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Premier Hockey Federation Names Bryan Koop to Head New Facilities Advisory Committee

Bryan Koop has been hired by the Premier Hockey Federation to serve as a strategic advisor on facilities and infrastructure. Koop serves as executive vice president, Boston Region for Boston Properties, which recently partnered with Delaware North, owners of the Boston Bruins, on the development of The Hub on Causeway, a 1.6 million square foot mixed-use […]

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In this Feb. 13, 2018, file photo, Chloe Kim, of the United States, jumps during the women's halfpipe finals at Phoenix Snow Park at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File)

What to Watch for at the Beijing Winter Olympics

Between the controversies surrounding the host to a pandemic still ongoing after two years, there has never been an Olympic Winter and Paralympic Games like this. In the Olympic coverage preceding this year’s Games, very little of it has been focused on the athletes. Even NBC has been downgrading some of its ratings guarantees to […]

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NWHL On Verge of Adding Team in Montreal

The National Women’s Hockey League will continue its move north of the border by expanding into Montreal starting next season, adding a seventh team to the league. The anticipated expansion was reported by The Associated Press, saying that an announcement was scheduled in February but pushed back after the Isobel Cup playoffs were postponed. NWHL […]

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NWHL’s Boston Franchise Sold to Private Investor

The Boston Pride, one of the founding four franchises in the National Women’s Hockey League, has been bought by a team of private investors in what the league is calling a significant milestone. The Pride’s new ownership group is led by Cannon Capital managing partner Miles Arnone, who has worked for more than two decades […]

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NWHL to Stream Games on Twitch

The National Women’s Hockey League, in a period of upheaval for the women’s professional game, has signed a landmark streaming partnership with Twitch, a three-year deal that pays the NWHL a rights fee on top of being on the popular live streaming platform. Under terms of the deal, Twitch will stream every NWHL regular season […]

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