Alright, time to pack it up and book the cargo planes to Hartsfield, the NHL clearly isn’t viable in Winnipeg.
The team, which has sold out literally every single game — regular season and playoffs — since the Thrashers (RIP) moved to Winnipeg in 2011, drew a MEASLY 14,764 fans on Tuesday night versus the Coyotes, a whopping 550-ish seats under capacity.
It’s clearly time to panic, as a semi-struggling Jets squad facing a boring-as-hell Arizona club on a Tuesday night in October — with many parts of Manitoba caught in a State Of Emergency after a devastating snow storm hit last week — didn’t fill a rink which has been over capacity for 332 straight contests.
This never would’ve happened in Atlanta.
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