Ville de Québec Part VII: Si J'avais les ailes d'un ange
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01-26-2013, 07:32 PM
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Key Arena being able to house only 10000 people, it's doomed to be a financialy losing team until the new arena is built. On the other hand, Winnipeg is proof that Quebec with it's old arena that can get in 15000 will be able to make at least even if not quite a nice profit.
Actually 15k but with seats that have obstructions. The team "could" do fine at Key depend on how much the hockey team gets in a RSN which covers 5 states. It really depends on the owner of said team. Team immediately (coyotes) or wait who knows how many years till the next team is available or expansion.
We don't even know what Key would look seat wise like post NHL/NBA renovations i mean if it looks the same or not as much seats that have obstructions. If NHL wants team now there immediately, they have no choice but to accept Key arena.
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