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"Those players might not be in the NHL if there were still only 30 teams.
"But the team introduced the VP of communications and content Eric Tosi just about at the beginning of this year, a radio partner in April, and a TV partner in June, and it was about that point I began to really push. I never got that call," he said, coming to an agreement at the end of July and having to keep the news quiet until the announcement in mid-August.
"Other people, I suppose, were willing to offer their support of me, and that was enough for them.
The way the community and the team bonded in that way in that short period of time, capped by an enormously touching tribute ceremony before the first home game, allowed us, meaning the outsiders who moved to Vegas, understand the community more and I think for the community to embrace a group of people coming from the outside and purporting to be Vegas’ team.” And, of course, Vegas as a team also helped give their new community something to cheer for, matching the 1974-75 Washington Capitals' win total in just one month, and going 8-3-0 in October.
“I had a very good friend of mine who’s a big hockey fan send me a text message after the [7-0 win over Colorado on Oct.
For special situations (esports and China) we used two additional categories: other social media -- for when the athlete was more relevant on a platform outside the Big Three (Twitch, for example, although no gamers made the top 100) -- and, in China's case, Baidu search score, because Google is blocked there.