Metro Seattle: NHL, NBA and Arena - Part II
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02-01-2012, 01:47 PM
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None to me as a Canadian, but the public perception among American fans and investors is that the NHL in some ways has "given up" and that things have failed.
Sending one team to an american city over a canadian city (again) would say some things.
A lot of American fans (not most of them, but more of them) would look at the league as an oversized CFL if you had more Canadian teams, without keeping or adding US teams.
The NHL wants to be for sure in the Big 4 and while Canadians may think that there's a Big 4, about 1/3 of Americans don't, I don't want to make that worse, since I have to live here....
again, money is a thing, but it's not the ONLY thing.
The same Canadians that are so pro Quebec and all the other reasonable markets in Canada that use the money arguement, would rip a Raptor or a Blue Jay star (this could happen to Lawrie if he turns out to be the superstar I think he will be in 5 years or less) for signing with the Yankees or something like that since, that's where the money is. I find it ironic.
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