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02/24/97
STAVRO ENDS SILENCE ON MAPLE LEAF GARDENS CONTROVERSY

Maple Leafs Owner Steve Stavro has called an "emergency board meeting for today to deal with the storm of controversy over the handling of sexual abuse charges at Maple Leaf Gardens," according to Mas

Tags: Franchises, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Toronto Maple Leafs

02/24/97
SENATORS OWNER WARNS TEAM COULD LEAVE WITHOUT TICKET BOOST

Senators Owner Rod Bryden "warned" the team "could leave town if hockey fans don''t buy significantly more tickets -- at a higher average price -- for next season," according to a Canadian Press repor

Tags: Franchises, Ottawa Senators

02/24/97
FRANCHISE NOTES

Comcast Corp., owners of the Flyers, 76ers and two Philadelphia sports arenas, "lost more than twice as much money in its fourth quarter as Wall Street analysts had expected, and blamed the losses yes

Tags: Cablevision, Comcast-Spectacor, Franchises, Indianapolis Colts, NBA, Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Flyers, YankeeNets

02/24/97
WOULD PAXSON BE PROUD TO BE MICKEY ARISON'S BUD?

Bud Paxson, "one of Florida''s most influential broadcasting figures," has been holding talks with Heat Owner Mickey Arison and "three professional leagues in an attempt to become a player in the Miam

Tags: AFL, AHL, Anheuser Busch, Franchises, Miami Heat, MLS

02/24/97
HIGH COST OF TUNA LEADS JETS TO RAISE TICKET PRICES

The Jets, coming off a 1-15 season, the worst in franchise history, are raising ticket prices. The team "sent notices to season-ticket holders reflecting an average increase of 20%," according to Rich

Tags: Franchises, New York Jets

02/21/97
76ERS FANS: MAD AS HELL AND NOT GOING TO TAKE IT ANYMORE

76ers President Pat Croce met with 210 "angry season ticket-holders" on Thursday, and Raad Cawthon of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER writes that "one by one the fans stood up, gestured strongly, spoke emph

Tags: Comcast-Spectacor, Franchises, Philadelphia 76ers

02/21/97
SUPERIOR COURT APPROVES CITY OF SACRAMENTO LOAN TO KINGS

A Sacramento Superior Court judge Wednesday "dismissed" a citizens'' complaint seeking to block the City Council''s $70M loan to help keep the Kings in town, according to Gary Delsohn in the SACRAMENT

Tags: Franchises, NBA

02/21/97
A MOUSE IN THE GARDEN? DISNEY, FOX SHOW INTEREST IN MSG

Walt Disney Co. and News Corp. have approached Hilton about buying half of MSG if Hilton''s bid to buy ITT is successful, according to Jon Elsen of the N.Y. POST. The two companies, as well as Westing

Tags: Anaheim Ducks, Anaheim Sports, Cablevision, Franchises, Madison Square Garden, New York Rangers, News Corp./Fox, Walt Disney

02/21/97
FRANCHISE NOTES

After news of a Maple Leaf Gardens sex scandal in Toronto, the SUN''s Steve Simmons writes that MLG Chair Steve Stavro''s "silence in this disgrace of a Maple Leafs season has been offensive to those

Tags: Cincinnati Reds, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets, Franchises, General Motors, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Minnesota Vikings, MLB, Toronto Maple Leafs

02/20/97
CABLEVISION ESTABLISHES ITSELF AS SERIOUS MSG BIDDER

Cablevision said Wednesday that it "has arranged the financing needed to purchase the half of Madison Square Garden owned by the ITT Corporation," according to Richard Sandomir of the N.Y. TIMES. Char

Tags: Cablevision, Franchises, Madison Square Garden, NBC

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