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November 19, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The NHL approved the $65-million sale of the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins by the DeBartolo family to Howard Baldwin and Morris Belzberg. The DeBartolo family will remain as special limited partners.
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SPORTS
November 19, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The NHL approved the $65-million sale of the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins by the DeBartolo family to Howard Baldwin and Morris Belzberg. The DeBartolo family will remain as special limited partners.
SPORTS
October 4, 1991 | MARK PARGAS and DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Gull co-owner Howard Baldwin, described by one hockey executive as having a lust for hockey, reportedly is close to getting back into the NHL. Baldwin and retired rental car executive Morris Belzberg have confirmed they are close to buying the Pittsburgh Penguins, defending Stanley Cup champion. WPXI-TV and the Associated Press said the two will pay Edward DeBartolo Sr. $55 million for the team, which would stay in Pittsburgh.
SPORTS
April 14, 1990
A television station reported Friday that a handshake deal has been reached for businessman Howard Baldwin to buy the Minnesota North Stars, but Baldwin said no agreement has been reached. The deal reportedly was made to keep the NHL team in Minnesota. "What I'm saying for the record is that progress has been made and I'm cautiously optimistic," Baldwin told the Associated Press from his Los Angeles home. "But it is premature to say there is a deal at this time."
SPORTS
May 3, 1990 | From Associated Press
Howard Baldwin, a founding father of the Hartford Whalers, and partner Morris Belzberg reached an agreement on Wednesday to buy the North Stars and say they will keep them in Minnesota. Baldwin wouldn't comment on details of the deal with the current owners, George and Gordon Gund, except to say that it was subject to league approval at the Board of Governors meeting in Chicago on Tuesday. But asked if he and Belzberg would keep the team in Minnesota, Baldwin said, "Of course."
SPORTS
May 10, 1990 | From Associated Press
The San Francisco Bay Area got an NHL franchise, and the Minnesota North Stars got new owners in a deal approved Wednesday by the league's Board of Governors. Howard Baldwin, former chairman of the Hartford Whalers, and Morris Belzberg, a retired Budget Rent-A-Car executive, acquired the North Stars from Gordon and George Gund for about $38 million. In turn, the Gunds were given a Bay Area franchise for 1991-92--the league's first expansion since four teams from the World Hockey Assn.
SPORTS
May 10, 1990 | From Associated Press
The San Francisco Bay Area got an NHL franchise, and the Minnesota North Stars got new owners in a deal approved Wednesday by the league's Board of Governors. Howard Baldwin, former chairman of the Hartford Whalers, and Morris Belzberg, a retired Budget Rent-A-Car executive, acquired the North Stars from Gordon and George Gund for about $38 million. In turn, the Gunds were given a Bay Area franchise for 1991-92--the league's first expansion since four teams from the World Hockey Assn.
SPORTS
May 3, 1990 | From Associated Press
Howard Baldwin, a founding father of the Hartford Whalers, and partner Morris Belzberg reached an agreement on Wednesday to buy the North Stars and say they will keep them in Minnesota. Baldwin wouldn't comment on details of the deal with the current owners, George and Gordon Gund, except to say that it was subject to league approval at the Board of Governors meeting in Chicago on Tuesday. But asked if he and Belzberg would keep the team in Minnesota, Baldwin said, "Of course."
SPORTS
October 4, 1991 | MARK PARGAS and DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Gull co-owner Howard Baldwin, described by one hockey executive as having a lust for hockey, reportedly is close to getting back into the NHL. Baldwin and retired rental car executive Morris Belzberg have confirmed they are close to buying the Pittsburgh Penguins, defending Stanley Cup champion. WPXI-TV and the Associated Press said the two will pay Edward DeBartolo Sr. $55 million for the team, which would stay in Pittsburgh.
SPORTS
April 14, 1990
A television station reported Friday that a handshake deal has been reached for businessman Howard Baldwin to buy the Minnesota North Stars, but Baldwin said no agreement has been reached. The deal reportedly was made to keep the NHL team in Minnesota. "What I'm saying for the record is that progress has been made and I'm cautiously optimistic," Baldwin told the Associated Press from his Los Angeles home. "But it is premature to say there is a deal at this time."
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