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06-29-2010, 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by portal333 View Post
You can define the "south" in many ways, several not relevant to hockey. I would think that in a hockey sense, the south would be where ice doesn't occur naturally in the winter.

What do you call this?



or that stuff behind Downtown LA?




Look! more snow




All of these pics are from LA County


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Originally Posted by portal333 View Post
The CA teams are at about the same latitude as the Hurricanes,
Look up San Jose on a map sometime. It's the latitude of Denver


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Originally Posted by portal333 View Post
If you want to define the south culturally, suit yourself... but it's not relevant to hockey, because if you say that Californians are somehow culturally closer to northeners you should know that many of us in the "other south" are northeners as well.
The South is a culture as well as a geographic area. Even wikipedia knows this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture..._United_States (Joke)

I also never said that California has Northern culture.
So Cal, like most of Florida, and Nor Cal has their own culture.


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