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NHL Expansion Into Warm-Weather Cities Aides In The Development Of Top-Level ProspectsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 24 / 16
NHL expansion and franchise relocation to fresh precincts have "resulted in creating hockey incubators" in parts of the U.S. "not normally associated with ice," according to Matt Higgins of the N.Y. TIMES. The Maple Leafs "are expected to use the No. 1 pick to select" C Auston Matthews from Scottsda...
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AUTOWEEK notes NASCAR President Bill France Jr.''s recent heart problems in Japan under the header, "Questions Of Succession Were Secondary To Concerns For Bill France." Commenting on a possible succe
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After last night''s Maple Leafs 3-1 win over the Sharks, Ken Fidlin wrote, "As the minutes drained away and the game droned on like some medieval dirge, we got a serious look at the future of hockey."
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