NHL's Ottawa Senators Declare Bankruptcy NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Stefan Fatsis, sportswriter for The Wall Street Journal, about the Ottowa Senators. The NHL team has declared bankruptcy, a move that has important implications for the professional hockey and other sports leagues. The mere mention of contraction set the baseball world astir. Hockey, a less-robust professional sport, may face more pronounced turmoil.

NHL's Ottawa Senators Declare Bankruptcy

NHL's Ottawa Senators Declare Bankruptcy

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NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Stefan Fatsis, sportswriter for The Wall Street Journal, about the Ottowa Senators. The NHL team has declared bankruptcy, a move that has important implications for the professional hockey and other sports leagues. The mere mention of contraction set the baseball world astir. Hockey, a less-robust professional sport, may face more pronounced turmoil.