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Old 07-20-2015, 11:59 AM
 
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Having 3 hockey teams in one market (NYC) seems to really have an effect on the Devils and Islanders.
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Old 07-21-2015, 01:28 PM
 
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Having 3 hockey teams in one market (NYC) seems to really have an effect on the Devils and Islanders.
For the Devils yes, they have a hard time drawing when they werre winning cups.

For the Isles it is all about the terrible period they went through from 89-2014.

Bad and corrupt ownership. Terrible drafting.

When the Isles win the coliseum sold out consistantly. Go look at one of the abberation years 00-01. They had like 16 straight sell outs at one point.
We will see how it goes in Brooklyn.

I think if they continue to win they will sell out most nights.
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