Quote of the Day

"We're slightly mystified and slightly disappointed. Maybe it's a case of been there,
done that.

-- CBC Sports' Scott Moore, on ratings being down for the Red Wings-Penguins Stanley Cup Finals compared to the '08 matchup of the same teams (THESTAR.com, 6/8).

Tuesday June 9, 2009 Vol. 15 — No. 181 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Court Is In Session

    The Red Wings have a chance to hoist Lord Stanley's Cup for the second consecutive year tonight at Mellon Arena, but off-the-ice drama is stealing the headlines this afternoon, as U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Redfield Baum is hearing arguments on the Coyotes’ potential relocation. A decision in the long-awaited showdown, though, will have to wait, as Baum says he will not make a final ruling today on the issue of who has control of the franchise, waiting instead until the end of the week. Baum explains, "We’re not selling a used car here. It’s a pretty significant asset. There’s a lot at stake." Follow the hearing as it happens on THE DAILY's Twitter feed. Meanwhile, we offer a timeline detailing the long road that has led both sides to today’s hearing.

  • The Payoff Pitch
    With Stephen Strasburg ready to command record cash as likely No. 1 pick in tonight's MLB draft, will calls for slotting become louder?

    Kid 'N Play
    NCAA, NBA select iHoops name for joint youth basketball venture.

    Getting Into College
    TD Ameritrade signs 20-year naming-rights deal for Omaha's new downtown ballpark.

    Losing Their Spirit?
    Multiple groups want to buy, move Thrashers, but Philips' arena entitlement could prevent deal.

    Armed & Ready
    Army-Navy football game to be rotated between DC, Philly and Baltimore through '17.

    Secure Log-in
    Twitter instituting verification system to help prevent impersonation of athletes.

    Slow & Steady Wins The Race
    Halfway through inaugural season, WPS hitting modest benchmarks with eye toward growth.

    Boom Goes The Dynamite
    DC Fire Chief temporarily bans fireworks at Nationals Park after Sunday night incident.

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