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Published January 20, 2012
ALL IN FAVOR? YAHOO SPORTS’ Nicholas Cotsonika reported the NHL and NHLPA are “close to an agreement on the hockey-related revenue the union has disputed, though nothing is signed yet.” It is “a good sign when the two sides agree on anything ahead of collective bargaining, but it’s an especially good sign when they agree on something involving money” (SPORTS.YAHOO.com, 1/19).
SAVE THE DATE: IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard said that Houston “will have an IndyCar street course race ‘very soon.’" In Indianapolis, Curt Cavin notes the “announcement of the 16th race for 2012, which likely will be Milwaukee, is expected Feb. 13 at IndyCar's ‘State of the Series’ presentation at a yet-to-be- determined Indianapolis location” (INDIANAPOLIS STAR, 1/20).