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11-08-2012, 03:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Stewie Griffin View Post
And how do you define "suck"? On ice product? Off-ice management?

Why does Florida lose $7 million with revenues of $81 million, yet Columbus has operating losses of $13.7 million, with similar revenues? (based on Forbes' #'s). I'm really asking because I'm curious, not being a smart-ass.

Would revenue sharing actually do anything to remedy these discrepancies?
Reply to the bolded portion. That's simple, Florida spent to the cap floor while Columbus spent close to the cap ceiling.

No for extra credit, go look up what happens to revenue sharing when a team spends above the mid-point.

This thread seems to have a lot of posts indicating many posters believe Columbus is existing on revenue sharing. Those posters probably also think Columbus is a "sunbelt team."

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