Definitions

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  • adjective Not of or pertaining to the sport of hockey.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ hockey

Examples

  • The team gets to keep nonhockey revenue in their taxpayer financed building, and the county partially covers arena operating deficits.

    NHL On The Rebound

  • If they use some other mumbo that overcounts the hockey stick ones and deemphasizes the nonhockey sticks, that is not fair.

    Mo' Mo' Moberg « Climate Audit

  • Then Gross posed this challenge: "The big question for the N.H.L. is how does it sustain this momentum next season, when there's no Olympics to attract the nonhockey fan's attention for two weeks."

    NYT > Home Page

  • The size and configuration of the new facility will allow between 20 and 25 more nonhockey events to be scheduled annually than at the 16,940-seat Mellon Arena, according to Hank Abate, senior vice president of West Conshohocken, Pa. -based SMG, which will manage the new facility.

    Pittsburgh Business News - Local Pittsburgh News | The Pittsburgh Business Times

  • The size and configuration of the new facility will allow between 20 and 25 more nonhockey events to be scheduled annually than at the 16,940-seat Mellon Arena, according to Hank Abate, senior vice president of West Conshohocken, Pa. -based SMG, which will manage the new facility.

    Pittsburgh Business News - Local Pittsburgh News | The Pittsburgh Business Times

  • The number of nonhockey events there averages 130 a year, making the Sharks proprietors of the fourth-busiest concert venue in the country.

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  • Even without these acquisitions SVSE officials expect the nonhockey side of the business to surpass the hockey side next year.

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  • The attendance at the arena since its opening in October is 83,011 for nonhockey events and

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