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ryan mitchell

on 11 October 2012

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The Stanley Cup was created and first awarded to Montreal in 1893. The Stanley Cup finals are usually held late May/Early June Mike Richards and Jeff Carter <3 The financial impact of the Stanley Cup playoffs are huge, because the stadiums hold 15,000 + fans, and there are 15 series that are 4-7 games each, and tickets can range from 20 dollars, to thousands of dollars. That's a lot of money. Also, Ever since the 04-05 lockout, hockey has become more and more popular every year, excluding 2012. The exposure of hockey hasn't changed much recently. The Finals are always broadcast on either VS or NBC, and the advertisements always feature star players on both teams doing various things in slow motion, and are not aired on many channels Some sponsors of the finals in 2012 were the NHL, the cities of New Jersey and L.A., and Staples. Many celebrities were at the finals in 2012, including Will Ferrell, Matthew Perry, Ellen Page and Kate Hudson In 2012, less people attended or watched the finals due to many reasons. The games were very uneventful, there was no "storyline" to either teams, the NBA lockout had peoples attention, and there were less advertizements than in 2011. The Stanley Cup was first presented in 1893, so it is not very new at all. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Stanley_Cup_Finals#Television
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