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Posted Saturday February 02, 2013, About: Portland looming as Coyotes destination?
Actually, hockey has a long tradition in Phoenix. From 1967 when the old Western Hockey League Roadrunners would sell out every night to the World Hockey Association days (sellouts early in their tenure there) Phoenix would support teams that were well managed and exciting. Additionally, the building they played in was centrally located, unlike the abomination in Glendale. The strength of the hockey fan base is in the Scottsdale and East Valley areas, not Glendale or West Phoenix. The decision to build the arena where it's located doomed the franchise.
Posted Monday September 17, 2012, About: Giants unlikely to bring back Melky Cabrera
The stupidity of the average poster on these sites never fails to amaze and amuse. What basis, what PROOF do any of you have that all these accused "users" have actually used? What, Mike Lupica says so therefore it must be true? Give it to me the break!

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