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Turner Pulls Out Of Bidding For NHL's Next TV Rights Deal
Published April 18, 2011
The competition had pushed the league's rights fees to more than $200M per year, nearly triple the $77.5M Versus currently pays. NBC and Versus hold a significant advantage over ESPN in that their current contracts give them the right to match other offers the NHL gets, sources said.