Lacrosse, a Mammoth replacement for hockey

Lacrosse, a Mammoth replacement for hockey

Postby Sonny on Fri Jan 28, 2005 4:33 pm

By Pete Scalia
January 27, 2005

Hockey is gone, but at this point does anybody really miss it? While hockey has given fans some great years, the recent actions by both players and league officials have shown that the fans just don't mean that much.

So me, I'm off hockey, even if by some slim chance there is some sort of short, mutant season. I have found better excitement than hockey and I didn't even have to leave the Pepsi Center to do so. The Colorado Mammoth can make people actually forget that they even miss hockey.

The Mammoth has kicked off its third season in Denver and is off to a 2-1 start. Supported by one of the best fan bases in the National Lacrosse League, Colorado broke the single-season sellout record with five last year, and after packing the Pepsi Center with the first-ever standing-room-only crowd on Saturday, the team are on their way to doing it again.


From the CSU Student Newspaper:
http://www.collegian.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2005/01/27/41f88f14d0d33
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