A group of Arizona Coyote supporters held a rally Friday afternoon. The group gathered to show support as they fight the City of Glendale's plan to cancel the contract with the professional hockey team.
In court, the Coyotes won the first round of this fight with the judge granting a temporary restraining order that allows the Coyotes to continue operations at Gila River Arena.
"We are not happy with the way things have gone this week. They talk of reparable harm. There had irreparable harm to the Coyotes," said the team's owner, Anthony LeBlanc.
The coyotes owners say they want to stay in Glendale.
FOX 10's Nicole Garcia was at the rally and has this report.