New Complex Could Cause Traffic For Jets, Giants New Jersey Arenas Benefit From MSG's Closure Goldberg Resigns As Chair Of NJSEA Names In The News Seton Hall To Play At Prudential Center Devils Owner Feels New Arena Will Be Profitable Names In The News Devils Not Returning To Meadowlands Giants, Jets Reveal Preliminary Plans Facility Notes
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SBD Article Published March 16, 2012
Chris Christie Thursday announced that the NJSEA “would become part of the Department of State, wh... ” The changes would come as NJSEA “is in the process of turning over Monmouth Park...
SBD Article Published July 19, 2011
" Both Krezwick and Izod Center operator NJSEA Exec VP/Facilities James Minish contend that MSG'...
SBD Article Published January 05, 2011
NJSEA Chair CARL GOLDBERG yesterday "submitted his resi... Goldberg, who also resigned from the NJSEA's board, had "spent the past year as a holdover b... " NJSEA Vice Chair JOSEPH BUCKELEW, Goldberg’s predecesso... " Brennan notes NJSEA President & CEO DENNIS ROBINSON's contract "expir... " Sherman notes as Chair of NJSEA, Goldberg "gained a reputation as a soft-spoken f...
SBD Article Published May 16, 2007
NJSEA: ...s said that three men have interviewed to replace NJSEA President GEORGE ZOFFINGER, including THOMAS WERB... Werblin, the son of former NJSEA Chair SONNY WERBLIN, has served as VP/Marketing f... Rowe was an NJSEA VP until leaving in ’95 for a five-year stint as...
Senators Owner EUGENE MELNYK will retire as Chair of Biovail Corp., effective June 30, in the wake of “enforcement action” by the SEC over trading and reporting of shares (FINANCIAL POST, 5/16). NJSEA
SBD Article Published May 10, 2007
NJSEA President & CEO George Zoffinger, who tried
After 26 seasons at Continental Airlines Arena, the Seton Hall Univ. (SHU) men’s basketball team will play its home games at Prudential Center in Newark next season, according to Matthew Futterman of
SBD Article Published May 03, 2007
Vanderbeek Says Devils Could SellOut Every Game In New Arena The Devils are opening the 17,628-seat Prudential Center in Newark next season and Owner Jeffrey Vanderbeek said there is a “decent chance that we sell out every game,” according to John Brennan of the Bergen RECORD. The Devils did not sell out a single game during the ’06-07 regular season at the 19,040-seat Continental Airlines Arena, though they did exceed 17,000 in attendance s...
The Devils are opening the 17,628-seat Prudential Center in Newark next season and Owner Jeffrey Vanderbeek said there is a “decent chance that we sell out every game,” according to John Brennan of th
SBD Article Published April 24, 2007
NJSEA Dir of Communications & External Affairs BERNARD...
SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL’s Daniel Kaplan cites sources as saying that IMG has “received several inquiries in recent months” about whether the company is for sale. However, while IMG has been working wit
SBD Article Published April 02, 2007
NJSEA officials “have dates available” at the Meadowlan...
Devils Owner Jeff Vanderbeek said that the team “will not play any games” at Continental Airlines Arena next season even if “there is a delay in the opening of the Prudential Center,” according to Ric
SBD Article Published March 30, 2007
NJSEA Receives PreliminaryStadium Plans From Giants, Je... Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority (NJSEA) that provides the “first ” NJSEA Chair Carl Goldberg said,
The Giants and Jets have submitted a preliminary planning document to the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority (NJSEA) that provides the “first glimpses” of their planned stadium, according to Mat
SBD Article Published March 16, 2007
...The NJSEA “plans to submit a bid to continue to host NCAA b... NJSEA VP & GM Ron VanDeVeen said, “We believe we are a...
In Pittsburgh, Belko & Rotstein report the new Penguins arena would still be built “even if the $7.5[M] a year for 30 years committed by casino licensee Don Barden evaporated.” The state of Pennsylvan
SBD Article Published March 15, 2007
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The Flyers gave GM PAUL HOLMGREN a two-year extension through the ’08-09 season. Holmgren took over as GM in October following the resignation of BOB CLARKE (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 3/15)....New Jersey
SBD Article Published March 09, 2007
Outgoing NJSEA President & CEO George Zoffinger said, “I’ll
Forest City Enterprises President & CEO Charles Ratner and Exec VP/Finance & Investment Bob O’Brien during a Webcast on Tuesday indicated that the Nets “will spend at least one more NBA season at Cont