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L.A. Kings To Oversee German Hockey League Side Eisbären Berlin Operations

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 22 / 17

The L.A. Kings are now "overseeing the operations" of Eisbären Berlin of the German Hockey League (DEL), according to Chuck Penfold of DEUTSCHE WELLE. This comes toward the end of "another disappointing regular season" for the former German champions. The arrangement is designed to "deepen the ...

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