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How the NHL is rebuilding its image in the U.S.

The National Hockey League has kicked off its first full campaign after a lockout reduced last season to 48 games, but it's a rebuilding year for the league, especially in the United States. The Lang & O'Leary Exchange analyzes the NHL's efforts to gain more fans in the U.S.
The Lang & O'Leary Exchange examines the state of the NHL in the crowded U.S. pro sports market. 5:14

The National Hockey League has kicked off its first full campaign after a lockout reduced last season to 48 games, but it's a rebuilding year for the league, especially in the United States.

The Lang & O'Leary Exchange and Robert Boland, academic chair of sports management at New York University, analyze the NHL's efforts to gain more fans in the U.S.

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