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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...
MLB''s labor deal "appears to be one vote away from defeat," according to Hal Bodley of USA TODAY. Houston and Seattle are teams now expected to vote against the proposed deal next week in Chicago. Th
The NBA begins its 50th anniversary season tonight with a full schedule of games. NBA Commissioner David Stern will be in Toronto for the Knicks-Raptors, where the teams will be wear "retro" uniforms.
At its owners meeting in New Orleans, the NFL awarded Super Bowl XXXIII in 1999 to Miami, Super Bowl 2000 to Atlanta and 2001 to Tampa Bay. The selection of Miami in ''99 "wasn''t a surprise ... But S
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is featured in the current issue of INSIDE MEDIA. In a Q&A with Brockinton & Reynolds, Bettman discusses the impact of the league''s TV deals with Fox and ESPN and the st
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said yesterday at the NFL owners meetings in New Orleans that he "cannot foresee" the return of pro football to L.A. any time before the year 2000, according to T.J. Si
Eight months before its first game, the WNBA yesterday unveiled the sites of eight charter franchises. The Eastern Conference will be made up of Charlotte, Cleveland, Houston and New York. The Western
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Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig denied a report in yesterday''s CHICAGO TRIBUNE that owners were ready to fire management negotiator Randy Levine because they were unhappy over a proposed labor agre
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