We hear a lot of talk about relocation. The 2 most often cited potential destinations are Quebec and Hamilton (or So Ont, Golden Horseshoe, Toronto #2, etc). But NBC Universal Comcast just signed a deal for $2B for US coverage rights. Were they forewarned that one of their top 20 markets (Atlanta) was about to be dropped in favor of a city in which NBC does not have an affiliate? And what do we think that contract says about any future relocation to Canada? Would NBC be eligible for a rebate if the Yotes move to QC? Would the NHL then be able to turn around and charge CBC ands TSN more? Or would a smart cookie like Bettman be somehow able to get more from CBC and TSN, but not give anything back to NBC? Or are all these really trick questions? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe NBC not only gets the broadcast and cable rights in the US, but also worldwide online/webtv rights. They could be looking 10 years down the road, when webtv will be a much bigger piece of the puzzle than it is now. They might be thinking that if people are going to be watching online, NBC's interest would lie in having as many viewers as possible, regardless of where they are located. Maybe if that is the general drift of their strategy, they don't mind teams moving to Canada at all. Do we have any sports-entertainment lawyers or MBAs out there?