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Shouldn’t they get one team first?
Did you read the TSN article? Maybe the NHL should give unemployed hedge fund managers a team too; they seem quite keen on bringing more hubris-filled losers who have confused wealth with intelligence, decadence with integriy, and shiny red cars sports cars with their own tiny…well, you get the idea
As they would be located in Toronto, they would have to be the Toronto Morons.
Sorry ,my bad.Must have made a typo…NOT!
Two teams in Toronto? You have to be kidding,…
Sure New York maybe has two professional teams, but they are in different leagues.
How do you match up a game Toronto Maple Leafs vs Toronto (whatever name they choose here). Who do you root for? Torontonians will become divided and their loyalty for the Leafs will shift to the new team.
Perhaps Toronto is so frustrated not winning a Cup since 1967, and at the way things are developing of late, may not hoist the Cup for another 5-10 years, want better odds in winning Lord Stanley, so they want another team in TO.
I wonder who this govenor was who suggested this idea? I am not a betting man, but I would guess he is a Leafs fan.
They may have the funds, resources and the population to support another NHL team in toronto, but why is the NHL thinking about expansion when some of its 30 teams are struggling to survive?
God I hope I don’t see any future matchups between two Toronto teams because it will be a hugh joke and I won’t be laughing!!!
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The NHL board of governors must be feeling the effects of the crisis in the US, otherwise they will push for US side expansion or investment till it becomes illegal and punishable by law.
They had one, they lost it…move on.
That’s ridiculous. They lost it because of bad management and lack of sponsors. If businesses stepped up financially, a team could survive no problem. They have the fan base, so the fans deserve a team.
See Montreal Expos.
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o.m.g toronto’s so full of it self they think they deserve another nhl team.what a joke.they cant even build a half decent team thats been in the league for ever as it is.expansion to europe is a joke also.30 teams are allready plenty.fold up the money losing teams we have now and put them in winnipeg or que city.
Whatever happened to Hamilton as a destination? Did that get shot down because of Buffalo?
I don’t want another expansion team, the league is diluted anough already. What I would like to see is for Nashville or Pheonix to get moved. They don’t draw the crowds, and they’re not in Hockey markets.
I don’t think Quebec City deserves a team. They had one, they lost it, I’d say move on. Same goes for Winnipeg.
I think Ontario could support another team. Heck, New York State alone supports three teams- four if you stretch to include the Devils in Newark. Shouldn’t be too hard for hockey mad Ontario to do the same.
If you want to have a good laugh go to CBC.You have to read the comments about T.O getting another hockey team the comments are hilarious.I have a new name for the new team HOG-DOGS.
Habs Fan 4 Ever & Ever Amen.
Great idea: Call them The Montreal Maroons, get Doug Jarvis to coach, and watch them beat the hell out of the Leafs.
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