NHL

NFT Startup Sets Sights on NHL, Team Ownership

Lipsweater, a Montreal-based NFT platform that specializes in hockey, is bringing its collectibles to the NHL in the hopes of owning a franchise in the future.

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Panthers 1st to Clinch Stanley Cup Playoff Berth

Riding the hot stick of winger Jonathan Huberdeau, Florida is poised to make a run at its first Stanley Cup championship.

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Calgary Flames Add to List of COVID-Related Lawsuits

The Calgary Flames have file a $125 million lawsuit against its insurers, alleging they did not enforce the terms of its “all risks” policy.

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Maple Leafs’ Special Teams Can Fuel Cup Run

The Maple Leafs are riding the strength of their special teams — and the sticks of Auston Matthews and Mitchell Marner — as they seek their first Stanley Cup since 1967.

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The NHL Cares About Music More Than Ever

The world’s premier hockey league is tapping the biggest artists in the game to reach new fans.

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NBA Team 'Top Priority' for Fenway Sports Group

Fenway Sports Group could be adding an NBA team to its roster. Oh, and also an NFL team a WNBA team, a cricket team, and a second soccer team.

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Chris Kreider’s Late Breakout Is Enormous Bargain for Rangers

Kreider leads the NHL with 18 power-play goals. New York is getting tremendous value from his 84th-ranked cap hit.

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WarnerMedia Secures U.S. Soccer Rights For $200M

WarnerMedia has secured an eight-year domestic English-language rights deal with the U.S. Soccer Federation for roughly $200 million.

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Apple, Nike Among Many Companies Halting Sales in Russia

Apple, Nike, and numerous other companies are halting business in Russia. Apple had opened an office in Moscow in February.

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Red Wings GM Is Plotting Team’s Return to Glory

Steve Yzerman is shrewdly building the bedrock for Detroit to be a future Stanley Cup contender.

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