Monthly Archives: November 2014
Amid class action lawsuits Patrick Roy runs for the hills and sells Quebec Remparts for approx $25million to Quebecor.
With recent class action lawsuits against the CHL more team owners are running for the hills and selling off teams. Today the Quebec Remparts, owned by Patrick Roy was sold for approx $25 million to Quebecor who already owns the Boisbriand-Blainville Armada. It’s uncertain if Quebecor will be required to sell their stake in Blainville […]Read more
CHL Teams aren’t profitable? Quebecor buying another QMJHL team. This time they’re buying Patrick Roy’s Quebec RempartsRead more
New Hockey Canada President Mr Tom Renney claims that he wants to make hockey affordable and accessible. Tom Renney seems to have the best interest of the grassroots Hockey Canada program in mind which totals in excess of 500,000 participants. Parents in these Hockey Canada programs struggle financially each year just to be […]Read more
Major Junior hockey in Canada is big business. Stretching across 52 cities in Canada and 8 cities in the U.S. The CHL is a hockey league with huge sponsorships, massive television deals, ticket sales, merchandising among so many other avenues of revenue. This is a hockey league where teams can cry “poverty” but still are […]Read more