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Ducks Co-Owner Henry Samueli Says Cup Run Just The Beginning
Published June 6, 2007
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SALES: The Ducks recorded a $15.38 merchandise per capita for the first two games of the Stanley Cup Finals, up 75.4% over the average per capita in the ’06 final (Hurricanes, $9.26 and Oilers, $8.28) and 81.6% over the ’04 final (Lighting, $8.56 and Flames, $8.38) (NHL).
SOCAL: ESPN’s Jim Rome said of the Ducks needing one win to clinch their first Stanley Cup, “Canada, I know how badly you wanted this, but I have really bad news. Not only is the Cup not coming back where you think it belongs, but even worse, it’s going to stay here in Southern California where really nobody cares” (“Jim Rome Is Burning,” ESPN, 6/5).