File | June 17, 2020
Bid Information: 2022 Powerchair Hockey World Championship   

The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation is seeking bids for the 2022 Powerchair Hockey World Championship. More>>

News | June 3, 2020
NHL Announces Details on New Season   

The NHL has announced its return-to-play master plan, including a shortened season and a Stanley Cup. More>>

News | May 28, 2020
NHL Announces Comeback   

The NHL announced a 24-team playoff format, beginning in early June. More>>

News | May 26, 2020
2021 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four® Logo Unveiled   

Mercyhurst University and Mercyhurst University Athletics and Erie Sports Commission unveiled the 2021 NCAA Women’s Frozen Four® logo. More>>

Article | May 26, 2020
High School Sports Ready to Take the Field…in Stages   

With many states starting the reopening process, high school sports may be on the way back as well, at least in certain areas. In some cases, that... More>>

Article | May 21, 2020
On the Coast and in the Game   

The Mid-Atlantic region is a melting pot of large cities, rich history, diverse cultures, bustling seaside boardwalks, rolling countryside and... More>>

Case study | May 21, 2020
Lubbock’s Newly Renovated Athletic Complex Is Ready for Action   

Set to become the sports hub of Texas, Lubbock has upped its game with the newly renovated, world-class and highly versatile Berl Huffman Athletic... More>>

Article | May 21, 2020
New Guidelines for Safe Reopening of Sports, Live Events   

As the U.S. works toward what might be its soft reopening (with some states going a little softer than others), the sports industry is feeling its... More>>

News | May 7, 2020
Four NHL Cities Could Host Summer Restart   

In a Sportsnet interview, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman confirmed a four-arena plan is being discussed as part of a return to play. More>>

Destination | May 6, 2020
Featured Destination: Snohomish County, Washington   

Though our “pause” button is on, we want you to know we are here, preparing to bring sports events back to Snohomish County when the time comes.... More>>

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