That’s less than 25,000 households per goal

Posted on January 25th, 2007 – 4:56 PM
By Michael Rand

If you thought a Wednesday night All-Star game on a channel many people still can’t find would equal a ratings bonanza, well, you were sorely mistaken. The NHL All-Star game had a 0.7 rating — which means 484,000 households watched the West slather goals all over the East in a 12-9 victory. We’re not sure, but we think that’s neck-and-neck with our old cable access TV show. What, you don’t remember Purple Funk?

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