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05-22-2013, 02:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Prairie Habs View Post
Really? Because despite the fact that Halifax is nearly twice the size of Saskatoon they didn't sell out all of their playoff games and that is with playoff games involving the home team and an arena with 5000+ less seats. So, tell me, why should a smaller city should fill a larger arena for games that you guys won't go to?
Like I said before Halifax loves their hockey.. Yes we may be twice the size

and Halifax sold out every game and sold 96% every game of the regular season. you are the only person arguing this.. everyone sees the empty seats Portland, London and Halifax fans are posting on Facebook and on here saying see all those empty seats you wouldn't see that at our home rink. Anddd... Maybe a city half the size of Halifax shouldn't build arena that seats 15190 mean while the Metro Centre hold 10000 and if the memorial cup was played there today or back in 2000, you wouldn't see a empty seat.

A small city should fill their arena for support and the love of the game.

Saskatoon/Regina/Saskatchewan will never have a NHL team IMO

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