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The Ottawa Senators as a high-tech stock

Canada is a hockey nation, but has had a heck of a time preventing its hockey franchises from going south. From the (then) defunct Winnipeg Jets and Quebec Nordiques to financial messes in Edmonton and Ottawa, the CBC has followed the ups and downs of Canada's small-market NHL teams as they forever skate on thin ice.

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The team from "silicon valley north" rises and falls with the tech bubble.
Medium: Television
Program: Venture
Broadcast Date: Jan. 12, 2003
Guest: Alan Kearns
Host: Dianne Buckner
Reporter: Havard Gould
Duration: 5:44
Hockey footage: National Hockey League

Last updated: October 8, 2013

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