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03-19-2013, 09:40 AM
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It's an out-of-the-box way of dealing with the Coyotes, however I don't see it happening. The Players Association would never support it and it would create a unprofessional image of the NHL - it's not something a a top tier, North American professional sports league would do with a team in financial difficulty. They would probably be folded first.

A scenario where it might it could play out is a Katrina-type situation where a franchise had to temporarily relocate due to a natural disaster/facilty damage and play all road games, but then return to their home city after a season or two.

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