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Ron MacLean Apologizes After French Referee Comments Cause Social Media Firestorm04 / 23 / 14
"Hockey Night in Canada" host Ron MacLean has "apologized for setting off a social media firestorm" following yesterday's Canadiens-Lightning game, according to the CP. MacLean during the game "suggested a French-speaking referee should not have worked the game." The comment "apparently st...
TBS is "close to a deal" to broadcast the May 18 Grand Prix track meet at Atlanta''s Olympic Stadium -- the first event to be held at the facility (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 3/17)....The NHL may be asked
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