Featured Story

Celtics See Drops In TV Ratings, Secondary Ticket Prices As Bruins Business Surges

04 / 16 / 14

The Celtics and Bruins find themselves "on diverging paths of fortune," and signs of their "skewed trajectories are written on the faces of fans and the bottom lines of businesses from Sportsworld to TD Garden," according to a front-page piece by Bob Hohler of the BOSTON GLOBE. The Celtics have play...

Read More

Tags: Franchises, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins

More Stories

12/15/95
THE FIRST PHASE OF THE BULLETS NAME GAME ENDS TODAY

Today marks the final day of voting in the Boston Market- sponsored contest to rename the Bullets, after which a five- person "blue ribbon" panel will decide on the finalist. According to the WASHINGT

Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Franchises

12/15/95
CARDINALS MAY BLOW INTO WINDY CITY IF BEARS LEAVE

A city hall source in Chicago says an NFL team interested in playing in Chicago should the Bears leave has "put out feelers" to the city, according to the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES. While the identity of that

Tags: Chicago Bears, Franchises, NFL

12/15/95
FRANCHISE NOTES: ROADRUNNERS WILL STAY IN PHOENIX

The IHL Roadrunners plan to stay in Phoenix despite the pending arrival of an NHL team. Roadrunner GM Adam Keller: "As in Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles, where IHL teams compete with the NHL, we als

Tags: Franchises, NHL, Seattle Mariners, Seattle Seahawks, Vulcan Ventures

12/14/95
BUCS LET LATEST TAMPA STADIUM PROPOSAL WALK THE PLANK

Two hours after details of a new city-county plan to partially finance a new $168M stadium for the Bucs through user fees and land sales, the Bucs said the proposal is not worth discussing, according

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Franchises, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

12/14/95
DESPITE GOOD START, BULLETS SEEING SMALLER CROWDS

Reports in the WASHINGTON POST and the WASHINGTON TIMES profile the Bullets'' attendance this season. The POST''s Richard Justice reports team officials say it is too early to be concerned about a few

Tags: Franchises

12/14/95
ASCENT ENTERTAINMENT GROUP ANNOUNCES IPO OF 5,000,000 SHARES

Ascent Entertainment Group, Inc., formerly Comsat Entertainment and the parent company of the Nuggets and Avalanche, announced an IPO yesterday of 5,000,000 shares of common stock at $15/share. The ma

Tags: AEG, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets, Franchises, PepsiCo

12/14/95
HOUSTON LOOKING TO HOLD OILERS TO ASTRODOME LEASE

Houston Mayor Bob Lanier said yesterday the Oilers are unlikely to buy their way out of a court agreement forcing them to play in the Astrodome through ''97, according to the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. City A

Tags: Edmonton Oilers, Franchises

12/14/95
SEAHAWKS PROFILED IN NEWSPAPER SPECIAL REPORT

Under the header: "What price football?" the SEATTLE TIMES examined the Seahawks and the role pro football plays in the city. On Sunday, Tom Farrey wrote on stadiums as revenue generators for teams. H

Tags: Franchises, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Vulcan Ventures

12/14/95
IN THE BELLY OF THE WHALE: DOCUMENTS SHOW HARTFORD SITUATION

Documents leaked to the Vancouver PROVINCE show the Whalers ownership group is in "fabulous shape" despite the state of the franchise. Tony Gallagher reports details of the ''94 purchase agreement sho

Tags: Franchises

12/13/95
WORD UP: ORLANDO NOT PULLING ANY PUNCHES WITH THE BUCS

Orange County Chair Linda Chapin on Tuesday told the County Commission there would be no new stadium for the Bucs and no "sweetheart deals" either, according to the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. Orlando Mayor

Tags: Franchises, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug