The sad state of German hockey
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06-26-2013, 11:03 AM
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Berlin, Germany
I personally hope, the DEL II will grow and be acknowledged, I'd like to see teams going down from DEL I to DEL II and best teams raising from DEL II to DEL I as the current state of DEL was always boring, it never meant anything if you play at the last place all the time.
Also, I can't stand those DEB guys, some bunch of morons with no clue what'd be good for german icehockey.
As for KHL I personally wouldn't want to see that. In Berlin we surely say "pro Euroleague" as the DEL itself still remains a circus league, but KHL is just too much, too big, too far away in my opinion. The costs for the teams and fans would expand much, which is not an option.
Well, the euro trophy on the other hand is usually sth. most ppl don't care about. And you can see it clearly here in Berlin: ET is back at our Wellblechpalast, where the Eisbären used to play in their old days.
Around 5.000 people can watch the games there, so almost 1/3 of the O2 World's population.
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