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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....
The Red Sox are "seriously considering" a public stock sale that would give buyers a piece of a new Fenway Park "but not the team," according to Will McDonough of the BOSTON GLOBE. While the Red Sox "
In Edmonton, NHL Oilers local investors have raised C$55M now with the addition of a C$1M share from business exec Dave Addie and an anonymous Lloydminster investor. The group is looking for C$60M in
Just weeks after the Packers announced they had generated $24M from a public stock sale, Packers Corporate Treasurer John Underwood declared FY ''97 as the team''s "best ever," according to Tom Silver
The Sabres have dismissed President & CEO Larry Quinn. Empire Sports Network VP/GM Ron Bertovich will act as interim GM of Administration for the team, overseeing day- to-day non-hockey administration
The Blue Jays'' new marketing campaign, which targets women and children by projecting "a warm, caring image," is examined by Solange De Santis of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. As part of the campaign, the
News Corp. Chair Rupert Murdoch attended the Dodgers home opener yesterday, a 9-1 win in front of 52,424 at Dodgers Stadium. In L.A., Ross Newhan reports that Murdoch watched from Peter O''Malley''s p
The Royals'' Board of Directors met yesterday and "discovered that many more potential bidders have popped up" for the team, according to Charles Crumpley of the K.C. STAR. The Board also decided to a
The Rangers'' absence from this year''s NHL playoffs means MSG "will lose home games that each account for an estimated" $1M in revenue and $250,000-$300,000 in profit, according to Richard Sandomir o
The Devil Rays "haven''t done as well at the gate in the opening games as other recent expansion teams," according to Rob Shaw of the TAMPA TRIBUNE. During the team''s three-game opening homestand at
NBA: With over 36,000 tickets sold for their final two home games, the Sixers will surpass their regular-season ''82-83 attendance record of 647,788. President Pat Croce: "Wait ''til we begin to win.