Sports consultant says the demise of the women's hockey league was a failure of the business model, not a gender issue

Saskatoon Morning

It was an announcement that shocked hockey players and fans across the country. On Sunday, the Canadian Women's Hockey League announced it was no longer "sustainable financially." That meant all operations of the league would cease on May first. Cary Kaplan is the president of Cosmos Sports and Entertainment. It's a business that has consulted for hundreds of minor collegiate and professional sports teams across Canada. He spoke with CBC's Leisha Grebinski.

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