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07-14-2009, 12:31 AM
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Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
I do not know the article you speak of, but given the domestic economy, the poor outlook going forward, the hit the canadian dollar has taken recently, expectations for inflation, unemployment encroaching 10% in the United States, and a host of other reasons, I do not see how anyone could reasonably expect the cap to not go down in 2010/11.

So can I see the future, you ask?

No. But what I can do is read the writing on the wall.
As long as tickets are selling and people are watching the games on tv the world could be on fire, but the NHL would be fine. And I don't think you can find a single source that states this year the NHL was any worse off revenue wise then the years before that.

Even with unemployment at 10% that's roughly 5% higher than many of those 5% (or 7-9million actual people) are hockey fans? I don't know, but apparently not enough to stop packing arenas.

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