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Former NHLer STEVE MOORE yesterday "received an out-of-court settlement" in his civil suit against the Canucks and NHL free agent TODD BERTUZZI . The suit was "scheduled to go to trial Sept. 8 in Toronto, and witnesses were to include" NHL Commissioner GARY BETTMAN . A lawyer for Bertuzzi said t...

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02/07/96
BAY AREA FACILITY ROUND-UP: 49ERS WANT PIECE OF THE ACTION

49ers President Carmen Policy announced yesterday that the team "needs a new stadium -- or they will not remain competitive" in the NFL. Speaking before the Bay Area Council, Policy said, "We used to

Tags: Facilities, Golden State Warriors, NFL, San Francisco 49ers

02/07/96
REDSKINS STADIUM ONE STEP CLOSER TO APPROVAL

The Prince George''s County Council late Tuesday night approved Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke''s plan to build a 78,600- seat stadium in Landover, MD. According to this morning''s WASHINGTON POST, at

Tags: Facilities, Washington Redskins

02/07/96
STADIUM NOTES

A "choir-sized" contingent of religious leaders joined Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer Tuesday in a press conference encouraging voters to support public funding for a new Tiger Stadium (DETROIT NEWS, 2/7

Tags: Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins

02/06/96
STADIUM NOTES

The Nashville Metro Council''s Budget and Finance Committee approved a resolution for issuance of $80M in bonds to help finance a new stadium for the Oilers (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 2/5)....Three days afte

Tags: Edmonton Oilers, Facilities, Golden State Warriors, Speedway Motorsports Inc.

02/06/96
UNDER NEW IDEA, BUCS COULD AVOID SUIT BY COOPERATING

Under a plan being considered by Tampa officials, the city "would not sue the Bucs for moving if the drive for a new stadium fails." According to this morning''s TAMPA TRIBUNE, that depends on the tea

Tags: Facilities, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

02/06/96
GLENDENING STEPS UP PRESSURE; SKINS VOTE LIKELY

In an attempt to sway public opinion in favor of new stadium for the Browns and Redskins, MD Gov. Parris Glendening has "launched a campaign-like offensive" with his Cabinet, party and the Maryland St

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Facilities, Washington Redskins

02/05/96
BEARS REACT TO GARY REJECTION

Bears VP of Ops Ted Phillips issued a statement praising the Lake County, IN, Council''s "serious and thoughtful consideration" of a stadium proposal in wake of the Council''s decision to scrap plans

Tags: Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, Facilities

02/05/96
BATTLE FOR BROWARD SITE LEANING TOWARD SUNRISE

Sunrise, FL, has the fight to be the site for Broward County'' new arena "all but sewn up," and that is "sure to cause more nastiness in the three-way battle to win the $212 million facility," accordi

Tags: Facilities, Miami Heat

02/05/96
WARRIORS TO PLAY IN SAN FRANCISCO NEXT SEASON

The Warriors and the Cow Palace have reached a deal allowing the team to play at the arena next season while Oakland Coliseum Arena is under renovation. The team, which called the Palace home from ''6

Tags: Facilities, Golden State Warriors

02/05/96
MARYLAND LEGISLATORS DIFFER OVER STADIUMS

In the "double stadium debate" in MD, Baltimore legislators support spending $273M in state funds to build stadiums for the Browns and Redskins "with few exceptions," while there is stark opposition i

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Facilities, NFL, Washington Redskins

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