Premier Hockey Federation
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Reagan Carey, the new commissioner of the Premier Hockey Federation. Fisher and Russo also discuss ongoing turbulence in United States college sports with the forthcoming departure of Mark Emmert from the National Collegiate Athletic Association and predictions of a breakup of Division I athletics, Athletes Unlimited’s media rights deal with ESPN, a $300m funding round for German digital sports media entity OneFootball, viewership boosts for the National Hockey League, and Comcast’s successful programming link of the National Football League’s Super Bowl LVI and Beijing 2022 Olympics.
The Premier Hockey Federation (PHF) has appointed former longstanding USA Hockey executive Reagan Carey as its new commissioner
The future of professional women's ice hockey in North America remains in limbo, with the Professional Women's Hockey Players Association reportedly ending all collaboration talks with the rival Premier…
League looks to set meeting between two competing female entities
Women's ice hockey league to work closely with global agency
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Lou DePaoli, managing director at global sports consulting and management firm General Sports Worldwide. Fisher and Russo also discuss the new collective bargaining agreement between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association, MLB’s streaming rights agreement with Apple, continued developments with the Premier League’s Chelsea and Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, the National Football League’s season-long suspension of Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley for gambling offenses, and ownership moves for the Premier Hockey Federation’s Toronto Six and Boston Pride.
Hockey trailblazer becomes minority investor in women's pro ice hockey team
New ownership group includes former NHL player Stewart, coach Nolan
Tyler Tumminia has resigned as the Premier Hockey Federation commissioner and will remain in the role through the end of the Isobel Cup Playoffs in late March.
The Premier Hockey Federation is staging its 2022 Isobel Cup Playoffs at AdventHealth Center Ice near Tampa Bay, Florida, on March 25-28, marking the first time that the women's ice hockey league will…
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Carsten Koerl, Sportradar global chief executive. Fisher and Russo also discuss the demise of the split-season plan advocated by Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays, new funding rounds for non-fungible token (NFT) companies Autograph and Animoca Brands, historic investment into the Premier Hockey Federation, a large-scale betting pact between Fubo Gaming and two Texas-based pro soccer clubs, and a reimagined model of governance for US college sports.
The Premier Hockey Federation has solidified its future by unveiling a $25m (€22m) investment from the league's Board of Governors in direct payments and benefits to its players over the next three years.
The Metro Nashville Sports Authority is ramping up its efforts to potentially bring a women's professional sports franchise to the Tennessee city.
The Premier Hockey Federation has secured a major boost by securing an exclusive United States rights deal with ESPN+, covering all 60 regular-season games, the Isobel Cup playoffs and other special events.
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Tyler Tumminia, commissioner of the Premier Hockey Federation. Eric and Chris also discuss major ticketing-related deals involving SeatGeek and Vivid Seats, the backing of LeBron James’ The SpringHill Company by a group of top-tier investors, and the completion of Arctos Sports Partners’ $3bn (€2.59bn) investment fund.