They have to work with building availability. Many of the teams share buildings with NBA teams and its winter so most concert tours are playing indoor venues. It’s tough to have an even split of games during the week.Yeah, if I had one nitpick about the league it’s the scheduling. For example, they had 13 games scheduled on Monday, going up against the State of the Union, but only two last night. They really need to spread it out so fans can enjoy the product every night of the week or have the option of just watching 4-5 games a night.
The building location is awful. There’s nothing around it except a bunch of office parks. It would be like if the Bruins played on the Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington. Actual it would be more like if the Revolution played on the Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington.I’ve mentioned this before, but the Panthers attendance is pathetic for a team in a wild card spot. You can see all the empty seats on TV, and at least half of the people there are Flyers fans. Bad look for the league. Just move this franchise to Saskatchewan. Tampa Bay is a great market, but hockey in South Florida just isn’t working.