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07-14-2011, 10:51 AM
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I think it's sad that a NY team is struggling the way they are right now.

All of this is to be laid at the feet of the d-bag that negotiated this current lease agreement.

It's going to be a sad day for this NYR Fan to see the Islanders move.

I hate them with a passion, and I want to continue hating them for the next 30+ years.

Not only do I hope they stay, but I hope they get better.

If you want to talk about what is best for the NHL, having 3 strong and thriving NHL Franchises in the Metro area IS what is best for the NHL.

KC is not a hockey market just like Atlanta is not a hockey market just like Phoenix is not a hockey market.

NY is and when they can get out of that POS Lease Agreement and start earning at a decent rate, they can fix what ails them now.

They are on the right path in terms of team, unfortunately they need some assistance in getting on the right path in terms of the building they play in.

I'd vote yes

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