Canadian businessman Tom Gaglardi offered more than $250 million for the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars and a half interest in the American Airlines Center, the Dallas Morning News reported, citing a person familiar with negotiations.
Chuck Greenberg, former chief executive officer and co-owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team, may seek to purchase the bankrupt Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League, a lawyer said today in court.
The Dallas Stars, the bankrupt National Hockey League team, won court permission to sell itself at an auction in which hotelier Tom Gaglardi may compete with lawyer Chuck Greenberg, a former co-owner of the Texas Rangers.
Dallas Stars attorney Martin A. Sosland spurned Texas courts when he put the hockey team into bankruptcy this month, partly because of the way the Texas Rangers baseball club was treated by a hometown judge.
The Dallas Stars, the hockey team owned by former billionaire Thomas Hicks, won support from lenders for a plan file bankruptcy and sell the club at an auction, a person familiar with the results said.