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NHL & MLBAM to Team Up to Create New Digital Products & Platforms to Transform the NHL Fan Experience

The NHL and MLBAM (the interactive digital media side of the MLB) have entered a big partnership that will be moving out Charles Wang’s Neulion company who was the NHL’s former media partner. Neulion will assist with the transition. This will give NHL the ability to have a more interactive media hub that contains social media, fantasy, apps, stats, analytics, ... Read More »

Barclays Center Isles Games will have LIRR Enhanced Service for Long Islanders

Per Barclays: The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) is introducing enhanced service to make New York Islanders games in Brooklyn easily accessible for fans on Long Island. On weekdays, the new schedule will include two additional eastbound trains that will depart from Atlantic Terminal 20 minutes following the conclusion of each Islanders home game. The trains will run to Babylon and ... Read More »

The Kyle Okposo Conundrum

Ryan Kesler, a very good but not elite player, just got a 6-year extension from the Ducks that averages 6.875 million per year. Kesler hasn’t scored over 70 points since the 2010-2011 season.   Maybe they are apples to oranges, but the writing is on the wall that the Isles have a lot of thinking on tap because KO might ... Read More »

Summer Observation – Something to Consider

Washington Capitals lose Green, Ward and Fehr. They sign Justin Williams and trade for Oshie. Now they might need to let Johansson walk as they face a likely big arbitration number for their goalie. This is because the Capitals face salary cap issues. They might trade for Bozak, who is a lot less of a player than Johannson.   Yet ... Read More »

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