If Revenue Sharing had been 100% Last Year...
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11-18-2012, 02:50 PM
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So HRR was $3.3 Billion last season.
If revenue sharing was 100% for the last season, each team would recieve $110 million.
If team payroll was $65 million that would leave $45 million. This would give the players a 59% share of HHR (a lot, I know).
If it cost $15 million to pay for all other team expenses
(flights, hotels, salaries of support staff etc) then that would leave $30 million per team.
And if each team payed $5 million to run all other aspects of the NHL (head offices/laywers/accounts/advertisements) that would be $150 million.
After all that, each team would be left with a profit of $25 million.
Try 40-45m in non player expenses. KevFu indicated the average last year (or 2011?) was 44m.
Maclain said it was ~20m back in 2002.
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