Rams' Move To L.A. Unlikely For '15 Cuba Decision Could Impact MLB Constellation, NHL Sign Groundbreaking Pact Is The NHL Winter Classic Lacking Buzz? Silver Discusses Future NBA All-Star Sites Vinik Unveils Building Plan Near Amalie Arena 49ers Cut McDonald Following Assault Probe FIFA's Chief Investigator Resigns Stars' Gaglardi Purchases Team's AHL Affiliate Chargers Staying In San Diego Next Year
SBD/26/Leagues Governing Bodies
Published September 26, 1995
The IHL is profiled by Neil Hohlfeld of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE, who writes the league "continues to blur the picture by playing minor-league hockey but doing everything else on a major-league level" (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 9/23).... Although an announcement on NHL player participation in the '98 Nagano Games in expected next weekend, some players think the "dream-team concept, that has worked so well in basketball, won't fly in hockey." Flyers star Eric Lindros: said that hockey players "don't mesh as quickly" as basketball players" (Gary Miles, PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 9/24)....The NPSL kicks off their 12th season on Friday October 20th (NPSL)....The new hockey leagues forming in Eastern Europe are examined by George Gross of the TORONTO SUN. The Eastern European Hockey League was formed in the off-season by the hockey federation of Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, and Estonia (TORONTO SUN, 9/26)....Three new additions to the Champions Tennis Tour. The Tour will make its Asian debut November 2-5, in South Africa in March '96, and an exhibition in Bombay, India late in '96 (Champions Tour)....Michael Wilbon on "NFL Prime Monday": "It would be nice if the NFL could take care of this rash of bad officiating simply by reinstalling instant replay, because anybody who is more interested in the length of games, rather than getting it right, ought to be tuned out. But replay alone cannot fix poor officiating" (ESPN, 9/25).