NHL vs. NHLPA
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09-14-2012, 02:13 PM
Join Date: Nov 2011
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I look at some players as an average Joe. A player making 500K for 2 years and is now a career AHLer (working for a total of 10-15 years) is no different than someone making 100K for 30 years. The only difference is that entertainers are the product as well as the employee. The business model is the hockey player.
Sorry but when the **** did making 100k a year become average as of 2010 the average income after tax of a individual was 32,100 how is 1 person making 100k average. The average is about 40-50k a year. That is a vast difference.
If we assume 40 is average than over 30 years they will earn 1.2 million if the hockey player makes 500k for 2 years than makes an average of 60k for 10-15 he is looking at a minimum of 1.6 million and has only worked 12 years to the average joe's 30 years.
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