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U.S. Patent Office Denies Vegas NHL Team's "Golden Knights" Trademark RequestPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 08 / 16
The Golden Knights’ trademark request "was denied" yesterday by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office because of a "'likelihood of confusion' with the registered mark" of The College of Saint Rose in Albany, N.Y., according to Ben Gotz of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL. Saint Rose also uses the N...
CT Gov. John Rowland and Patriots Owner Bob Kraft "met face to face" for "more than two hours" on Friday "regarding the team''s chances of moving to Hartford," according to Christopher Keating of the
Senators President & CEO Roy Mlakar said that the team needs to "boost ticket sales to small- and medium-sized businesses," according to Bruce Garrioch of the OTTAWA SUN. Ten corporations make up "mor
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In just their first month of competition in the NHL, the "overachieving" Predators are "still underachieving at the box office," according to Jeff Legwold of the Nashville TENNESSEAN. So far the Preda
Miles Prentice, who''s been "working for months to buy" the Royals, has "signed up the local investors he needs to close the deal," according to Charles Crumpley of the K.C. STAR. Sources said that Pr
With this week''s announcement that Wayne Huizenga has sold the Marlins to FL commodities broker John Henry, THE DAILY takes a look back at the timeline of events over the 537 days since Huizenga firs
After the Penguins "agreed to pay $500,000 toward its tax debt," Pittsburgh City Council members were asking fans to "support the financially troubled franchise," according to Jon Schmitz of the PITTS
The Capitals have created an "aggressive, new, politically themed" ad campaign that is designed to "boost the hockey team''s long-sagging attendance," according to Eric Fisher of the WASHINGTON TIMES.
NHL Kings co-Owner Ed Roski, who is bidding for an NFL expansion team in L.A., "owns a casino in Las Vegas -- an apparent conflict" under NFL rules, according to Alan Abrahamson of the L.A. TIMES. Ros
Phoenix Home Life Mutual Insurance Co., an ABL sponsor and investor, exercised its option to buy the operating rights of the New England Blizzard. The Hartford-based company received the option to pur