Glendale issues Coyotes Dec. 20 deadline to pay $1.3 million owed or face Gila River Arena lockout

The Arizona Coyotes gave fans another reason to worry about the team’s future Wednesday night, but according to the team, that could have been avoided.

The City of Glendale on Wednesday notified Wolves that it intends to close the team outside Gila River Stadium on December 20, if all payments owed by the team to the city and ASM Global, which operates the facility to the city, have not yet been paid.

In a letter from Glendale City Manager Kevin Phelps to Coyotes President and CEO Xavier A. Gutierrez, Phelps informs Wolves that the Arizona Department of Revenue has filed a state tax lien notice for unpaid taxes owed by IceArizona, Coyotes’ property corporation. The amount owed, according to the letter, is $1.3 million, including $250,000 to the city.

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