The new owner of the Missouri Mavericks hockey team, Lamar Hunt Jr. (right), and Independence mayor Eileen Weir hold up team jerseys Friday at the Independence Events Center in Independence, Mo.
The new owner of the Missouri Mavericks hockey team, Lamar Hunt Jr. (right), and Independence mayor Eileen Weir hold up team jerseys Friday at the Independence Events Center in Independence, Mo. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
The new owner of the Missouri Mavericks hockey team, Lamar Hunt Jr. (right), and Independence mayor Eileen Weir hold up team jerseys Friday at the Independence Events Center in Independence, Mo. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

New owner Lamar Hunt Jr. stays true to Mavericks’ colors

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