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Available- One Minor League Franchise, Wants An NHL Team

from the Business Courier,
The owners of the American Hockey League franchise formerly known as the Mighty Ducks lost their team last year when a game of musical chairs involving National Hockey League affiliates in the AHL left Cincinnati out of the mix. But the owners kept possession of the franchise, even though it's been idle this season. Now, RailRaiders CEO Pete Robinson and his staff are racing to sell 2,000 deposits for 2006-2007 season tickets in an effort to show the league and prospective NHL affiliates that Greater Cincinnati is still a strong hockey market.
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