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by Paul on 05/24/07 at 11:53 PM ET
from William Houston of the Globe and Mail,
When the Stanley Cup final starts Monday in Anaheim, most of the leading newspapers in the United States will be busy doing something else.
They certainly won’t be sending reporters to Canada to cover the games in Ottawa, where connections are difficult and fares expensive.
“It’s Disneyland against Parliament,” one U.S. sportswriter said about the Senators-Ducks series. “Not only is it impossible to get directly from one place to another, but it takes a great deal of time and money.
“If I’m a sports editor, I say forget about it. I can spend my money on something better.”
continued... Even both Detroit newspapers are taking a pass…
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