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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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12/05/95
ADD ONE COOKE TO MARYLAND'S FOOTBALL SOUP

Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke joined officials from the state and county to formally announce a deal to build a new 78,600-seat stadium for the Redskins in Prince George''s County, MD. The state-of-t

Tags: ABC, Cleveland Browns, Facilities, Sports Illustrated, Walt Disney, Washington Redskins

12/05/95
DETROIT COUNCIL APPROVES SPENDING FOR NEW TIGER STADIUM

Detroit''s City Council gave approval Monday for $40M in public spending for development of a new $235M Tiger Stadium in the Fox Theatre district, according to this morning''s DETROIT NEWS. The 7-2 ap

Tags: Detroit Tigers, Facilities, News Corp./Fox

12/04/95
REDSKINS COOKE COMPLETES STADIUM DEAL TO CAP OFF A BIG DAY

Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke has obtained the necessary approval from the states of MD and Prince George''s County for a new 78,600-seat stadium in Landover where the team could begin play as early

Tags: Facilities, Washington Redskins

12/04/95
STADIUM NOTES

In Atlanta, I.J. Rosenberg discounts rumors the Giants would trade Barry Bonds as he says the team is "pushing hard for a new stadium and funding for it would depend on a bond referendum. The club can

Tags: Chicago Bears, Detroit Tigers, Facilities

12/01/95
TAGLIABUE KICKS OFF SUPER BOWL XXX IN AZ; TALKS ON STADIUM

Organizers kicked off the 60-day countdown to Super Bowl XXX, and NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said the state of AZ may "might be in the running" for other Super Bowls." Tagliabue: "The working ass

Tags: Facilities, NFL

12/01/95
STADIUM NOTES

A design team from HKS Inc. of Dallas was chosen to design the new stadium for the Brewers. HKS was selected over HOK Sports Facilities of K.C. Gabe Paul, Brewers VP/Stadium Operations, said the desig

Tags: Edmonton Oilers, Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers, NHL

12/01/95
BANK OF BOSTON TO BACK KRAFT'S BOSTON STADIUM HOPES?

The political prospects of a new stadium for the Patriots is examined this morning by Joan Vennochi of the BOSTON GLOBE. With Gov. William Weld, whose administration reportedly promised Kraft a new st

Tags: Facilities, Fleet Financial, New England Patriots

12/01/95
CHARGERS RESIST TEMPTATION TO SAY "WHAT IF....?"

In light of the recent deals being offered by other cities, the $60M package signed between San Diego and the Chargers that will keep the team in the city until 2020 "could be classified as a steal" f

Tags: Facilities, San Diego Chargers, Wilson Sporting Goods

11/30/95
MCCASKEY AND DALEY TO MEET LIKE GOOD SOLDIERS OVER STADIUM

Officials from the Bears and the city of Chicago will meet today as the "final stages of the soap opera" between Bears President Michael McCaskey and Mayor Richard Daley over a new stadium are about t

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11/30/95
MR. JONES, SHOULD YOU TELL THE LANDLORD OF YOUR PLANS?

As Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones spoke of plans to expand Texas Stadium, he "neglected to ask the landlords," according to the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. The Irving City Council owns Texas Stadium and lease

Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Facilities, PepsiCo

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