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Racing with Glasgow Tigers in the Premier League.Matej Zagar - Established himself as one of the best riders in the world and finished sixth in the Grand Prix standings in 2015. One of the leagues top riders - guaranteed big points.Scott Nicholls - An experienced Elite League campaigner and reliable points scorer. The seven times British champion can beat anyone on his day and will captain the side.Max Fricke - One of the hottest prospects in world speedway, the young Australian has impressed many with a string of outstanding performances at the top level. Tipped for big things in 2016.Joe Jacobs - A late replacement for Steve Boxhall at reserve and will be looking to grab the opportunity with both hands having returned to the sport after a year out.Key man: Craig Cook Craig Cook will hope to be Britains number one in 2016 If he can carry on his form from the end of last season, he will challenge Zagar to be the number one providing a deadly top two. 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If this latest litigation is successful, its possible that popular teams like the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks could begin selling their broadcast rights throughout the United States. In a lawsuit filed in New York two years ago, a group of disgruntled fans claimed that the restrictions on broadcasting were inappropriately driving up the price of sports cable television packages. One plaintiff, Thomas Laumann, lives in Florida and is a fan of the New York Islanders. Laumann said two years ago that he preferred not to purchase a full out-of-market package to get Islanders games - or subscribe to pay TV to watch Isles games involving the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning, which are blacked out when he tries to watch them through NHL Gamecenter Live. The lawsuit also attacks the NHLs tactic of charging customers $179.80 for its full-season offering of games available on cable and satellite providers. 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