The Edmonton Oilers have been sued by a Dallas hotel over an alleged bounced check and a hotel stay, TSN’s Rick Westhead reported Monday.
The Edmonton Oilers are being sued by a Dallas hotel after allegedly bouncing a $28K check following a team stay in December.
The hotel says the Oilers owe a further $27K for a team stay in March.
An Oilers official says the club is “working cooperatively” to resolve the dispute. pic.twitter.com/OY2UgRaCZn
— Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) November 16, 2020
According to Westhead’s report, the Oilers allegedly bounced a $28k check following a stay at a Dallas hotel in December. Westhead also reports the Oilers to owe another $27k for a stay in March.
The Oilers played against the Dallas Stars in Dallas on Dec. 16th, 2019 a game the team won 2-1, before travelling to St. Louis for a game there on the 18th.
Edmonton also played in Dallas on March 3rd, 2020 with another 2-1 win.
Edmonton Oilers senior vice president Tim Shipton provided a statement to Westhead saying “We have the same challenges as every business navigating through the … global pandemic. We are working diligently through our business operations & attending to outstanding issues from the unexpected stoppage of last season.”
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