Best USA hockey States

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  1. Jusa likes Cats

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    I am interested about USA hockey and asking that which are best USA hockey states? Minnesota, Michigan and Boston area traditional.

    What is in future big hockey culture state?

    Which USA states has come/become a real hockey state?

    I am a Florida Panthers fan and looking for good season for them.
     
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    Minny, Michigan and New Mexico of course.
     
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    Arizona is actually starting to produce some talent. STL and Cali too

    A lot of kids of Canadians playing on American team helping you guys eh ;)
     
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    stl is producing a gross amount of young talent these last few drafts

    like the first round had 5 or 6 in 2016. kunin, keller, tkachuk, frederic and another guy or two
     
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    Best Players Tribune article yet. Really felt this one especially at the end.
     
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    What does eh mean?
     
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    Logan Brown another one. Yup I hope some of these guys decide to come home and play for the Blues someday

    The AAA Blues have a very good program due to the amount of NHL players that stick around after retirement and coach/develop these kids
     
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    The Players Tribune
     
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    I just means eh, buddy
     
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    I'm proud of this one (I was editorial director at large).
     
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    He aint your buddy, guy
     
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    Not long ago, Houston was a city in the discussion for possible expansion/relocation, so I imagine there is some interest in Texas.
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    Some people in this thread are confused what states are.
     
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    Probably New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, maybe Washington state due to proximity to British Columbia, maybe District of Columbia, but I feel DC probably isn't in general considered a Hockey State.
     
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    Not being a dick but Boston is a city located in Massachusetts.

    Add Maine. North Dakota. And other states where the weather is pretty horrible outside and hockey picked up major following back in the day due to something to actually do during winter.
     
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    Like it had been mentioned already you can add Missouri to the list, it is all from the AAA Blues program out of St Louis but so many 1st rounders
     
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    Ask one of the American born kids with a Canadian NHL daddy they may know ;)
     
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    You right. He isn't.
     
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    probably Utah,Kansas makes this a tough choice though
     
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    "Adding "eh" to a sentence can indicate the speaker's willingness to accept dissent or to invite further discussion. Has been referred to as an "articulated question mark."

    The interpretation of "eh" as carrying meaning beyond other routine interjections (huh?) is supposed to be uniquely Canadian. "Ascertaining the comprehension, continued interest, agreement, etc., of the person or persons addressed" is how the Canadian Oxford Dictionary puts it.
    "Let's do something, eh?" -- where 'eh' is 'do you agree?'
    "We could get a pizza, eh?" -- where 'eh' is 'if you would like to'
    "I don't know about that, eh?" -- where 'eh' is 'but perhaps I might be convinced if you explained further'
    "What's that, eh?" -- where 'eh' is 'I would appreciate, friend of mine, hearing your interpretation'
    "The beer's cheap here, eh?" -- where 'eh' is 'so what would you like to do about that'
    "It's after last call, eh?" -- where 'eh' is 'were you aware'"

    "An interjection or prompt spoken by Canadians.
    Equivalent to the American "huh?" or "right?"
    Usually used to prompt a person to respond to what was said. or to indicate a lack of understanding.
    1) Joe: That girl is hot, eh?
    Dave: You're damn right.

    2) Dave: The dog is red and the sky is grey.
    Joe: Eh??"
     
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