For the second consecutive season, all 32 ownership groups are back for the start of a new season. The only change to report is one movement in the National League
The Toronto Toros (nee Montreal Maroons) are finally moving south of the border and have settled in Kansas City and will play as the Scouts. The team is named after a defunct hockey team named after a statue depicting a guy on a horse. If that doesn't breed confidence, nothing will. The good news is Kansas City Scout fans won't have to do much to be better than their predecessor: if they can win 43 games they'll have a greater winning percentage than either edition of the original Scouts. Fans are excited.