Tim Leiweke, the new chief of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., is so confident the Toronto Maple Leafs will soon end a 46-year Stanley Cup drought that he’s mapped a victory-parade route for the hockey team.
Tim Leiweke, chief executive officer of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., said the Toronto- based sports-team owner plans to be involved in any effort to bring a National Football League team to Canada.
Tim Leiweke has been hired as president and chief executive officer of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., the sports and real estate group that owns the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League and the Raptors professional basketball club.
West Ham United ’s plan to turn London’s Olympic stadium into a joint soccer and athletics complex would create a sporting facility that will be “broke in 10 years,” according to one of the organizers of a rival bid.
Phil Anschutz has taken Anschutz Entertainment Group off the market after bids for the world’s second-biggest concert promoter and owner of the Staples Center in Los Angeles didn’t meet the billionaire’s demand.
The Los Angeles City Council approved plans by Anschutz Entertainment Group to build a new downtown football stadium and convention space, opening the door for a National Football League team to return to the city.