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09-07-2009, 02:26 PM
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''Little'' Habs to play in UK

Hamilton Bulldogs, Canadiens's AHL affiliate, will play a game in UK against the Toronto Marlies this upcoming season. Cool news

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?p...9#post21000769
http://www.icehockeyshomecoming.com/

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Sounds cool! but I don't know how many people will show up...

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UK.

Germany, Scandinavia, next time maybe?

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On a UK sized ice rink or international or NHL?

I'm curious, because last I heard UK rinks are significantly larger than international rinks.

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Sounds cool! but I don't know how many people will show up...
I was going to start a thread about this, because I know that there are a few other Habs fans living in Edinburgh.

I'm going to be there with a few friends (some expat Canadians, but a few locals too), so we'll have some representation! Hockey is very much a niche sport here, and the caliber of play is relatively low, but this is the sort of opportunity we don't get very often in these parts. I just hope that the Habs don't keep Subban, Maxwell, or Weber past the 24th...

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There's people who watches hockey in the UK. They have a national hockey league that is around the LNAH calibre in wich Theoren Fleury played. I think there will be a good crowd.

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I had a kid from the UK (Wales) stay at my house (They came over to play our Rugby team) and I asked him if people liked hockey. He said that the people that liked hockey in his area usually REALLY liked hockey. Mostly the Cardiff Devils.

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On a UK sized ice rink or international or NHL?
International.

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