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Empty Seats Spotted At Canada-Europe World Cup Of Hockey Game

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 28 / 16

Last night's World Cup of Hockey Final Game 1 featuring Canada-Team Europe was officially a sellout, but there were "empty seats throughout" Air Canada Centre in Toronto. Lots of people "paid for tickets but had better things to do." The event did compete with a home game for the Blue Jays, who...

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Morning Bell, August 8, 2002

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Executive Transactions

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MLB's Longest Labor Talks Yet

Representatives from MLB and the MLBPA met yesterday in three sessions and "exchanged additional ideas about the structure of various plans for revenue sharing" and reached agreement on non-core issue

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Cablevision To Retire Rainbow

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Eagles Cheerleaders Calendar

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SBJ's Report On The NFL

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USPV Doubles In Size To Eight

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Matsushita Renews IOC Deal

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Madden's “MNF” Debut A Hit

ABC''s "MNF" earned a 8.6/14 overnight Nielsen rating for its coverage of last night''s Giants-Texans Hall of Fame Game from Canton, OH, marking a 21% increase from the 7.1/12 for Dolphins-Rams last y

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