Nationwide Arena/CBJ Finances Discussion II
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08-08-2011, 01:40 PM
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If the city were asked if they wanted to be a big league city, im afraid the answer would probably be no...at least for hockey. If we had a pro football or baseball team, then maybe it would be different, but I think the hockey support here is very low. Now if they start to win, that could swing opinion, but they didnt think that was too important over the past 10 years and have really dug a hole for themselves when it comes to public support.
I don't know one person that wants the Jackets to go anywhere. That's how low the support is. We just don't have 12,000 people that want season tickets to a decade long loser. Yeah, I don't know dozens of my friends playing c and d league hockey. I don't know dozens of my friends that their kids are now playing hockey.
Sure if they want to kill the golden goose. Go for it.
Baseball? Please that would die a horrible death. They would never let pro football, basketball, or baseball in Columbus. There is little chance the Cavs would allow another team in Columbus.
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