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09-11-2004, 04:56 PM
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Tom_Benjamin
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Originally Posted by Jets4Life
LOL....You're joking right? Hockey had way better ratings in the mid 1980's than today. Guess who was the dynasty that won 5 Stanley Cups those years? The EDMONTON OILERS, population: 900,000. A small market team.
I don't think there was any hockey on TV in the US in the 1980's and ratings in Canada are probably just as good today if not better despite the fact that a TV viewer has manmy more options today. The best ratings ever for hockey in the US was 1994. The SCF that year between Vancouver and New York had a big audience on both sides of the border.

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It has noting to do with big cities. if you don't believe me, just watch an NFL game. GREEN BAY, WI: population: 160,000!!!
I don't believe you and watching an NFL game does not convince me of anything.

Tom

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