Quote of the Day

"Maybe you're looking at a million or two difference in the cap based on where the cap is likely to be. It's not that big of a deal."
-- NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, on how the recent drop in value of the Canadian dollar could impact the league’s ’14-15 salary cap. (USA TODAY, 3/13)
Thursday March 13, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 126 Print This Issue

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  • He'll Pick You Up

    Oshie's jersey currently is the second-best seller on Shop.NHL.com

    Enterprise Rent-A-Car has cast Blues RW T.J. Oshie in a commercial "set to go national" during the '14 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, which start April 16, according to Kelly Moffitt of the ST. LOUIS BUSINESS JOURNAL. The commercial "will focus on the connection between great performance and what it means to have a 'do-what-it-takes' attitude . " Enterprise Holdings CMO Patrick Farrell said that he "could not release the cost of the campaign, but that Enterprise bought a package for the NHL playoffs that will air during up to 80 games." Enterprise has partnered with NHL since '09 ( BIZJOURNALS.com, 3/12 ). In St. Louis, Jeremy Rutherford reports Farrell was in Sochi in February when Oshie helped the U.S. defeat Russia in the preliminary round ...

  • Taking The Wheel

    Fowler will call ABC's primetime CFB game, but will continue to host "GameDay."

  • The End Of Its Run

    Reliant Stadium will have a new name next season, as parent company NRG plans a massive rebranding.

  • Whatever It Takes

    Broncos draw rave reviews for going all-in early in free agency.

  • Thrown Under The Buss

    Kobe calls out front office, says Lakers' culture "starts at the top."

  • Singled Out

    Kraft won't return as title sponsor for LPGA major after '14.

  • The Rites Of Spring

    The Mariners roll out their latest ad campaign, which includes new addition Robinson Cano.

  • Sic To Them Stomach

    The NCAA nixes Baylor's adidas-designed "Sic'Em Bears" postseason jerseys.

  • Don't You Worry Child

    Nickelodeon launches "Kids Choice Sports" show, taps Michael Strahan to host.

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