DALLAS — Glendale, Ariz., and the National Hockey League are considering new offers for the Phoenix Coyotes after a deal to keep the team playing in the city’s bond-financed arena hit a roadblock, according to reports.

The fate of the team and the $180 million arena has been in limbo since May 5, 2009, when former owner Jerry Moyes filed for bankruptcy with plans to sell the team to Canadian billionaire Jim Balsillie. Balsillie planned to move the team to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, costing the six-year-old Glendale arena its main source of revenue.

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