Mine still says $0.00 from last year too. I was just on the phone with DTV and the guy told me it was $60; four payments of $14.99. He looked it up because he didn't believe me it would be that cheap for the whole year, but then I told him about the lockout. He confirmed that information as has been reported.
Honestly, I don't have much of a problem with Pierre. When he isn't slobbering over Sid, he can actually be a pretty decent commentator.
Me neither. He's pretty dang knowledgeable, no matter how creepy he is. He's not as bad as say...Edzo. Anyone remember that game against Chicago? I'm pretty sure it was that OT winner Pasha banked off of their guy in front of the net...when Edzo was all like "SIGH, Wing's win".
Why are we not allowed to use most image extensions in this community? Making this game not so much fun.
I found that a few image extensions will say they are not allowed if you 'preview' your post, but it will still let you post them. It did that the other day when I tried to post a GIF but didn't stop me from actually posting it.
Sad that I hear about game cancellations from my local news before I see it elsewhere. I thought it was particularly interesting they used a picture from JLA. It's like they're trying to break my heart. </3
NEW YORK (AP) — The NHL has wiped out all games through Jan. 14, and if it needs to make any more cancellations, the entire season could be the next thing to go.
This is what stands out to me. The league will not be stable unless they address the problem at hand...and that's not player salaries.
It’s not a coincidence that the most successful North American sports league also has the most rational approach to revenue sharing. Some 60% of the NFL’s $11 billion revenue pie is shared, which is why tiny Green Bay, Wisconsin can compete with big bad New York or Chicago. The other two Big Three leagues aren’t quite as egalitarian but have improved their models in recent years: MLB teams share nearly a third of localTV revenue, while NBA teams reportedly approach a 50% total revenue share (give or take a few complex calculations). The NHL, meanwhile, has been sharing 4.5% of its $3.3 billion revenue (with not much more on the table in current talks.)