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February 19, 2011 | By Mark Heisler
Ah, peace, it's . . . Temporary. NBA Commissioner David Stern announced the game "has never been better," after previously noting the game's economic model is broken, his contribution to this weekend's love-in on the labor front here. If Stern and union head Billy Hunter agreed not to air differences this weekend, they'll be back at each other's throats as soon as they're out of here. "It was good rhetoric early to say [the NBA offer] is baloney [as Hunter did]
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December 12, 2011 | By Helene Elliott
+ Congratulations to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame's newest class, which was scheduled for induction Monday at a ceremony in Chicago. Well-deserved honors for former players Chris Chelios, Gary Suter and Keith Tkachuk, longtime Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider, and broadcaster Mike Emrick. + The Minnesota Wild is not boring. The once sleep-inducing team has outscored opponents, 25-12, in winning seven straight games and leads the NHL with 43 points. The Wild has speed, a great forecheck and fine goaltending.
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March 21, 2010
Problems in Portland Good things happen to good guys, and vice versa: Rather than celebrating the depleted Trail Blazers' stand under coach of the year frontrunner Nate McMillan , Portland ownership fired General Manager Kevin Pritchard's right-hand man, Tom Penn , amid speculation that Pritchard is next. "They can't do Kevin in the middle of the season, but they can do a drive-by on someone close to him," Warren LeGarie , the agent for both executives, told the Oregonian's John Canzano . "But guess who would be next."
SPORTS
February 19, 2011 | By Mark Heisler
Ah, peace, it's . . . Temporary. NBA Commissioner David Stern announced the game "has never been better," after previously noting the game's economic model is broken, his contribution to this weekend's love-in on the labor front here. If Stern and union head Billy Hunter agreed not to air differences this weekend, they'll be back at each other's throats as soon as they're out of here. "It was good rhetoric early to say [the NBA offer] is baloney [as Hunter did]
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March 11, 1990 | KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Coliseum representatives were scrambling Saturday to formulate a "last-ditch" offer to Raiders' owner Al Davis to keep his football team from moving to Oakland. Ed Snider, head of Spectacor Management Group and lead negotiator for the Coliseum's private managers, said the offer, if it comes together, will be made Monday morning. Oakland authorities have given Davis until noon Monday to give them his answer on whether he will move the team back to Oakland, where it played until 1982.
SPORTS
September 18, 1990 | BOB OATES
Throughout the long fight for the Raiders--a fight that matched Los Angeles against Oakland for many months--the heavy favorite seemed to be Oakland. Indeed, most of the nation was surprised last week when the club agreed to stay in Los Angeles. Who brought in the longshot?
SPORTS
December 12, 2011 | By Helene Elliott
+ Congratulations to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame's newest class, which was scheduled for induction Monday at a ceremony in Chicago. Well-deserved honors for former players Chris Chelios, Gary Suter and Keith Tkachuk, longtime Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider, and broadcaster Mike Emrick. + The Minnesota Wild is not boring. The once sleep-inducing team has outscored opponents, 25-12, in winning seven straight games and leads the NHL with 43 points. The Wild has speed, a great forecheck and fine goaltending.
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June 12, 1992 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Ziegler's tenure as NHL president began in 1977 with cantankerous Harold Ballard mocking him, in public, as an "office clerk" and a "know-nothing shrimp." Such comments by the late owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs became much of the soundtrack for Ziegler's tumultuous 15-year reign as the league's president. Ziegler, 58, is expected to announce today that he will resign on Sept. 30.
SPORTS
May 5, 1999
The NHL fined Philadelphia Flyer chairman Ed Snider $50,000 and Coach Roger Neilson $25,000 for criticism of league officials and officiating after the team's playoff-elimination loss to Toronto on Sunday.
NEWS
March 12, 1990
The lead negotiator for the Los Angeles Coliseum's private managers said Sunday that "tremendous progress" had been made at fashioning a new offer to Raiders owner Al Davis to keep his football team in Los Angeles.
SPORTS
March 21, 2010
Problems in Portland Good things happen to good guys, and vice versa: Rather than celebrating the depleted Trail Blazers' stand under coach of the year frontrunner Nate McMillan , Portland ownership fired General Manager Kevin Pritchard's right-hand man, Tom Penn , amid speculation that Pritchard is next. "They can't do Kevin in the middle of the season, but they can do a drive-by on someone close to him," Warren LeGarie , the agent for both executives, told the Oregonian's John Canzano . "But guess who would be next."
SPORTS
September 18, 1990 | BOB OATES
Throughout the long fight for the Raiders--a fight that matched Los Angeles against Oakland for many months--the heavy favorite seemed to be Oakland. Indeed, most of the nation was surprised last week when the club agreed to stay in Los Angeles. Who brought in the longshot?
NEWS
March 11, 1990 | KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Coliseum representatives were scrambling Saturday to formulate a "last-ditch" offer to Raiders' owner Al Davis to keep his football team from moving to Oakland. Ed Snider, head of Spectacor Management Group and lead negotiator for the Coliseum's private managers, said the offer, if it comes together, will be made Monday morning. Oakland authorities have given Davis until noon Monday to give them his answer on whether he will move the team back to Oakland, where it played until 1982.
SPORTS
April 8, 1999 | Associated Press
The Philadelphia Flyers don't expect captain Eric Lindros to return from his collapsed lung, even for this season's playoffs, team Chairman Ed Snider said. The Flyers' All-Star center probably will be discharged this morning from a hospital in Nashville, Tenn., the Flyers said. Lindros is slowly recovering from the injury he suffered when he was checked during a game a week ago against the Nashville Predators.
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