The Future of Hockey in the Southeast
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06-03-2011, 06:14 PM
Leafs out = SPRING!
Join Date: Feb 2009
First off I'm not sure this thread is in the right place for discussion.
I don't think that the NHL belongs anyplace where you can't skate outside on a lake for some part of the year.
I lived down south for years and the snowbirds who move down looking for better weather are not going to commit to seeing a hockey game unless it's their home town team coming to pound the heck out of the southern team.
There was no hockey players south of the Mason Dixon for a very long time I'm sure that Hockey will survive and the kid will go back to playing "kick the can" or peach fighting
It stinks for the kids who started playing hockey in the Atlanta market but I'm sure they will survive. I was moved out of the NE when I was young and never got to play hockey of any sort until I moved back up north in my late 30s.
I have mixed feelings about California teams.
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