The National Hockey League is ready to accept new bids for the franchise now that businessman Mark Hamister has suspended his offer to buy the team. Hamister says it is with great regret that he is suspending his bid. He failed to meet Monday's NHL deadline to sign an asset purchase agreement. At a news conference, Hamister also announced that his partner, Todd Berman, withdrew his investment. He says Berman grew frustrated with the process and failure to put a deal together over the past weekend. But Hamister says the biggest reason for suspending his bid was a delay in gaining a commitment from the state, county and city government. Hamister was seeking a big portion of state assistance from the Empire Zone program. We were spending all our time on the government ask. We would have been disingenuous if we continued. Hamister says bankruptcy for both the Sabres and Adelphia complicated the deal.
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