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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizz View Post
    Look like it was a superb tournament. This is an event I would attend if presented in Québec; not sure I would buy a rubber chicken tough.
    There were a lot of good vibes around Lansdowne Park ,home of TD Place, during this dual tournament.

    There was an attendence target. I do not know what it was, but I assume it was set at the break even point for the financing. Reports say that the target was reached on Saturday night. That would make Sunday's gold medal games turn a profit.

    Do not buy rubber chickens. Sell them to Laval fans. You could retire on the profits.

    Update: alas sells rubber chickens just like those in the photo I posted--for $17.99 plus tax.
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