Cardinals Praised For Hiring Female Coach Packers Go Retro For New Alternate Uniforms Blue Jays' Anthopoulos All-In With Tulo Move Royals Getting Aggressive With More Trades Franchise Notes Paolantonio Clarifies Bisciotti Comments Hornets, FanDuel Sign Multiyear Deal Bills' Brandon Replaces Black As Sabres President Impact Add Former EPL Star Drogba End Coming For Tigers' Big-Spending Era?
Published August 21, 1995
The Bruins new jerseys will feature a broad stripe across the shoulders and down the length of the arms. The stripe will be black on the white home jersey and white on the away black sweater. Other changes will be minor, with the spoked-B logo now featuring a thin trim of gold on its outer edge (BOSTON GLOBE, 8/20)....The Target Center's Dana Warg will meet today with Twin Cities promoter Tom Scallen to try and finalize a plan to bring Arena Football to Minneapolis (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 8/20)....Devils Owner John McMullen says "talks are going well" with the NJSEA in negotiations for a 12-year lease. The two sides have a September 15 deadline before their deal reverts to a one-year agreement (N.Y. TIMES, 8/19)....The Broncos are selling sponsorships for home games this season in an effort to bolster revenues "and show what it could do with more control over Mile High Stadium operations." Budweiser has already agreed to sponsor two games (DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL, 8/18-24 issue)....Heat Exec VP Dave Wohl denied reports that Glen Rice was part of a deal to sign former Knicks Coach Pat Riley. The Heat are currently under an NBA investigation whether they negotiated with Riley while he was under contract with the Knicks (Ft. Lauderdale SUN-SENTINEL, 8/21)....Stars President Jim Lites said he is "more optimistic than ever" that a deal to sell 50% of the team will be completed soon. Lites said the team will then focus on a new area, which will be in Irving, Lewiston, or Arlington, but not Dallas (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 8/21).