Are the Americans going to overtake hockey in our lifetime?
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12-01-2012, 12:28 PM
Join Date: Oct 2009
I'm not so sure, US 75 years ago most of the US population was in the Northeast, now it population centers are in the south and west (and continues to trend that way)
Hockey continues to be a very expensive sport to play and Canada has the community infrastructure that many places including especially the south doesn't have.
When I think of Canada I think of a hockey rink in every town. Even in the suburbs of Buffalo, I can only think of 4 public rinks, and two of them are outdoor.
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