I'm just curious as to whether or not that Quebec City is likely to get a new arena. A question is that IF the plans for the $400 million arena fall through will Quebecor end their quest for a team or will they just settle for a $150 milion arena or something like that? I know one thing that seems to have hurt Quebec City when the Nordiques when they were there was that the mayor at that time couldn't give two sh*ts about whether or not that the team stayed or left, while today's mayor, Regis Labeaume, is very passionate about the return of the Nordiques. And another thing of course was the fact that Aubut demanded too much from the government.
Then an ownership group has to step up, then a team has to become available. QC is just starting to run the race and we've been going for years. Not sure when it will be over but we'll finish before them
Post by jetsnnordiquesfan on Dec 11, 2010 3:11:28 GMT -5
When Montreal Plays in Long Island, I think over half of the fans are habs fans, yet there are still about 5000 empty seats. Now imagine with the Isles playing Atlanta. It would be funny if there were more Nordiques fans than Isles fans next night. XD
I also heard that some people who couldn't get a place in one of the 23 bus might still make the trip to Long Island this weekend. I REALLY hope they're seen on TV.
kenas10: Go Jets Go! Here we are 7 years later starting the Conference Finals against the Las Vegas Knights! I'm still a season ticket holder, have been since day 1. I was KennyS and was on the forum the whole time!! Blast reading all of this. Go Jets Go!
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