Yeah. There is a buyer waiting in the wings already from all accounts...he just wants to own it outright with Vanderbeek removed from the equation. I still think Vanderbeek can pull it out. The problem is that Chambers(the partner who wants out) got into the deal with the major intention of putting a stadium in Newark. Since he accomplished that he has withdrawn support and hindered Vanderbeek, who has tried in vain to outlast his combative partner. It's a shame because Vanderbeek is a tremendous Jersey guy and has done a lot to promote youth hockey in the state. The stadium is a mini HHOF of Garden State hockey. So yeah, the situation in Phoenix is totally different because prospective buyers keep getting scared off because they either want to move the team or keep it there and Glendale fights either way. But the important thing is that financials were not a factor for Parise. He wants to go home. Good luck and God bless.