Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 01/30/06 at 10:29 AM ET
For Comcast, cable TV rights for Major League Baseball, soccer's World Cup, NASCAR and PGA Tour have come and gone to other networks — although the Comcast-owned Golf Channel picked up future golf action — since OLN's deal for the NHL. And the NHL's national TV ratings are setting all-time lows. Yo Adrian, Comcast coulda been a contender.from the Star-Ledger,
Scott Stevens, who will become the first Devils player to have his number retired Friday, is not a big fan of the "new" NHL since the rule changes that followed the labor dispute. "I think if I was to do it all over again, I'd come back as a football player, maybe a middle linebacker," said Stevens, who captained the Devils to three Stanley Cup championships. "I don't know if it would be much fun to be a defenseman nowadays. There is not much physical play. One-on-one battles are non-existent. I like some of the rules, but I think they went a little too far."
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