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Olympic Business Partners Not Overly Concerned About NHL's PyeongChang Decision

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 10 / 17

The Olympics business world met last week's news that the NHL will not participate in the '18 PyeongChang Games "with a shrug," according to Ben Fischer of SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. Pilson Communications President Neal Pilson said, "Hockey is not the most important sport in the Winter Olympics ...

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