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11-07-2012, 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by ponder View Post
Um, have you lived in any other cities? I have, and Toronto absolutely blows them away in terms of the number of rinks, both indoor and outdoor.
Lol.

I have lived in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Montreal and six years in Toronto so I think I'm qualified to make the assessment (and don't even get me started on the quality of play on the outdoor rinks)

Toronto is a distant, distant last place on all fronts by any measure adjusted for population.

Toronto is a terrible place to play or watch hockey.

It's distant even to US cities like Boston and the Twin Cities. The Boston area has all the big-league attractions that Toronto does yet it packs rinks for a dozen AHL and US college teams.

Acceptance is the first step to change, get on with it.


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