The St. Paul, MN, City Council "gave its blessing"
     Wednesday night to preliminary plans "to overhaul the Civic
     Center" to attract an NHL team (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE,
     1/9)....In New York, Jim Dwyer of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS writes
     about the Yankees' charitable donations, noting that they
     went from $240,000 in '95 to $150,000 in '96.  Dwyer: "No
     one says the Yankees have to give a dime to charity.  But
     you don't go cheap the year they call you a champion.  It's
     another part of the prize that comes with winning" (N.Y.
     DAILY NEWS, 1/9)....In New York, Mark Kriegel looks at the
     first season of Wayne Gretzky in New York under the header,
     "City Slow To Embrace Ice Age, Even With Gretzky."  Kriegel: 
     "The Rangers are still the Rangers.  They've yet to create
     the buzz beyond the building.  The columnists who heralded
     the Great Gretzky's arrival haven't made the time to catch a
     game" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 1/9)....NFL Oilers' RB Eddie George,
     on lack of attendance at home games affecting the team's
     playoff chances: "We had the best road record in the NFL. 
     Who's to say ... we only needed one more win, so probably, I
     think we could have made it" ("Up Close," ESPN, 1/8).

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