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Q&A: Vancouver sportscaster Don Taylor is no longer on TV — and he's OK with that

It’s been three weeks since Rogers Sportsnet told Don Taylor they were cutting him loose.

The veteran Vancouver sportscaster had hosted the nightly Sportsnet Connected highlight show since Sportsnet Pacific launched in 2001. 846 more words


What year is it?

  a repost … rant

I responded to several nasty conservative comments about women, Planned Parenthood, contraceptives, and abortion.  No, it was not a great idea because the opposition was quite serious while throwing out their version of the truth, their own facts and some of those facts were just wrong.  906 more words

~ My 2cents ...

Tom Garavaglia: Tampa Bay Lightning Community Hockey Coordinator

Tom Garavaglia, Community Hockey Coordinator, for the Tampa Bay Lightning talks about technology impacting the sports industry in the next five years. 

1. Do you work better under pressure or with time to plan and organize? 416 more words

Senators add new VP of ticketing

Peter O’Leary is the Ottawa Senators new chief marketing officer and vice-president of ticketing. O’Leary, former vice-president of advertising at the Ottawa Citizen, spent the past nine years at Metroland Media Group. 11 more words

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LA Kings Center Prospect Nick Shore Doesn't Stand Out, But That's A Good Thing

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LA KINGS PROSPECT WATCH: Throughout the summer, Frozen Royalty will be taking a look at several of the Los Angeles Kings’ young prospects. In this installment, the focus is on 2011 third round pick, center Nick Shore. 1,440 more words

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Winnipeg Jets: Why is Andrew Ladd's favorite a 'mishap' but Evander Kane's favorite is a 'scandal?'

Let me see if I’ve got this straight:

In one corner, we have Andrew Ladd, who favorites a tweet taking a whack at management and it’s a “mishap” that causes “a bit of a stir.” 452 more words

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NHL makes changes to next year's draft lottery, bigger ones for 2016

NEW YORK — The NHL draft lottery will have a slightly different look next year and a drastically different one in 2016.

In an effort to “more appropriately reflect the current state of competitive balance,” the NHL announced changes to the draft lottery that will more evenly balance out the odds of teams drawing the No. 94 more words