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12-14-2012, 10:31 AM
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Originally Posted by DJ EarWax View Post
No, my arguement is that the city itself isn't "tiny" per se. It's not huge, but when I think of tiny, I think of places like Grand prairie, Red Deer, Cardston etc. I don't ever hear or read people stating that Calgary, Ottawa or Buffalo are "tiny", yet they're basically the same size as Edmonton.
As far as market size, I would say the Edmonton market size for hockey is considerably larger than many, if not most NHL cities.
If you had 1 billion people living on the North Pole, does it become the worlds largest air conditioning market? Of course not, market size is relative.
Why would we compare it to Grand Prairie or Red Deer? Do they have 16k stadiums?

Might as well compare the size of Edmonton to Gibbons or Glendon.

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