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American NHLers Plan To Skip Worlds If USA Hockey Uses Replacement Women's PlayersPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 27 / 17
American NHL players plan to "skip participation of the men's IIHF World Championships in May if USA Hockey uses replacement players" at the women's World Championships that begin this Friday, according to A.J. Perez of USA TODAY. USA Hockey "continued to seek out replacement players during the...
NBA players announced today that they will present an exhibition game called "The Game on Showtime" to be played December 19 at the Convention Hall in Atlantic City, NJ. Showtime will begin coverage o
Giants co-Owner Bob Tisch visited L.A. last week and said the New Coliseum "is a viable option" for the NFL''s 32nd franchise, with the new Staples Center playing "an important role" in persuading NFL
Sport in Canada: Everybody''s Business, a 176-page report authored by a nine-member subcommittee chaired by Toronto-area MP Dennis Mills, was presented yesterday to Canada''s House of Commons, accordi
NASCAR will hold its ''98 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Awards Banquet tonight at the Waldorf-Astoria in N.Y., according to Juliet Macur of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. Series sponsor Winston will present year-e
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig discussed the "competitive imbalance" among MLB''s 30 teams during a special two-hour meeting held yesterday in Chicago, according to Tom Haudricourt of the MILWAUKEE JOURNA
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Bills Owner Ralph Wilson "reacted angrily to a faxed letter" from NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue that "expressed the intent" to fine Wilson $50,000 for criticizing the officiating after last Sunday''
After its "much criticized" "Go Baby Go" ad campaign, the NTRA was "expected to rebound with a series for older horses ... that would bring its stars together," according to Bill Finley of the N.Y. DA
Talks between the NBA and the NBPA resumed today at 10:00am ET and USA TODAY''s Roscoe Nance writes that the "air is filled with pessimism" as NBA Commissioner David Stern and NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunt
In Milwaukee, Dale Hoffman writes that "the best possible outcome" of today''s MLB meetings in N.Y. "will be a polite tittering from a select few in [MLB Commissioner Bud Selig''s] audience, rather th