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Golden Knights-Root Sports Deal Gives Club One Of Largest Distribution Territories In NHL

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 23 / 17

The Vegas Golden Knights have signed a multiyear deal with AT&T Sports Networks, making Root Sports Rocky Mountain its first local TV partner. The deal includes Nevada, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah, as well as select areas of Arizona and California, making it one of the largest authorized di...

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