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11-18-2012, 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by MAROONSRoad View Post
I haven't seen it addressed here, but how does enhanced revenue sharing play into any survival scenario for the Coyotes?

- Expired CBA provided $140 million per year.
- NHL has apparently agreed to up that to $220 million per year.
- NHPA has proposed Bettman have access to tens of millions - say $80 million -- per year to spend on troubled franchises as he or some committee sees fit.

So the Coyote could get their regular revenue sharing of around $15 million per year and an additional $10 million or more from Bettman.

I applaud you for your attempt at some sanity to keep a team that should be contracted or relocated.

go yotes go

Only $40 million plus in handouts to be a possible break even business.

Pass the hat around the dressing room and the others guys can keep this disaster afloat.

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