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02-25-2013, 09:43 AM
The Brodin Effect
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Originally Posted by KingsFan7824 View Post
Why would Detroit agree to that? Why would Detroit not just stay in the central group if a move east was temporary? What does Detroit gain from that? A year or two of more 7pm start times, only to go back to more 8pm start times? If Detroit ends up moving, they're not going back.
I agree with this. And I think most of the teeth-gnashing about Detroit leaving the Central are from fans, not ownership.

If rivalries are lost, new ones will be created....Sure, right now the Red Wings are a big draw for Nashville and St Louis, but I'm old enough to remember when they sucked and weren't a draw at all (back in 70's and 80's). These things are cyclical.

Right now, I think Chicago is a bigger draw then the Red Wings are anyways.

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