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  1. Friday night, nothing else going on, and only 3000 people decide to show up. Crap on the Pack all you want, but they at least get people to come to games while they're losing.
  2. The CRDA website has p*****ed the minutes from their last meeting and it shows that they're close to signing a five year extension with MSG to keep the Wolf Pack in the XL Center. It also has provisions that will keep them in the building even if the building is sold before the contract ends. They also mention that they've discussed an extension to their contract with UConn but nothing has been agreed to and that the naming rights might be extended as well. I was really surprised to see them say that the contract was for five years, because Howlings only said it was two and you all called them lairs. I was also shocked to see that the CRDA and UConn don't have a twenty year contract like you all said they did. Amazing isn't it? Well, this just shows that none of you know what you're talking about and that your "sources" are all just in your heads.
  3. TrueHartfordHockeyFan

    3131 and dropping

    This is just getting worse and worse. I just can't see it getting better at this point. The crowd today was dead and the building was empty. It was a complete 180 compared to the Pack game, even though they were shutout. People were cheering for the Pack the entire game and it felt packed even though they're was only about 5000 people there. Also, people weren't running out with 15 minutes left in the game like they did after Vermont's 4 goal. Also, you can't use the football game as an excuse since it was one of the lowest attended games this year. They usually get around 22,000-24,000, and today they only had 18,000.
  4. TrueHartfordHockeyFan

    UConn Hockey Going Home

    UConn is working on moving the majority of their games to a new arena at Storrs. This is even if the upgrade of the XL Center is done or not. They also admit that Hockey East has " given [them] some additional time to [live up to their commitments to having a rink on campus]."