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04-22-2006, 04:27 PM
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detroit is a market but that game wawesome. OT playoff games are great. Heart went out to Roloson though he played a great game.
He looked like he was injured or just totally knackered.

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(a) They have to have games on at the same time, or they only get 2 games a night and the first round goes on a month. See NBA.


(b) DET-EDM is going to be a very good series too, IMO. And DET is a MUCH bigger hockey market than Tampa.
Detroit market is bigger than Tampa and Ottawa combined

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Detroit market is bigger than Tampa and Ottawa combined
well... Ottawa is a ZERO market for NBC.

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