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http://www.nytimes.com/2004/10/10/sports/hockey/10linden.html

In 1994, I competed for the Canucks in the Stanley Cup finals, which we lost in Game 7 to the Rangers in New York.

After the Rangers' victory, the N.H.L. was a hot property in sports. It was poised for growth and greater success...

...Over the past 10 years, the league has entered seven new markets in the United States. I doubt that Bettman, when selling new franchises for $80 million each, was telling the new owners that the industry was "bleeding to death" and that the league was "out of gas" as he now contends.




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