You'd think I'd be happy about this since I'm near Philadelphia (aka: Comcast Country), but I'm not. I've watched Comcast go from a fledgling cable provider to become the largest cable company in the country. That doesn't even count the interests they have in several area sports teams.
Looks like those with the money keep making the money because Comcast has won the rights to broadcast NHL games in HDTV. The two-year deal cost Comcast $100 million and is pending an approval from the NHL Board of Governors. The deal is a slam-dunk for the league and should go through.
So what's my beef? I've got a couple, so sit back for a second and soak it in.