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  • Marketing Goal : Indianapolis Sports

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    attention of the Indianapolis community and work towards creating a passion for hockey in a state that is defined by basketball. Indy Fuel’s marketing goal

  • Informative Essay: Why Hockey Is Popular In The World

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    Hockey has been played in a lot of places so this sport is very popular in the world. It is very popular because there is a lot of national pride in the sport (NHL.com). The history of hockey includes the sport’s first rules, the Stanley Cup, Pro Hockey, World War I, NHL in the 50’s, the expansion of hockey, hockey in the the 70’s 80’s and 90’s, hockey in Canada, and hockey today. Ice hockey might have been developed in Asia. Archaeological evidence points out that it may have been developed in

  • Nhl Lockout

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    NHL 's lockout September 16, 2004 the National Hockey League had a labour dispute that led to a lockout. The dispute was about the end of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA). The National Football League has a working salary cap for the teams in their league. NHL is trying to establish the same type of system that the NFL has. The negotiation between the NHL Players association and the NHL did not come easy. The disagreements were that NHL clubs spent too much on player 's salary. The

  • The Hockey World Is An Integral Field Of Sports Journalism

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    The hockey world is, and, remains an integral field of sports journalism. This essay will focus on the complexity of the National Hockey League, or the NHL, for short, is both a league and a corporate enterprise. This piece will examine the enduring practice of traditional journalistic representations of hockey and demonstrate the obstacles many journalists face when writing a comprehensive article. The task becomes difficult especially when candidates wholly adhere to a type of hockey lingo-rhetoric

  • The Hockey Players Of Gretzky

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    the moment Wayne Gretzky strapped on his first pair of skates at the age of two, he has been known as one of the best players ever to play in the National Hockey League and is known worldwide. Like many other professional hockey players, Gretzky was born in Canada, Ontario, Canada on January 26, 1961. At six years old, he was already playing hockey with older kids and when he played in peewee, he dominated. His final year of peewee, he scored an astonishing 378 goals. As Gretzky grew up, he continued

  • Meta Desc Research Paper

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    Meta Title: Year-Round Sports in Quebec, CA – Best Western Hotels Meta Desc: Catch the pros at one of Quebec’s thrilling ice hockey, football, or soccer games with nonstop excitement. Book your Best Western stay today and join the fun. H1: Enjoy Thrilling Year-Round Sports in Quebec, Canada Content: It goes without saying Canada’s second most populated province, Quebec, is home to an impressive lineup of pro sports clubs and year-round, sporting action. The proud province isn’t bashful when

  • Proposed Cities For Expansion Teams

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    interest in a sport comes more fans in new places. In an effort to grow their franchise, the NHL has been known to add expansion teams. The league started in 1942 with just six teams known as “The Original Six” and has expanded to 30 teams since then with the last teams being added in 2000 (Various). Sixteen years after the last expansion teams were added, the league is looking to add more. There are four proposed cities for expansion teams: Las Vegas, Seattle, Quebec City, and a second team in Toronto

  • Wayne Gretzky Research Paper

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    your all time favorite Canadian hockey player? There are many great Canadian hockey players out there. One of them is Wayne Gretzky. Former National Hockey League (NHL) star Wayne Douglas Gretzky, was born on January 26th, 1961 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Gretzky was only two years, ten months when he skated on ice for the very first time. Playing hockey first in his backyard, than on minor teams, finally the NHL, and now a legend, defines him as a legendary hockey player. There are many reasons

  • Hockey Is A Fast Pace Sport Essay

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    Hockey is a very fast pace sport. It is an exciting sport that is played by two teams on an ice rink. Each team has a goalie, two defensemen, two wingers and a center player on the ice at all times, excluding penalties and a few other rare circumstances (USA Hockey). The game is played, by each player moving a heavy rubber disk called a puck along the court. The puck is shot into the net to score points and the most points at the end of the game wins. This game is played at a fast pace because hockey

  • The National Hockey League Of Sun Belt Cities

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    National Hockey League changed in the years following the Gretzky trade. Ten years after the trade Anaheim, Dallas, Phoenix, Miami, San Jose, and Tampa were awarded NHL franchises. The National Hockey League’s southern expansion was partially driven by the attendance increase the Los Angeles Kings experienced after the Gretzky trade. The goal of this essay is to determine what drives attendance in Sun Belt cities. Our study should interest sports economists in academia and National Hockey league executives

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