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Back-to-back games will create interest

Here's how the NHL can generate more fan interest.

Adjust the schedule to include back-to-back home games, on consecutive nights, against division opponents.

For instance, Calgary would travel to Colorado to play the Avs on Friday and Saturday night. Later in the season Colorado would return the favor in Calgary.

I guarantee something will happen in the first night's game that gets the fans excited about watching the second game.

Ted Goodlin, Denver, Colo.

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