After all the thoughts in the "Inline Hockey's Comeback" I thought I would create this thread with my ideas on a how a true professional hockey league would work.
Single Game ticket prices should be from $8.00 to $15.00 depending on seat location.
Owners of a professional franchise should be able to spend at least $80,000 on one season.
Arenas capacity should not surpass 6,000 seats
Attract minor professional players to the game as a training method in the off season. Every team should try and attract hometown talent to keep the community interested.
Fighting should not be totally taking out of the game but not encouraged
Fighting = 1st:5 Minute major, 2nd 5 minute major and a game misconduct, fighting in the last five minute = automatic game misconduct.
Body Contact should be allowed
The shootout seems to be very popular.
Four 15min. Quarters. 5min. breaks between 1&2 and 3&4 quarter. 15min. break during half time.
26 games between 10 teams. Season starts in May ends in August.
Place teams in inline hockey hotbeds:
Top four teams advance. Best three out of five.
Local tv in team cities
B2 Network, online broadcasting
...MORE TO COME