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    Wednesday, November 23, 2005


    How is the NHL faring a quarter of the way into its post-lockout season?

    Oklahoma City supports Hornets despite team’s possible return to New Orleans.

    The PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS’ Rich Hofmann writes, “The contest between professional athletes and team owners has rarely been more serious. … The battle is everywhere you look” (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS).

    The Toronto GLOBE & MAIL’s Carolyn Abraham in a front-page piece writes, “Young, high-performance athletes who [collapse] suddenly … often have a congenital heart condition that is missed, or mistaken as insignificant” (Toronto GLOBE & MAIL).

    Also:

    • Near-death of Red Wings player points to need for defibrillators in all arenas.
    • ABC’s soon-to-end 35-year run of “MNF” began with Jets-Browns in ’70.
    • Nike perseveres through Argentina’s economic crisis to grow market share.
    • A look at competition among sports retailers in the Boston area.
    • How members of the Pistons spend the Thanksgiving holiday.

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