Everything you just said is absolutely true, and is a compelling case for the Saturday match, originally scheduled for RBA, to be played somewhere other than RBA, possibly even somewhere other than northern NJ or the NYC metro area. It is a big jump from there to swapping matches. When Hurricane Katrina made the Superdome unusable to the Saints, the Saints home opener was played at the opponent's stadium. The rest of their home matches were played hundreds of miles from home. But at no point, in any of those games, was the *other team* penalized. Here, not only is the other team penalized, but NYRB has been put in a competitive standing better than they would have had in the absence of the storm. As an aside, I haven't heard yet if the league is planning on covering lost $ for the fans of each team that had already paid travel costs to away legs.