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04-18-2014, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Acesolid View Post
If that were the case, I wouldn't even be mad. A risky Southbelt expansion being coupled with a sure thing in Québec makes sense. (if it comes to the worst, we'll be able to pay revenue sharing to prop it up)

But it'd just be a slap to the face to ignore the new, giant temple of hockey in Québec and give a team to two risky markets. With one of them over-saturated with sports and no arena.
I wouldn't be calling Seattle's a risky market as if it wasn't the issue of the arena we would have a team right now. Seattle isn't over-saturated.

What's risky is NHL giving a team to play in key arena on the hopes of a new one being built.

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