Five things we learned at PrimeTime sports conference
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Tin Toronto he PrimeTime Sports Management Conference never disappoints.
Co-chaired by Calgary Flames president Brian Burke and London Knights governor Trevor Whiffen, PrimeTime is a buttondown industry event headlined by panel discussions and keynote interviews with the who’s who in the pro sports business.
Here are five things we learned while attending the latest two-day conference: Calgary Flames president Brian Burke says the team holds steadfastly to a so-called Do Not Draft list. logo and name to something so iconic to the city of Toronto.
“Half of the population of the city would probably say, ‘Great idea,’” Doig said, “but the other half of the population would say, ‘You dirty bastards.’” be a problem for my coach (if he’s drafted) in the second round, he’s going to be a problem for my coach in the third round. We just don’t draft him. We have a Do Not Draft list.”