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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 14

NBC Sports hockey analyst Eddie Olczyk  will face off against fans in a shoot-the-puck competition at Horseshoe Casino in Indiana.

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09/19/95
FRIDAY COMES AND GOES AS KINGS SALE COULD BE IN JEOPARDY

Friday was supposed to be the day the L.A. Kings would be sold to Philip Anschutz and Edward Roski, but the L.A. TIMES reports the "potential purchasers are concerned about the assumable liability and

Tags: AEG, Franchises, NHL

09/18/95
FRANCHISE NOTES

Oilers Exec VP Mike McClure said Friday the team has reached a "basic understanding" with Nashville officials on what type a deal will be required to move the club in ''98. McClure said the Oilers wer

Tags: CFL, Cleveland Indians, Edmonton Oilers, Franchises, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Pirates

09/18/95
MARGE'S ANTICS LEAVE MANY WITH RED FACES IN CINCINNATI

In Boston, Peter Gammons reports that "there is a bigger fear" in Cincinnati than the Reds'' opening playoff match-up -- "that they won''t come close to selling out home dates" for the first series. G

Tags: Cincinnati Reds, Franchises

09/18/95
DALLAS BUSINESSMAN SPANO BUYS HALF OF STARS FROM GREEN

Dallas businessman John Spano is leading a group of investors that will buy 50% of the Stars from Owner Norman Green for a "an excess of" $40M, according to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Spano, 31, owns Bi

Tags: Dallas Stars, Franchises, NHL, Southwest Sports Group

09/18/95
BATTEN THE HATCHES! ROUGH SEAS EXPECTED FOR PIRATES

The Pirates'' battle to stay in Pittsburgh hinges upon Friday''s deadline for Sacramento businessman Kevin McClatchy''s $85M bid. However, with McClatchy scrambling to add investors, writers around ba

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Franchises, MLB, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, Seattle Mariners

09/15/95
FRANCHISE NOTES: KINGS SALE -- A NEVER ENDING STORY

An announcement on the sale of the Kings was expected for today, but "according to some insiders, negotiations hit a snag" yesterday, according to this morning''s L.A. TIMES. Lisa Dillman reports a de

Tags: Edmonton Oilers, Franchises, MLB, New Jersey Devils, Oakland Athletics, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Pirates, YankeeNets

09/15/95
FANS BUCK UP IN MILWAUKEE, GO FOR FEWER BREW-HA-HA'S

The Milwaukee Bucks will most likely outdraw their baseball counterparts, the Brewers, in average home attendance this season, according to Bob Wolfley of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The Bucks ave

Tags: Franchises, Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks

09/15/95
JAYS NOT FOR SALE BUT BELGIAN OWNERS MAY WAFFLE WITH MARKET

Belgian brewer Interbrew, S.A., which recently acquired the Blue Jays in its takeover of Labatt''s, will not sell the Toronto club until after a labor agreement is reached and the team regains its val

Tags: Franchises, Labatt Brewing, NBA, NFL, Toronto Blue Jays

09/15/95
CHILL THOSE KEGS! BEER AND FOOTBALL HIT CAROLINA ON SUNDAY

The SC Supreme Court refused a request from a Clemson church late yesterday to halt beer sales at Clemson''s Memorial Stadium on Sundays during Panthers games. Jeff Schultz reports in this morning''s

Tags: Franchises

09/14/95
CAPS/BULLETS MERGER RUFFLES SOME FEATHERS IN LANDOVER

The consolidation of the Bullets and Capitals operations under the Washington Sports umbrella last July has created sharp and personal "conflicts" at the operation''s Landover, MD, offices, writes Ken

Tags: Franchises, Washington Capitals

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