Month: June 2022

NHL’s Salary Cap Rises for First Time in Three Years

The NHL Salary Cap for the 2022-23 season will be set at $82.5 million, marking the first increase in three years.

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Brewers Unveil New City Connect Uniforms

Milwaukee will introduce the nickname “Brew Crew” on a uniforms, which pay homage to beer, grilling, and summer skies.

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EA Sports To Bring Back NCAA Football in July 2023

EA Sports is reportedly contacting schools to gather stadium assets for the return of NCAA College Football in the summer of 2023.

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Congress Introduces Bills in Response to Commanders Investigation

House Oversight Committee chair announces legislation to protect employees, bills that are the result of Congress’ Commanders investigation.

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Celtics’ Finals Loss Could Kickstart A Future Dynasty

The young Celtics should take heart from an inspiring, overachieving season that might just have kickstarted their own future dynasty.

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Steph Curry Pretty Much Ruled The NBA This Season

Steph Curry turned out to be the NBA’s Man of the Year with historic exploits on and off the court.

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Bayern Need More Than Mané To Replace The ‘Big Lewandowski’

Mane reportedly agreed personal terms on a three-year deal to join. Lewandowski is heavily rumored to leave the club this offseason.

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Rams QB Matthew Stafford Sells $21M, 6BR LA Estate

The Rams QB has sold one of his three Southern California properties for $21 million, just one year after buying it.

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NASCAR Rides Surging Ratings As It Eyes New Media Rights Deal

NASCAR viewership is at its highest since 2017. New rights talks could start along the lines of $8 billion over the course of 10 years.

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Vince McMahon Steps Down As WWE Chairman And CEO

The decision was made in the wake of a sexual misconduct investigation. McMahon has run WWE since buying it from his father in 1982.

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