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Islanders' Wang On Move To Brooklyn: "Go Where You Are Loved"
Published April 18, 2013
Wang said of relocating to Brooklyn prior to the '15-16 season: "It's been something we've been working on for a long time, in terms of getting to stay in New York, getting a first-class arena and facility to play in, and everything seems to be coming together." When asked about talks with other cities, he said, "There were offers, bona fide offers to move. ... We made the commitment to try everything possible to stay local. It's the New York Islanders." On what pushed him make a move: "My father used to tell me, 'Go where you are loved.'"
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