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08-16-2004, 01:29 PM
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Comprehensive Team Map

I made a comprehensive team map for all of minor league hockey. It's HUGE, so if you want to look at it zoomed out, I suggest you download it. Also, if you have 56k, I suggest you download it as well. I color coded it and it includes the AHL, ECHL, UHL, CHL, SPHL, OHL, WHL, QMJHL. Please tell me if you find any errors.

http://www.lightthelamphockey.com/map.jpg

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Sweet, nice work.

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Hey great job on making this map. I didn't realize that there were so many teams all crammed together in the Midwest and Eastern parts of the US. However Peoria could be a little more south. It's not exactly between the Quad Cities and Chicago, otherwise being more northern sure would save some time to get to those other two cities

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Hey great job on making this map. I didn't realize that there were so many teams all crammed together in the Midwest and Eastern parts of the US. However Peoria could be a little more south. It's not exactly between the Quad Cities and Chicago, otherwise being more northern sure would save some time to get to those other two cities
ringbr: I don't think this was made to be THE map you use for exact location.
[if I'm wrong...let me know and I'll tell you how to perfect Florida's dot location]


but seriously...nicely done! thank you for sharing.
I didn't know how crowded the east was either.

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ringbr: I don't think this was made to be THE map you use for exact location.
[if I'm wrong...let me know and I'll tell you how to perfect Florida's dot location]


but seriously...nicely done! thank you for sharing.
I didn't know how crowded the east was either.
Come to think of it, the dot should be where the "Peoria" name is. I know that it's not a precise map, but the maker of the map did say to point out any errors.

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Come to think of it, the dot should be where the "Peoria" name is. I know that it's not a precise map, but the maker of the map did say to point out any errors.

okay so the florida dot is a bit too north. just a tad!

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Just suggesting some minor geographical adjustments!

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