Blades' owners say they're committed to Saskatoon

June 28, 2013 - 5:23pm
The Saskatoon Blades' Andrey Makarov. Photo courtesy of Steve Hiscock.
The Saskatoon Blades' Andrey Makarov. Photo courtesy of Steve Hiscock.

Althought they wouldn't confirm they're not selling the WHL franchise, Jack Brodsky said in a release the owners are committed to Saskatoon.

In response to several inquiries from media and other who are keenly interested in the future of the Saskatoon Blades, te team owners want to assure all of the fans and the people of Saskatoon that the Blades are eagerly preparing for the 2013-2014.

Although the current owners are considering their options for the future, it is business as usual at the Blades' office.

The Western Hockey League and the Saskatoon Blades are committed to Saskatoon.

"Saskatoon is and will be the home of the Saskatoon Blades," said team president Jack Brodsky.

"We are fully committed to hockey in the City of Saskatoon and to an exciting, successful future for the Blades in this great city."

The Saskatoon Blades do not wish to make any further comments at this time.

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