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04-19-2013, 09:59 AM
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Wow, that's a bad time to schedule 5 days of Disney on ice. Disney requires the ice to be painted and the conversion takes a couple of days in and back out. So a team couldn't get on the ice for about 11 days.

A couple years ago when we missed the playoffs, so it wasn't a concern, but Cirque Soliel was scheduled at the end of April. This was a show that required anchors in the floor. Therefore needing ice removal. It would have meant about 13 days of non skatable/game ice

the company that owns/runs the building does have the right to do this, though. and the teams know this from the start. most buildings aren't going to turn down a nice payday like disney that was probably scheduled a year ago, and no teams
are going to write a big check to keep that week open a year ahead of time just in case they make it that far.

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