Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Is it easier to play in a downtown arena than a suburban one?

Amidst the commentary on last night's 2-0 Leafs victory over the Senators, comes this quote from Damien Cox:

Maybe one of the lesser known Murphy's laws is that you are destined to always fail when it matters in an arena built so far from the downtown core that your most loyal fans are trapped in endless traffic jams, even on holiday Mondays.

Sure, his tongue is firmly in his cheek, but it adds an interesting new dimension to the Battle of Ontario for urban vs. suburban theorists...


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