As US sports make plans to return, are fans still engaged?

2020-07-03T14:32:52+01:00

BLOG | by Victor Gras ... In the almost complete live sports blackout, teams and leagues have been looking for new ways to maintain fan engagement. From esports to remote drafts, necessity has been the mother of invention for sports marketing teams across America. But how successful have their efforts been in ensuring that sport is still part of the conversation in these trying times?

As US sports make plans to return, are fans still engaged?2020-07-03T14:32:52+01:00

NHL SHORTS

2020-01-06T11:08:59+00:00

BLOG | by Scott Horowitz ... Brief insight on how Bud’s hockey deal locks down fans’ favoritism and how racism accusations are not denting the NHL’s health

NHL SHORTS2020-01-06T11:08:59+00:00

CANADA – Are Canadians more likely to follow a US hockey team if it’s closer to the border?

2019-12-04T20:41:02+00:00

BLOG | by Tracy Schoenadel ... We love it when we have a new dataset to look through and this month’s addition – Canada Profiles – is no exception. Looking at Canadian hockey fans, let’s see if there is a relationship between the fanbase of NHL teams (which Profiles measures) and their proximity to the Canadian border (information we’ve harvested manually).

CANADA – Are Canadians more likely to follow a US hockey team if it’s closer to the border?2019-12-04T20:41:02+00:00

Seattle’s got its NHL franchise. Is the city ready to support a hockey team?

2019-02-22T09:07:58+00:00

BLOG | by Lance Fraenkel ... So Seattle finally got its own NHL franchise last month. What kind of support can a Seattle franchise expect? Well, the data suggest that the city is ready for hockey. Let’s take a look at Impression for the NHL among audiences in cities which are host to the top five best-supported hockey teams.

Seattle’s got its NHL franchise. Is the city ready to support a hockey team?2019-02-22T09:07:58+00:00