Why do posters continue to say Halifax or Regina or Saskatoon or Victoria or EVEN Kingston, Moncton, St. John's could support an NHL team? Are they dense? Do they think you could plop an NHL team anywhere in Canada and people that live 6 hours away will buy season tickets? These are the facts - Hamilton or a team somewhere in Southern Ontario like Kitchener-Waterloo, London, St. Catherine's, or a second Toronto team is possible. There are enough people close enough that that is viable for certain from a population point of view. Winnipeg and Quebec City are PROBABLY too small with not enough corporate support to support an NHL team but they are at least a possibiliy worth discussing. Halifax is far too small to support an NHL team. So is Victoria, or even a combined Regina/Saskatoon team that has the arena between the 2 cities. Moncton, St. John's, Kingston are just moronic ideas. They are extremely small cities. They are 1/7 to 1/10th the size of the SMALLEST existing metro areas with NHL teams. And they are not even affluent cities compared to the average in Canada.