NHL no longer denying relocation a possibility for the Coyotes?
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02-01-2013, 01:27 AM
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It may be the part of the state least interested but the Admirals draw well, high school and youth hockey in the area as growing at a good rate and they can still draw from the Madison, Fox Valley and Green Bay areas as well.
I don't even know what the geography is too problematic even means.
I think you even posted in that thread.
What I meant by problematic geography is the most populated part of the state is the part of the state least interested in hockey and the most interested in hockey parts of the state have the population too decentralized to build an area outside of Milwaukee's metro area. So, in essence, an arena in Milwaukee may have airs of Glendale or Sunrise only instead of being far from the population center, it isn't, but it would be far from where a hockey fanbase would be. That's what I meant (still would be a logical place to put an arena compared to those two).
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