Found July 10, 2012 on Sox and Dawgs:
HARTFORD, July 9, 2012 – Effective immediately, AEG Management CT, LLC ("AEG"), will manage all business operations, including marketing, sponsorship, ticketing and group sales for the AHL’s Connecticut Whale hockey team. AEG will work directly with Madison Square Garden ("MSG") Sports to ensure business operations remain uninterrupted in Hartford. The Whale are the AHL affiliate of the NHL’s New York Rangers, hockey operations for the team will remain unchanged. Chuck Steedman, XL Center Senior Vice President & General Manager said, "We want to assure fans that AEG will continue to work tirelessly so that professional hockey has a future in Hartford. We are unequivocally dedicated to the ticket holders, community partners, and sponsors that support the Connecticut Whale." Steedman added, "We have personal and ongoing relationships with many of the team’s supporters and recognize that they are essential to the overall ...
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