goin2kc wrote:How about we agree to drop our offer for your team in exchange for a triple-A affiliation. Wilkes-Barre is a very small city (43K) while Kansas City would give your up and coming players a chance to play in a big time arena in front of large crowds. There are many teams that have affiliates significant distances from their city.
goin2kc wrote:They average about 8,000 people per game. Kansas City would give you significantly more than that and you could generate some television and radio revenue that you probably wouldn't get otherwise. Just a thought.
DelPen wrote:Even if the pens leave there will still be an AHL team in WBS. That team is a cash cow to whoever owns it. The Rangers might have problems with Hartford and getting a reasonable lease for the Wolfpack. I wouldn't be surprised to see them take over WBS if the Pens moce and they don't want to have their affiliate in NE PA.
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