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Vinik’s vision

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 22 / 15

In a suite set right along the blue line, Harry Barkett and a group of family and friends are among the more than 19,000 in attendance for an early round playoff game between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Detroit Red Wings. Barkett is unlike most others wearing Lightning blue this Saturday nigh...

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