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  • SayWhat
    November 18, 2013 - 20:12

    To Mikey and Robert and to those at the Telegram. I will leave you with this thought. The owners of the Ice Caps (True North) have been in discussion this year with the WHL. The idea would be to return major junior hockey to Winnipeg. However it appears those talks have stalled. I believe it is not out of the realm of possibility that True North could be thinking of moving their team back to Winnipeg and rebrand the Manitoba Moose. Its not far fetched. It's public knowledge True North has talked to the WHL. So they have been looking at the idea of another team in Winnipeg. Remember the Leafs moved their farm team out of here for Toronto. Could this be deja vu? The Ice Caps moving back to Winnipeg?

  • SayWhat
    November 18, 2013 - 10:57

    To Mikey...and maybe to the Telegram, I could be way out in left field on this, but how come I see a company (Sink, Comb, Delhlefs) associated with the construction of the MTS Centre in Winnipeg and is connected with the construction of the new arena in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It's too coincidental if you get my drift.

  • Mikey
    November 18, 2013 - 09:59

    Public relations and bravado can never make up for the fact this team has not come together, no matter what Danny Williams or Glenn Stanford have to say. Personally, I think they will be out of here once this contract is up.

    • Robert
      November 18, 2013 - 10:57

      With any luck. That's what you get when you have a team belonging to a league full of NHL garbage.

  • SayWhat
    November 18, 2013 - 08:23

    For those that have been none too kind about my assessment of the Ice Caps, read carefully of what the coach has said to the Telegram. Read the phrases; "not satisfied", "I don't sleep well" etc. The cruel reality is setting in within the front office-this team is not good enough. Last Wednesday, the Worcester Sharks started a three game visit to Mile One. They entered the contest with number seven in the loss column. Three games later, they leave St.John's with the number seven still in the loss column. Tell me how a last place team (no more) can take five out of six points. Tell me how the home team can't beat a last place team in regulation time. Checking the AHL expanded standings, the winning percentage is a true reflection of a team. And when the Ice Caps are 13th in terms of winning percentage in the Eastern Conference it means they are closer to the basement then they are to a playoff spot.