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Detroit, which has more than a few strikes against it as a city, manages to go against the grain because the Red Wings win, so that’s a definite factor.“Winning does help,” said an agent.
“If we had done these lists 10 years ago, Pittsburgh would have been on it.”Buffalo could come off the list as soon as next year if the Sabres draft Connor Mc David or Jack Eichel and it starts to look like a winner in the making.
It should be a dream to play in the centre of the universe, mere steps from the Hockey Hall of Fame, for a storied team that never lacks money or support.
But somehow, the Leafs’ near half-century of relentlessly chronicled futility has poisoned the well.“If Toronto were to win, it would be like the New York Yankees,” said an agent.
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One important factor is the Canadian record-keeping system, which is regarded as one of the best ones in the world.
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After riding in the K-9 rescue caravan, the rescues are welcomed with open arms and open hearts. "I hope they get a big comfy couch to lay on, belly rubs, bellies filled with food. If you or anyone you know wants to foster or adopt, contact Debbie Fraker from K9 Kindness Rescue.
Local volunteers made the more than 3,000 mile trek to Texas to save the dogs from Texas shelters inundated with animals from Hurricane Harvey. Every time you turned around, there was a kennel filled with cats and dogs," says K9 Kindness Rescue volunteer Heather James.