at Johnny’s Chicken & Waffles.

Phelps says the city has been very “entrepreneurial” in how it tries to leverage these opportunities.

“I think it’s important to understand why we’re doing this,” Phelps says. “The main reason is that there’s been this shift from just being a concert to now being an event. And that event is now going longer. People are staying in hotel rooms overnight.

"So part of what we’re doing, having fun with promoting the artist coming to Glendale, is just to remind them this is special, take some time off of work, come in and don’t just spend a few hours but maybe spend a few days here in Glendale.”

Glendale has done similar campaigns for Guns N' Roses, Taylor Swift

The first campaign Phelps recalls doing was for a Guns N’ Roses concert in 2016. Glendale renamed itself Paradise City for that one.

At the time, he recalls, “it was hard to get the band and the manager engaged in that campaign.”

How does the city go about deciding when a concert rises to the level that suggests this type of campaign?

“We’re looking for that unique component to it,” Phelps says. “State Farm Stadium has been very successful the past couple years at bringing a whole host of artists that have filled up the stadium.”

'You don't want to hand out a thousand keys to the city'

There needs to be an angle, whether it’s a tour launch or the Stones becoming the first band to bring three separate tours to State Farm Stadium.

“You can go to the well too often,” Phelps says. “You don’t want to hand out a thousand keys to the city.

"But I would say this: We probably won’t force-feed what we can do as a city to help promote an event. It’s going to take a partnership with us and the artist and their management.”

The Stones were willing to lean into it and get creative, including allowing the use of their iconic lips logo.

“That really showed us that they were willing to assist us and it wasn’t just, ‘What can you do for us?’" Phelps said.

"It was, ‘How can we help you really have some fun with this?’ I think in the future, we’ll need to have that kind of partner. And then as long as we continue to show success with these types of campaigns, I think it’ll be easier to get the artist engaged.”

How Satisfaction Way is helping Glendale build its brand

To Phelps, this represents a long-term vision for the future of the city.

“This is helping the city of Glendale to build its brand around the Entertainment District,” Phelps says. “We’re putting this effort in to help our merchants and our hotels in the area really leverage what we’re doing. I’m just fortunate to have a really creative team in our media department that really thinks out of the box on this stuff.”

The Rolling Stones' Hackney Diamonds Tour comes to Glendale on Tuesday, May 7. Doors open at 6 p.m. Music starts at 8.

State Farm Stadium is a cashless venue with a clear bag policy. Tickets are available at SeatGeek.com.

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