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NHL, Players Set Escrow Withholding Rate At 15% For First Quarter Of '16-17 SeasonPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 25 / 16
The NHL and NHLPA on Saturday "set the escrow withholding rate for players" at 15.5% for the first quarter of the season, according to Frank Seravalli of TSN.ca. That portion of the players' salaries will be "put aside" until after all of the '16-17 season’s hockey-related revenue is counted t...
In the current issue of the HOCKEY NEWS, Bob McKenzie lists complete salaries for each NHL franchise. The figures show that 13 players in the NHL are making more than $4M this season. The following ar
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NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter "may be angling" to bring licensing rights "under union control as they are in other leagues, giving the PA a solid, marketable property for licensing and a revenue stream w
Washington Sports & Entertainment has sold 5,268 WNBA season tickets, which tops the league-imposed ticket goal of 3,000 in order to qualify for a team. The NBA Board of Governors meeting next week wi
The payrolls of each NBA team were listed in the Newark STAR-LEDGER by Dave D''Allesandro. The top three, in millions: Bulls, $61.87M; Knicks $53.70M; Magic, $42.48M (Newark STAR-LEDGER, 11/6)....The
Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig said yesterday that "achieving Phase I of realignment doesn''t mean he plans to step down" from his post, according to Tom Haudricourt of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTIN
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue testified Tuesday and Wednesday in the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission''s (CVC) $130M antitrust lawsuit against the NFL. On Tuesday, Tagliabue said that ne
The NFL "may be number one in everything from merchandising to viewership, but they don''t take that position for granted. Their challenge is how to keep these fans happy, while attracting new ones,"
NBA: Dee Kantner became the second woman to officiate an NBA game last night when she worked the Hawks-76ers game in Philadelphia. In Philadelphia, Timothy Dwyer: "Kantner did just fine" (PHILADELPHIA
The Brewers will announce today that they are moving from the AL to the NL, effective immediately, according to Tom Haudricourt of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. An MLB source confirmed that a confer