The Nashville Predators have renewed their affiliation with the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL. The two franchises began their partnership five years ago. The Cyclones also are aligned with the Florida Panthers organization.
The NHL's lockout is now well into its first week and at least two franchises — Florida and Ottawa — have announced staff cuts to offset the loss in revenue if actual games are canceled.
Multiple sources told NashvillePost.com that employees at Bridgestone Arena — including those employed by the team, as well as its arena management arm, Powers — were told in a staff meeting that the work stoppage would not result in layoffs here.
That information was confirmed by Predators President and COO Sean Henry.
During the lost season of 2004-05, the Predators had massive layoffs. Only two NHL teams weathered that work stoppage without layoffs: the Tampa Bay Lightning — where Henry was COO — and the Dallas Stars — where CEO Jeff Cogen was president.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt was arrested this morning at Fort Campbell's entrance gates on suspicion of driving under the influence — a development bound to raise some awkward questions as to how Titans officials should react.
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