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SBJ's inaugural 'Hockey Biz Podcast'
Staffers Christopher Botta and Alex Silverman discuss the week's hockey news
April 16, 2014 10:23 AM
■ The Canucks and Maple Leafs hiring former players in executive roles, why they might have made the moves and what PR value can be gained from them.
■ The latest on the potential sale of the New York Islanders and how their move to Brooklyn makes the team a much more viable property.
■ The NHL's average per-game attendance being down from last season's 48-game slate, why that would be the case and what it means.
■ And whether the Columbus Blue Jackets trying to ensure that only Ohio residents can buy home playoff tickets is a good idea and will be effective.