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    The NHL has enough problems between teams in financial difficulty, to teams wanting new buildings (Arizona, Calgary, Ottawa) to the ratings situation, as Monizzle suggested. Think about this...the NHL could be facing a postseason without 3 of the league's most watched teams...Detroit, Chicago, and the Rangers. In fact, it's possible NONE of the NY metro teams could make the playoffs, as it stands right now, only the Devils would get in. In short...this discussion is about as lame as Frank's "new logo for the Booster Club" discussion.
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    Wait, why would their be "legal issues"? That's where I'm really con**sed. The club has been using the logo forever and they are an official NHL Booster Club. There wouldn't be any legal issues and these "logos" are good aw**l.
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    Would Cleveland's logo have Herman, Lily, Grandpa, Eddie or Marilyn in it? Or would they use a logo of the whole family? When the two San Diego Gulls teams played each other in San Diego, would the teams use separate locker rooms? Or would they just all cram into the one San Diego Gulls home locker room? If the Houston Rockets' owner relocates NHL team like Arizona or Carolina to Houston, where would the Houston Aeros move? Jerry Bruckheimer and David Bonderman and Oak View Group just turned in their completed NHL expansion application and a $10 million deposit. If Seattle looks like it is going to get a NHL team, why would the Admirals want to leave Milwaukee? Would New York Thunder share Madison Square Garden with NHL Rangers, share new Belmont arena with NHL Islanders, share Prudential Center with NHL Devils, share Barclays Center with NBA Nets, or move into N*****au Coliseum when Islanders leave for Belmont?
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    The NHL Public Relations Office is also aware of your annoying arrogance and ignorance and is looking for a way to ban you from the internet.
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    City C Already in the western conference and there is an arena up to standards for either NCAA or pro sports and a mid arena suite level. City C is Kansas City Missouri and or Houston Texas The NHL isn't going to move a team back to the eastern conference when it is building on almost having even conferences again. Nor will they move it to a city that has even more trouble with **nding a new arena. Talking Stick Resort Arena is already 4 decades more advanced than the XL center is now.
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    At just after 1 p.m. this afternoon, I went to the Post Office and mailed in a check, it was only $100 for now, but I may increase my ownership level in the coming months when I get my tax re**nd in April/May. I am officially an owner of the Hartford Whalers and I will have a say in the direction the team takes when they return. And this time, the team STAYS IN HARTFORD.
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    Mark doesn't help the situation either. If he knows it's this guy trolling him, then why didn't he take his own advice and just block them? I've gotten into arguments with people on here, but Greg and Mark always seem to get into thread killing back-and-forths.
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    Nice to see that this topic was killed quickly for no reason.
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    "[W]ith a little discounting , Hartford drew nearly 14,000 fans"? They barely even got above 13,500 and to use the last year is a joke because people didn't seem to care before that. Just look at the five years before the final year when the team barely averaged over 11,000 fans per game. That average would put them 500 behind the Islanders, and 1500 behind the Hurricanes. Also, didn't the Booster Club do this a few years ago and they ended up having to give people their money back? Seems like a waste especially since none of those teams will be moving and none of them will be up for sale next year, no matter how bad they're doing.
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    Yes Frank, keep telling yourself that. That's $100 you'll never see again and sure as **** won't have anything to show for it!
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    The Islanders are just as bad yet they're getting a new arena. I think Dundon might be able to bring more people in next year. He has a good track record of being able to do that with the other teams he's been involved with over the years. He's done it in the minors and the majors, and I think embracing the team's **ll history is a good start. It doesn't mean he's going to play a game up here or move the team up here either. He's just trying to find more ways to make the team money and to get more people to come to games. Next year Dundon will have more control and will be able to setup promotions to bring in people.
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    Hate to say it, but the only way we're gonna get the Whale back is if we all move the heck out of this corrupt state and relocate to North Carolina. Unless things change dramatically, this place will be in my rear-view mirror within the next 10 years or so - and I hear the same thing from people I interact with on a daily basis. The death spiral these politicians have put this state in doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. I would love to be proven wrong, but this place is a very pale shadow of what it used to be - even back in 97 when the whalers moved. Stop the insane spending, get the debt under control, try to grow the jobs and population again and maybe, just maybe we'll be in a position for the NHL to come back again.