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10-10-2012, 06:13 AM
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Originally Posted by kuhcbaB notnA View Post
No revenue kind of guarantees no profit. So tracking lost Revenue is a good start. Then you can split it by previous CBA split (57/43) to show NHLPA losses and NHL losses.
Not really because that does not paint an accurate picture of what the owners are really losing. Its accurate for the players, yes.

In any business revenue is easy to generate. Easy. Profit, thats an entirely different story. Company do not go into business to generate revenue, they want to generate profit. There is soft linkage between these for sure, but if you want to compare the real losses between the two you have to account for that.

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