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06-21-2013, 02:44 PM
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If you do look at cities like" Colorado they had dynasty type talent, so did Detroit that has stretched over 20 years! Pittsburgh has had it for the last 6-7 years and throw in the Mario Lemieux and Jagr days.....Also, Chicago does have great exceptional talent too. They would be working on a dynasty right now if their team didn't get blown up a few years ago after their win. Heck even Dallas had some pretty damn good hockey players for their stretch in the late 90-s to early 2000's

I think when you've all of those things going for you it's easy to sell tickets and create buzz.

For the Rangers I did fine them to be a boring team last year. Though, having said that I'm a hockey fan and you would think with them winning the President's Trophy, going to the third round and they've been in the playoffs for quite a bit in the last few years. You would like to see them at least average a 5.0 in that second round against Boston. A original six rival, both cities history.........

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