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12-29-2012, 12:56 AM
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The only reason I'd pick Florida is based on weather, and the way I'm seeing it, you travel from October to April (At the very least) so you're going to encounter that awful cold weather no matter what. Sure, it's different where you live, but you're only there half the time.

In a real world job where you're staying the same place year round, I'd take the southern climate all day, but if you're in the NHL and constantly traveling, and the offseason is during the summer, I'd take Detroit.

In fact, if the NHL has their way on realignment, the vast majority of Florida's away games will be played in cold climate cities. So in reality you're not talking that much of a difference, and northern summers are more comfortable.

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