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Daily Roundup: September 4, 2015

  • Mario Lemieux reportedly wants $750 million for Penguins
    Penguins owner and former player Mario Lemieux is reportedly seeking $750 million for the franchise. (Jason Cohn/Reuters/Files) Want to buy the Pittsburgh Penguins? Better be prepared to pony up a big chunk of change. According to TSN, Penguins owners Ron …
  • Mario Lemieux reportedly wants $750 million for Pittsburgh Penguins
    Co-owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle are seeking $750 million for the Pittsburgh Penguins, according to a report by TSN. That would be a record sale price for a U.S. NHL team, sports economist Drew Dorweiler told TSN. Forbes magazine valued the Penguins …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins seek record $750M in franchise sale
    The owners of the Pittsburgh Penguins have put the team up for sale, but it will come at a price. According to Trib Total Media, citing sources, owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle are seeking $750 million for the team and development rights to the 28-acre …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins sale price tag? Might be NHL record $750 million
    When it was revealed that Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle were selling the Pittsburgh Penguins – moments before Gary Bettman gave his State of the NHL speech at the Stanley Cup Final, no less – the speculation began about how much this glamour franchise …

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