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Canadiens' Geoff Molson, Jets' Mark Chipman Join NHL Exec CommitteePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 09 / 16
The NHL BOG on Friday elected Canadiens Owner Geoff Molson and Jets Owner Mark Chipman to its 10-member Exec Committee. The two replace late Flyers Owner Ed Snider and Hurricanes Owner Peter Karmanos, Jr. , who was not re-elected. The other eight members include Henry Samueli (Ducks), Murr...
NHL: Calgary council member Bob Hawkesworth said that he will "try to stop the [Flames] from getting a license to operate a casino" in the Pengrowth Saddledome. Hawkesworth said, "I was quite shocked
News Corp. has retained N.Y.-based investment banker Allen & Co. to shop for a buyer for the Dodgers, according to Hofmeister & Newhan of the L.A. TIMES, who call the move the "most serious step yet"
USOC President Marty Mankamyer yesterday in a statement supported "plans to appoint a special `oversight panel'' to review circumstances surrounding an ethics-related controversy" involving USOC CEO L
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Tuesday, January 21, 2003 In the third of a four-part series on the state of the NHL, the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL’s David Naylor writes, “Every discussion about restructuring the NHL’s economics involves
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ABC Kicks Blimp, Tradition ABC plans to air this Sunday''s Super Bowl from Qualcomm Stadium without a blimp, instead using cameras mounted on an airplane, according to Fritz Quindt of SPORTING NEWS, w
Click Here to View Clip The advertising market for ABC''s Super Bowl telecast "has been robust, but it''s not as healthy as has been reported," according to Andy Bernstein of the SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNA
The T''Wolves on Wednesday "will give each fan who is a Time Warner customer not receiving FSN two tickets" to their game against the Sonics, according to Robbie Pickeral of the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS
The WNBA''s CBA expired September 15, and on Friday, WNBPA officials "went public with their impatience over stalled talks," according to Debbie Arrington of the SACRAMENTO BEE. Comets G and WNBPA Pre
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Monday, January 20, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Jan 17, 2003 Jan 16 , 2003 Jan 15 , 2003 Jan 14, 2003 Jan 13, 2003 • The Daily Offers
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