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03-19-2007, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by RyanM View Post
It's the truth though. Yes, the few here may know something, but the few here don't represent all Predator fans. Nashville fans, as a group, not as individuals, know very little about the sport and not acknowledging Modano shows that. It was a slap in the face to one of the NHL's best and props to the Stars management for calling out your organization, you can't sit back and take in the most revenue sharing money, vote against schedule changes and ignore the history of the sport and then try to convince the rest of the league you have a knowledgeable fan base. Doesn't work like that.
If Nashville fans knew nothing about hockey then they just would have sat there and did nothing. They wouldn't have known than perhaps Modano should have gotten a penalty and shouldn't have been out there to score that goal.

Your president has no right to complain about revenue sharing after the Stars owner agreed to the CBA. Voting against a schedule change makes our organization a bad guy? I guess that makes alot more franchises bad guys. Do you know the motive for voting against the schedule change that warrants you mentioning it as being a black eye for our organization?

And furthermore, how does revenue sharing, our owner voting against a schedule change and our team for not putting on a ceremony for Modano make Nashville fans know nothing about hockey?

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