Andrew Barroway, a minority owner of the Arizona Coyotes, was given a permanent suspension from the NHL on Friday as a result of his Colorado domestic violence incident.

Barroway, was detained and charged with second-degree assault and felony attempted strangling. At 9:35 on Thursday morning, police detained Barroway, 57, at the Limelight Hotel on Monarch Street. He was brought to the Pitkin County Jail, where he remained until Friday morning, when he posted a $2,500 bond. He 사설토토 appeared in court Friday to be advised of the possible charges he is facing and is scheduled to back in court on April 3.

Following Barroway’s arrest, the NHL issued a statement announcing his indefinite suspension.

“The National Hockey League is aware of the arrest of Arizona Coyotes’ minority owner Andrew Barroway,” the NHL said in its statement. “Pending further information, he has been suspended indefinitely.”

For $152.5 million in October 2014, Barroway acquired the majority of the Coyotes. Three years later, Barroway bought out the other Ice Arizona partners to become the franchise’s sole owner. In 2019, Barroway sold off his majority interest in the Coyotes to current majority shareholder Alex Meruelo.

The NHL released a statement on Barroway’s arrest in which it announced that he has been suspended indefinitely. ‘When we have enough information, we will have an appropriate response. Until the investigation is complete, we will have no further comment.’

At 8:42 AM local time, the Aspen Police Department responded to a report. According to court records, Barroway and his wife got into a verbal fight that eventually got physical. Except for interaction involving their children, he is not allowed to see his wife, and a court injunction forbids him from drinking.


The Phoenix metropolitan region is home to the Arizona Coyotes, a professional ice hockey team also known as the Yotes. The Coyotes are a National Hockey League (NHL) team that represent the Western Conference’s Central Division. They play their home games in Tempe’s Mullett Arena.

The team’s previous ownership caused instability. After former owner Jerry Moyes gave up the Phoenix Coyotes after filing for bankruptcy, the NHL took over the team in 2009. The club was under the NHL’s control until 2013, when new owners were discovered who were prepared to keep it in Arizona. Despite having a tense working relationship with the Glendale, Arizona, suburb of Phoenix, the Coyotes were able to negotiate a year-to-year contract to use the arena through the end of the 2021–22 season. They will be the league’s oldest NHL team that has never participated in the Stanley Cup Finals as of 2023.

The Coyotes have experienced considerable success over the course of their existence, but they have never claimed a Stanley Cup title. They advanced all the way to the conference finals in 2012, where they were defeated 4-1 by the eventual champion Los Angeles Kings. Despite this defeat, many supporters still recall with fondness how Shane Doan guided his team into the playoffs four years in a row from 2011 to 2015, which is still an NHL record for the longest run without a championship by any franchise since the 1967 expansion draft.

Things haven’t been going well lately, though, as they’ve missed the playoffs three times in the last four seasons, building up to the 2019–2020 season, which was cut short by the COVID epidemic. As a result, the team made the big decision to replace head coach Rick Tocchet and longtime general manager Don Maloney with Bill 메이저토토사이트 Armstrong and former St. Louis Blues bench boss Dave Tippett, respectively. Gila River Arena is filled with hope that maybe next year can bring postseason glory back to the desert once more thanks to the new leadership position.

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