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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...
NCAA President Cedric Dempsey''s nine-year term ends December 31, and in Indianapolis, Mark Alesia wrote Dempsey "received high marks for the CBS contract and the $50[M] in incentives the NCAA receive
The FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM''s Jeff Caplan reports that TX Tech Univ. (TTU) men''s basketball coach Bob Knight "continues to be a financial windfall for the university," as his presence has "injected
VIKINGS: Twins Owner Carl Pohlad said that he "had some interest in buying the Vikings but not at the $600 million price that [Vikings Owner Red] McCombs is asking." Pohlad: "We did a study on the Vik
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As "part of the agreements the Rockets reached" with the Chinese Basketball Association in exchange for drafting C Yao Ming, Rockets President George Postolos was in Beijing last week "as part of a co
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The NJ Attorney General''s Office has launched an investigation to determine whether Cablevision "violated antitrust laws this year by refusing to broadcast" the YES Network on its systems, according
The following lists overnight Nielsen ratings from weekend sports events. Because of last week''s storm, the overnights do not include the Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham or Greensboro markets (THE DAILY).
The ASPEN TIMES'' Jennifer Davoren reports that Aspen Skiing VP/Marketing & Sales David Perry, in an effort to be added to next year''s Int''l Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup schedule, encouraged those
On his "Owners Booth" segment of WBCN-FM''s pregame show yesterday, Patriots Vice Chair Jonathan Kraft announced "at least a ten-year extension" to keep WBCN as the team''s flagship radio network. Whi
Some are speculating that the Trail Blazers "are on course, this season, to lose upward" of $100M, according to Dwight Jaynes of the PORTLAND TRIBUNE, who noted that "no other team in professional spo