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By Brahma Chellaney
Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Frank Remesch
The Capitals were thrilled to get a sellout crowd of 11,082 at 1st Mariner Arena on Tuesday night for the Baltimore Hockey Classic. But in terms of the on-ice action, that many people packed into a building built in 1962 didn't help.
When Michael Caggiano owned the Baltimore Bandits minor league hockey team in the mid-1990s, he received a letter from a woman who went to a game with her husband and two children. She loved it, the letter said, but she'd never go back.
Arena general manager Frank Remesch told The Washington Times last week that new ice is made twice a year for 16 Disney On Ice shows.
Remesch and Young agreed that a team with a Caps connection could succeed.