Quote of the Day

"You would think we’d get chain of command straight."
-- NHL Panthers President & CEO Matt Caldwell, on the team changing organizational structure again despite having strong ties to the military. (MIAMI HERALD, 4/11)
Tuesday April 11, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 148 Print This Issue

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  • Cub Your Enthusiasm

    A video screen at The Park replayed the Cubs' Game 7 World Series win

    The Cubs last night raised their World Series banner prior to their game against the Dodgers, and fans were able to "relive the franchise's first championship" since 1908 "thanks to The Park at Wrigley, a plaza that opened Monday afternoon and abuts the still-being-renovated" Wrigley Field, according to Paul Skrbina of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. A large video screen on the team's new office building "showed the Cubs' historic 10-inning victory against the Indians" to win the title and "showed off part of the third phase" of the $750M Wrigley Field upgrade. There was a ceremony "marking the opening of what the Cubs referred to as Wrigleyville's new town square and a year-round gathering place for neighbors, families, fans and visitors." Cubs ...

  • In Front Of The Net

    The NHL Kings shuffle their front office, with Robitaille now club President.

  • North American Beauty

    U.S., Mexico and Canada team up for '26 World Cup bid.

  • Help On The Home Front

    The return of Canadian teams to the playoffs should help Rogers Media see dividends on its NHL TV deal.

  • Over The Top?

    NFL brass mulling fines over Vegas arm wrestling contest.

  • Ball In Play

    Beverly Hills Sports Council creates company to invest in sports, entertainment spaces.

  • The Trask At Hand

    Longtime Raiders chief exec joins BIG3 hoops as CEO.

  • Brady & The Bunch

    Patriots QB Tom Brady earns the top-selling NFL jersey for a second consecutive year.

  • Turtle Shell Shocker

    Univ. of Maryland president feels UNC deserves "death penalty."

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