The Darkest Days in the Business History of the NHL

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  1. danishh

    danishh Registered User

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    so i came across this blog post from SBN while searching for some details regarding the sens bankruptcy, and after reading through it, i'm sort of amazed to just look back and see how far both the sabres and sens have come. It's not completely thorough (doesnt mention that covanta went bankrupt, or anything about the houston option), but a very rewarding read nonetheless.

    http://sportsbiznews.blogspot.com/2007/05/first-bankruptcy-bowl-then-stanley-cup.html


    maybe timely, because we're in the midst (or hopefully the end) of the 'next' darkest days of nhl business right now.
     
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    JMO, but I still see darker days ahead and another lockout before the players and the owners truely see themselves as partners, instead on enemies. Don't want to get into my reasons why, but that's my take on it.
     

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