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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Philip Davis
Robin Taylor grew up a Washington Capitals fan but didn't attend her first game at the Capital Centre until 1994. That was technically a year after the Patrick Division ended, but the same rivals were there in the new "Atlantic" Division, so plenty of hatred built up for the Flyers, Penguins, Rangers, Devils and Islanders until the realignment in 1999 that put the Caps with the Hurricanes, Thrashers, Panthers and Lightning.
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"I've had lots of trouble with weekday game tickets against Florida and Tampa Bay — they don't really sell that well," Davis said. "But the Rangers and the Flyers and the Penguins, it's going to be great to have those rivalries back so often and to go to those games. The ones I don't go to will be easier to sell."
"When I first got it, I went to every single game ... now I say probably 10 games a year," said Davis, whose commute from the Baltimore area prevents more.