#Canada150: 150 Good, Bad, and Ugly Stories of Hockey in Canada (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of a three-part series. Part 1 can be viewed here. Part 3 will be posted later in the summer. To mark Canada’s sesquicentennial, this three-part post briefly reflects on 150 significant events, people, and institutions in the history of Canadian hockey. Unlike many such reflections, this post includes not only the…

Fan Involvement in a Sports Team’s Decision Making

By Sunil Agnihotri Professional sports team owners and management strive to draw and retain fans by assembling a quality product in order to sell tickets and merchandise. There are numerous factors that influence how well a professional sports team draws fans: on-ice success, local economy, local sports market, demographics, to name a few. It’s crucial…

Fantasy Leagues as a Tool for Digital Literacy

By Sunil Agnihotri The amount of information available to internet users is growing exponentially every day. In every form imaginable, including text, images, audio and video, among others, users are inundated with a plethora of data, information and knowledge at an alarming rate. The technology available allows for anyone with a basic computer to make…