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Published June 18, 2013
Meanwhile, in the wake of reports that he would run the team's hockey operations under the new owners, NBC's Jeremy Roenick said, "My job right now is to cover the NHL Stanley Cup Finals. ... It's my dream job. I have always wanted to work for TV." But Roenick "would neither confirm nor deny the report." He has "shown an interest in the suit-and-tie side of the NHL in the past" (FOXSPORTSARIZONA.com, 6/17).