New York’s Yankee Stadium will host a National Hockey League double-header next season, with the New York Rangers facing the New Jersey Devils on Jan. 26 and playing the New York Islanders three days later.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s refusal to sell bonds for a $500 million renovation of Wrigley Field is poised to help extend a debt rally that has pushed the city’s relative borrowing costs to a four-year low.
The National Hockey League is preparing to hold six outdoor games next season including the Winter Classic planned for New Year’s Day between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings at Michigan Stadium, TSN in Canada reported.
FirstEnergy Corp., an Akron, Ohio- based utility with customers in six states, reached a multiyear agreement to put its name on the Cleveland Browns’ stadium, the first time the National Football League team had a sponsor’s name on its home field.
Entergy Corp. and New Orleans Superdome manager SMG are focusing on fuses and circuit breakers that monitor the flow of electricity to the dome as they investigate the cause of a blackout during yesterday’s Super Bowl.
The Houston Texans defeated the Chicago Bears 13-6 in a showdown of one-loss teams in the National Football League, while New York’s Giants and Jets both lost by at least 18 points for the first time in 29 years.