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"It might be a one-time thing. I think the NHL is certainly going to want to come back and play at Beijing in 2022."
-- USA Hockey Exec Dir Dave Ogrean, on the NHL skipping the '18 PyeongChang Games. (BOSTON HERALD, 5/15)
Monday May 15, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 173 Print This Issue

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  • Hear Me Roar

    Under the current agreement, CenturyLink pays $5M annually for naming rights

    The Seahawks, parent firm First & Goal and CenturyLink have agreed to extend the telecom firm’s naming rights at the Seattle stadium. The renewal for CenturyLink Field starts at the beginning of '19 and runs through the '33 season, team officials said. Financial terms were not disclosed. The deal is pending approval by the Public Stadium Authority, the stadium’s owner. Under the current agreement, which expires at the end of the '18 season, CenturyLink pays $5M annually for naming rights. The original deal dates to '04, when the stadium was called Qwest Field. It was renamed CenturyLink Field in '11 after CenturyLink acquired Qwest Communications. The process was easy for renewing the deal and took about four months to compl ...

  • Rubber Soul

    Cavaliers land jersey patch deal with Goodyear that will also involve Turner Sports.

  • Hollywood Squares

    LA 2024 successfully leaves a lasting impression on the IOC.

  • Never Miss A Moment

    ESPN's "SportsCenter Right Now" will update on the hour.

  • Best Part Of Waking Up

    FS1 will launch its first-ever morning show in September.

  • Oh Captain, My Captain

    Yankees give Derek Jeter a night to a remember as they officially retire his jersey.

  • Look At The Time

    Omega extends its Olympic sponsorship through '32.

  • Rolling In The Dough

    Big Ten's Jim Delany fully eligible to receive more than $20M in future bonus payments.

  • Straddling The Line

    Ted Leonsis becomes latest backer of sports betting startup WinView.

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