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Peer-To-Peer Conversation: Jim Lites

Dallas Stars CEO Jim Lites has been running NHL teams since the early 1980s, learning the ropes with the Wings before seeing to the Stars. He spoke with The Hockey News publisher Graeme Roustan as part of our ongoing Q&A series with prominent members of the hockey business world.

Dallas Stars CEO Jim Lites has been running NHL teams since the early 1980s, learning the ropes with the Wings before seeing to the Stars. He spoke with The Hockey News publisher Graeme Roustan as part of our ongoing Q&A series with prominent members of the hockey business world.

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