Found October 24, 2012 on
The 6th Sens:
At the mark of yesterday’s Fan 590 Hockey Central at Noon program, the three hosts – Darren Millard, Nick Kypreos and Doug MacLean – an assemblage of some of the most brilliant minds in hockey, sat around and discussed the ramifications of the lockout.
When the topic of cancelling the next block of games was broached, the issue with finding alternative sources to fill the various arenas to generate revenue streams led to Doug MacLean chiming in with information that some owners are desperate to generate some revenue.
Using the audio player that I have embedded at the bottom of the post, you can listen to this specific banter which approximately starts at 9 minute 19 second mark to catch. For the visually inclined, the following is a transcript of what was said:
MacLean: “I heard last night that there is a couple of teams that I said last year that were on the market for sale and I’ve heard this week that there’s people in actually looking at peoples’ books right no...
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