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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Nhl Board Of Governors
George McPhee can't talk about it yet. It's probably best for Washington Capitals fans not to think about it.
The NHL Board of Governors has approved the sale of the St. Louis Blues to a group headed by St. Louis beer distributor Tom Stillman, the league announced Wednesday.
In a season in which very little has gone right for the Blue Jackets, general manager Scott Howson was able to deliver something positive: Columbus has landed the 2013 NHL All-Star game.
A day after the NHL announced that realignment would be scrapped for the 2012-13 season, the Washington Capitals and San Jose Sharks brushed off the importance of the issue, though many did broach concerns that held up the NHL Players' Association's lack of consent.
Fans in Winnipeg are showing just how excited they are to have NHL hockey back, helping the club hit its goal of 13,000 season tickets sold in a matter of minutes.
If there were any doubts that Terry Pegula was as big a Sabres fan as he says he is, they were erased when Pegula choked up at the sight of Sabres great Gilbert Perreault arriving at Pegula's first news conference as the team's new owner.
If there were any doubts that Terry Pegula was as big a Sabres fan as he says he is, they were erased when Pegula choked up at the sight of Sabres great Gilbert Perreault in attendance at Pegula's first news conference as the team's new owner.
The NHL is praising the lease agreement between Chicago investor Matthew Hulsizer and the city of Glendale, saying it will "finally lead to a transition of ownership of the Phoenix Coyotes."
The city of Glendale says it has reached an agreement in principle with a group headed by Chicago investor Matthew Hulsizer on a new lease for the Phoenix Coyotes.
The NHL has approved a change in its bylaw that governs how the league breaks ties in the standings at the end of the season.