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Devils Slip To 27th In League Attendance, But Team Brass Not Panicking03 / 07 / 14
The Devils have "slipped to 27th in the NHL" in attendance at 14,604 fans per game, the "lowest for the team since 2006-07, when the Devils were a lame duck playing at Continental Arena in the Meadowlands," according to John Brennan of the Bergen RECORD. But Devils President of Business Operations H...
The Hillsborough County Commission voted 4-3 in favor of a plan to guarantee attendance at Bucs home games for the next two years, according to today''s ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. The deal still "hinges on
The Quebec provincial government said it will "bail out the financially strapped" Nordiques and build a new arena, "but only if it becomes a shareholder and the club agrees to a cap on spending," acco
"Winnipeg''s 23-year love affair with major league hockey ended yesterday in tears and recriminations," writes John Douglas in this morning''s WINNIPEG FREE PRESS. John Loewen, Chair of the Manitoba E
Jets Owner Barry Shenkarow said if the sale of his team to a group from MN is going to happen, "it''s going to happen in the next week. I''m a deal maker." In the Twin Cities, Jay Weiner identifies tw
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The Jets may have played their last game in Winnipeg last night, a 2-1 loss to the L.A. Kings. According to sources cited in this morning''s WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, the team could be headed to Minnesota
The IRS approved a complicated plan established by the late Royals Owner Ewing Kauffman that would allow for the team to be owned by local Kansas City charities, according to this morning''s K.C. STAR
The way teams pick their medical care providers is re- visited by "Scorecard" in the current SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. The issue was first examined by ABC''s Armen Keteyian on the November 1st "Nightline."
In a letter to the editor released to THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY, Celtics CFO Joseph DiLorenzo accused FINANCIAL WORLD of including "numerous errors of fact" and drawing the "erroneous conclusion" that
Students at Bowie State Univ. are reportedly upset at the fact that the Bullets pay only $9,000 annually for the use of a gym there as a practice facility and is not open for use when the team is not
Baltimore''s new AHL club is expected to announce its ownership group, NHL affiliation and ticket prices at a May 15 news conference. Sources indicate the group may include minority Orioles owner Pam