Winter Olympic Hockey: Bound To Help NHL Popularity Grow

March 2nd, 2010 by Peter Lomuscio Leave a reply »


After arguably the best hockey tournament ever witnessed, can the hockey fever that the Winter Olympics created benefit the NHL?


Despite the fact that United States' supporters were left crushed after an agonizing sudden-death overtime goal by Canadian prodigy Sidney Crosby in the gold medal game, Team USA’s tremendous performance is sure to have won over many of its supporters to the National Hockey League.


The NHL has been tossed onto the back burner ever since the lockout in 2004-2005. It has been abruptly bumped from the major four sports of the nation and has been relegated to Versus for the majority of the league's broadcasts.


This sudden emergence of hockey headlines reminds many of the ...

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