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11-07-2012, 08:29 PM
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Originally Posted by RogerRoeper View Post
I like the irony of "Toronto isn't a hockey town" when Toronto (And downtown Toronto, but a far away suburb in Peel region) has sold out the NHL for decades and has the NHL's most loyal fanbase.
And considering the Maple Leafs record the most revenue and profit by far than any other NHL team. I guess an NHL city with the most successful NHL team financially, longest current (ever?) streak of sell outs, being talked about for a second NHL team in the city, an AHL team that records almost 6000 fans per game, 4 OHL teams in the GTA, about 10-15 junior A teams and the largest minor hockey league in the world mustn't be a hockey city! It only makes sense, right? Maybe someone without a brain would say that, but any sane person would agree that Toronto and the GTA is hockey and Leafs crazy.

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