Jets sign Laine. [Toronto Sun] Colorado Avalanche: Former teammates reunite. [ISports Web] Toronto Marlies sign Marc-André Cliche and Colin Smith. [Pension Plan Puppets] Long weekend, huge makeover for IceCaps. [The Telegram] NHL free agency: Jason Demers signs 5-year deal with Panthers. [CBC]
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NASCAR today announced it has promoted five leaders in its Daytona Beach, Florida, and Charlotte, North Carolina, offices to Vice President, in recognition of their various achievements and leadership roles in key business units. The five promoted today include: David Higdon, Integrated Marketing Communications (Daytona Beach); Cory Posocco, NASCAR Events Group (Daytona Beach); Chad...
NASCAR announced today several personnel moves designed to position NASCAR Digital Media (NDM) for continued growth and success. Colin Smith, managing director, NASCAR Digital Media, assumes responsibility of managing day-to-day operations for the sanctioning body’s digital platform. Smith, who joined NASCAR in 2012 after a 17-year career at Raycom Sports, will be responsible for...
Prediction: NASCAR fans are already thinking about which driver will be visiting Victory Lane at the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway this Sunday. Fact: NASCAR fans will be able to put their prediction skills to the test – against other fans in real time – when OneUp Sports launches a brand new predictive gaming app, NASCAR Connect, on iOS devices this weekend.“We made...
With the stinging pain of back-to-back losses in Alberta fresh in their minds, many fans have bemoaned head coach Paul Maclean's ice time allocation. "Interesting" is a euphemism I'd use to describe his TOI distribution in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Flames. Others chose to word it differently. The main source of fans' disdain is the healthy ice time total Maclean awarded the line...
By Doug Plagens, Special to WFNY A four-goal third period for the Oklahoma City Barons halted a comeback attempt for the Lake Erie Monsters (8-7-0-1), who fell 6-1 to the Barons Thursday night at Quicken Loans Arena. Colin Smith tied the game with a power play goal in the second period, but Oklahoma City followed Smith’s tally with five unanswered goals. After a scoreless...
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