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Fanatics To Have Exclusive NHL Rights To Playoff Apparel, Replica Jerseys In '17-18

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 26 / 16

Fanatics today revealed some specifics within the broad licensing deal it signed with the NHL more than a year ago. Starting next season, Fanatics will have exclusive playoff and championship locker-room apparel rights with the NHL, along with the rights to exclusively make and sell adult-sized NHL ...

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