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Old 04-07-2019, 11:14 AM   #201
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Keep in SD, since they did well in the playoffs, for at least another year or two. Then, move 'em to Calgary.
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Old 04-09-2019, 12:32 AM   #202
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1981-1982 Season Review

Baltimore, Detroit, Winnipeg and San Diego were the division winners.

Baltimore defeated Houston in 7 to win it's first Stanley Cup!

Charles Haley of Seattle is the NHL career leader in goals assists and points.

Jessy Lamoureux of Winnipeg wins his 6th MVP in an 8 year career.

San Diego still can't break the 10,000 fan barrier. Calgary Mariners? The "Seahorse" Dome will be ready for the 83 season. Will it have a team? Or will Colorado, Kansas City or some other location swoop in?
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Old 04-09-2019, 12:48 AM   #203
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1982-1983 Season Review

Baltimore, Quebec, Winnipeg and Seattle won the divisions.

Baltimore won their 2nd straight Stanley Cup beating Chicago.

San Diego again failed to reach the 10,000 fan mark. They're leaving, but to where?

In addition to Calgary, Denver and Kansas City, Atlanta and Long Island have made late bids.

Jessy Lamoureux of Winnipeg scores 82 points in 59 games and doesn't win the MVP.

Baltimore's Tristan MacKenzie wins it by scoring 83 points in 80 games.
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Old 04-11-2019, 06:56 AM   #204
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1983-1984 Season Review

The Move is Official the San Diego Mariners become the Calgary Flames

Baltimore, Detroit, Houston, Seattle win the divisions.

Los Angeles defeats Baltimore in the final to take its first Stanley Cup!

Houston's Travis Wood leads in goals and Toronto's Erwin Bennett leads is assists and points.

Tristan MacKenzie of Baltimore wins his 2nd straight MVP and 3rd overall.
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Old 04-11-2019, 06:46 PM   #205
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damn, Baltimore is on a roll! maybe this recent run of success can convince the city to find a much-needed renovation of the arena?
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Old 04-11-2019, 10:49 PM   #206
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1984-1985 Season Review

Baltimore starts building an 18,000 seat arena to be ready for next year. They also hope to lure the Wizards back from Washington.

San Fran also gets into the new arena action going for a 17,000 seat arena for next year.

Baltimore, Detroit, Houston and Calgary win the divisions.

But it's Buffalo defeating Houston in the final to win it's first Stanley Cup!

Matthew Law of Washington wins his 2nd straight goalie of the year award.

Tristan MacKenzie of Baltimore wins his 3rd straight MVP.
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Old 04-12-2019, 10:24 AM   #207
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oof, yeah, San Fran really needed that new arena!
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Old 04-12-2019, 11:08 PM   #208
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1985-1986 Season Review

Baltimore's new arena bumps attendance from 14,282 to 16,267. San Fran's new arena bumps attendance from 12,146 to 13,790. Proving being competitive helps.

Washington, Cleveland, Houston and Calgary win the divisions.

In the Cup Calgary edges Baltimore in 7 games. Calgary wins in their 1st Cup in their 3rd season after the move from San Diego. All 9,998 die hard San Diego fans curse the city council bitterly for not building a new arena.
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1986-1987 Season Review

Boston, Quebec, Indy and Edmonton won the divisions. 3 of those are WHA survivors. Could this be the year the WHA wins?

No.

In the Cup Philly defeats Calgary for its 4th Cup!
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1987-1988 Season Review

New York, Montreal, St. Louis and Calgary win the divisions.

Montreal beats Calgary in 7 to win its 12th Cup!

Defenceman David LoBianco of Calgary leads the NHL in points at 106 and wins his 2nd straight D-man of the year.

Tristan MacKenzie now of Edmonton wins his 5th MVP.

40 Year old Johannes Kaunisto, now of Washington takes over the career assist lead with 979.
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1988-1989 Season Review

Baltimore, Quebec, St. Louis and Calgary won the divisions.

Montreal took their 2nd straight cup beating the Oilers in 6.

Kirby Myers of Chicago and former KC star from the WHA has moved into 3rd all time scoring.
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Old 04-14-2019, 12:57 AM   #212
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EXPANSION VOTE

Early 90’s Expansion
The NHL plans to expand by 4 teams in the early 90’s and 4 more in the late 90’s.

We will add 2 teams in the west and 2 in the east in the early 90’s (1992-93 and 1993-94).

All population figures are 1990/91 Urban Areas

West Candidates: (PICK 2)

Milwaukee – 1.2 million people - Needs to build an arena – had a WHA team

San Diego – 2.3 Million people - Needs to build an arena – Just lost their NHL team to Calgary

Phoenix – 2.0 Million People - America West Arena will be done for 92 – never had a pro team

Denver – 1.5 Million people - Has McNichols Arena – had a WHA team

Kansas City – 1.2 million people - Has Kemper Arena – had a WHA team

Dallas – 3.1 Million people - Has Reunion Arena – briefly had a WHA team

Anaheim – 9.4 Million people in LA - Honda Center ready in 93 – LA area had 2 teams with the WHA Sharks


East Candidates (Pick 2)

Hamilton – 500 thousand people but near western Toronto suburbs - Has Copps Coliseum – no NHL team for decades

Ottawa – 700 thousand people - New Arena may not be done until 96 – Had a WHA team

Miami – 3.1 Million people in Miami and Fort Lauderdale - Has Miami Arena – Had a WHA team

Tampa/St. Petersburg – 1.7 Million people - New Arena may not be done until 96 – could play in the dome being built – never had a pro team

Long Island – 15.5 Million people in NY - Has an arena in Nassau County – Had a WHA team called the Islanders

New Jersey – 15.5 Million people in NY – Had an arena – no pro teams on the Jersey side of New York

Atlanta – 2.1 Million people - Has an arena and had a WHA team
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Old 04-14-2019, 07:39 AM   #213
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Western teams
denver & dallas

eastern teams
miami & long island
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WEST
Denver and Milwaukee

EAST
Hamilton and long island. Ottawa can comeback in late 90s once the arena is built.

i would also suggest a new option for these next expansion: salt lake city. it's pretty much the winter sports haven of America. it would work as an NHL city.
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Old 04-14-2019, 05:51 PM   #215
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i would also suggest a new option for these next expansion: salt lake city. it's pretty much the winter sports haven of America. it would work as an NHL city.
Good idea. I've been so focused on cities with NHL teams and cities that did apply for the 92 and 93 expansions that I haven't looked at other cities.
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West: Denver and Dallas.
East: Ottawa and Long Island.
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Old 04-15-2019, 08:44 PM   #217
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1989-1990 Season Review

Philly, Montreal, St. Louis and Vancouver win the divisions.

In an exact replay from last year's Cup Montreal defeats Edmonton 4 games to 2. They win their 3rd straight cup and 14th overall.

Kirby Meyers now of Washington moves into 2nd all time in points and Jessy Lamoureux moves into 3rd all time in assists.

Yashar Bourque, now in Vancouver breaks his own record for goals in a season and finishes with 65.
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1990-1991 Season Review

New York, Cleveland, St. Louis and Vancouver win the divisions.

St. Louis defeats Cleveland in the Stanley Cup.

Ryan Hein of Toronto skips over Kirby Meyers to take over 2nd overall in points.

Pier-Olivier St-Laurent of Baltimore skips over Jessy Lamoureux (now of Quebec) for first overall in all time assists. He leads by 1.

Rookie Olivier Ross scores 58 points in 80 games and finishes -10. Somehow wins MVP along with Rookie of the Year.

I've seen a few really odd MVP's. I'm convinced its broken
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1991-1992 Season Review

Washington, Buffalo, Houston and Edmonton win the divisions.

Baltimore defeats Winnipeg in the Stanley Cup.

Quebec's Jessy Lamoureux moves into 2nd in all-time points.

Jeff Dougherty of Houston sets a new shut out record at 8.

EXPANSION SOON remember to Vote - see above

2 teams will join in 92 and 2 more in 93.
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Expansion Votes so far

West
Denver - 3
Dallas - 2
Milwaukee - 1

East
Long Island - 3
Ottawa - 1
Hamilton - 1
Miami - 1

I will cast tie-braking vote if necessary.
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