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Pegula Takes Responsibility For Sabres' Failings After Surprisingly Firing GM, CoachPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 21 / 17
Sabres Owner Terry Pegula on Friday "repeatedly stressed discipline, structure, communication and character" while discussing the firing of GM Tim Murray and coach Dan Bylsma, according to John Vogl of the BUFFALO NEWS. Pegula during a 15-minute press conference said, "Accountability starts with me....
Prospective Redskins Owner Howard Milstein''s co- ownership of the Isles is examined by Michael Grunwald of the WASHINGTON POST under the header, "Milstein''s Islanders: A Work In Progress." Grunwald
NBA: The Pistons sold 30,000 of their $10 single-game tickets from Friday morning through Sunday. The team supported the $10 tickets via print ads, including a full- page ad in Sunday''s local papers
Actor John Goodman''s interests in the Blues, first reported by Cynthia Vespereny of the ST. LOUIS BUSINESS JOURNAL, includes "three of his college buddies" who are "putting together a bid" for the te
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue characterized his feelings on the Patriots move from Boston to Hartford as "mixed." When asked about the move, he said, "We are much, much better off with continuity wi
A CA state appeals court said the Raiders can take the NFL to court, instead of arbitration, over their claims that the league "watered down the commercial value of their pirate insignia and silver an
Magic Johnson and Frank Robinson "are among investors interested in buying" the A''s, according to Bonita Brewer of the CONTRA COSTA TIMES. Kings Minority Owner and developer John Kehriotis said that
The NFL is "considering funding a new football stadium" in L.A. that would "clear the way for the league''s return" to the city in 2002, according to T.J. Simers of the L.A. TIMES. Simers wrote that "
Actor John Goodman is part of the Emerald Group investment company that "has agreed to take a look at buying" the Blues. Emerald Group partner Bob Lenzen "stressed" they had "yet to receive anything i
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue also said Friday that 49ers co-Owner Eddie DeBartolo will be sidelined as the team''s active owner for ''99. Tagliabue: "Eddie has been divorced from the team first by
As negotiations between the Wizards and unsigned G Rod Strickland "remained at an impasse," Wizards Owner Abe Pollin "offered a blunt assessment" of agent David Falk, according to Richard Justice of t