Discussion in 'Sports' started by UpstateNYUPSer, Jan 8, 2013.
Two words----who cares.
Who cares lifes better without hockey. If its not NFL NBA MLB or MMA it just doesn't matter.
One would think with this amount (not all of them either) of prior posts in the NHL thread
the poster below cares:
Cool links there Necro...
Hey,I'm a bit off but I still like watching the hockey.
It's in my blood.you want to fix the problem? Move the
teams to Canada.Keep your red wings and black hawks
just move the coyotes and the panthers etc up here.
We love our hockey.
As a representative of the warmer climes down south ... we were not even aware of it.
High tomorrow is suppose to be close to 70 ... shorts and t-shirt weather again.
Don't you have a NHL hockey team in Atlanta???
They had a team (Atlanta Trashers) - but they moved up to Winnepeg and became the Winnepeg Jets in 2011.
In the past, another Atlanta NHL team made the move to Canada (Atlanta Flames became the Calgary Flames).
Not anymore ... Calgary and Winnipeg now have our teams.
For some reason when I think of hockey Atlanta doesn't come to mind.
Hockey. Probably the best all around athletes of any sport. So glad they didn't cancel the season. Now I don't have to watch the NBA.
I must be addicted,I'm glad it's over.It's starting right now!Yippee!
DS, don't you feel the least bid jaded or that millionaires were fighting millionaires over how to split up millions of dollars? Meanwhile, those who depend upon the NHL for a large portion of their livelihood (vendors, sports bars, hotels, etc) were left out in the cold (pun intended).
Of course I do,but I would gain nothing by not watching the game I love.
Just got through watching Bruins vs Rangers. Great game , both teams actually looked sharp.
I played a proline lottery ticket today and picked 5 games,
ottawa toronto chicago new jersey and detroit to win.
My $10 would've become $234 but apparently detroit
is still locked out.Blues 5 Detroit 0
Look out for the blues. Lots of people in St. Louis are thinking cup this year. Personally I think they are still a year or two away.
When you say lots of people,what's that? 8 maybe 10 people?
Nobody down there seems to give a flying puck about hockey.
If they moved to Quebec city,they would have a better chance.
The city needs a team,the fan base would be huge,and the boost in support,
could give them the confidence to go...all...the...way...
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