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Wednesday, June 6, 2007


Ten ways the NHL can improve its product for next season.

Profile of Cavaliers Owner Dan Gilbert.

The CHICAGO TRIBUNE’s Rick Morrissey writes NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell “has spent the first ten months of his tenure attempting to re-establish law and order in a league that too often looks like a gang turf war” (CHICAGO TRIBUNE).

The WASHINGTON POST’s Michael Wilbon writes of the Cavaliers’ playoff run, “If any American city is deserving of the lift in civic spirit that only a sporting championship can deliver, it’s Cleveland” (WASHINGTON POST).

The FINANCIAL TIMES’ Roger Blitz writes in a front-page story, “Overseas buyers, especially from the U.S., are picking off the best-supported and most successful [English Premier League] clubs in a series of deals that have left supporters gasping at the sheer speed and scale of it all” (FINANCIAL TIMES).

Also:

  • Which style of racing -- IndyCar or NASCAR -- is better?
  • Racetrack casinos looking for tax relief on revenues.
  • Retrosheet Web site has box scores of all MLB games since ’57.
  • Lefty O’Doul forged early links between MLB and Japan.
  • Profile of Ducks Exec VP & GM Brian Burke.
  • Profile of XP Events President Alan Fey.
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