Saturday night’s all right for fighting, or perhaps – fighting for.
A new book written by David Shoalts (Globe and Mail) examines how Hockey Night in Canada, the crown jewel of Canadian sports broadcasting properties, changed hands from CBC to Rogers Communications in shocking fashion prior to the 2014-15 NHL season.
Shoalts joins Neil Acharya & Neate Sager to discuss Hockey Fight in Canada, exploring the inner workings of the $5.2-billion deal that ended the 62-year reign of a CBC institution.
Don’t know much about Keith Pelley or John Collins? Why is NHL commissioner Gary Bettman to be underestimated only at one’s peril?
Find out the answers to these questions and more on the latest episode of SportsLit.