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11-18-2012, 09:52 PM
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sjaustin77
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Here are the numbers to show that the players 50/50 offer will work for every team. I didn't include the TV contract or the Make Whole because they basically wipe each other out. I haven't included growth which will just add to the owners profits. Salary % will not increase like last CBA so as revenues increase it will still work.

*Note on revenue sharing. I don't know how the owners will split it. I took from the top 10 teams to make every team profit at least $2.5M. 13 teams needed it to get there. 7 teams don't give or get in this scenario - They make whatever they make based on 50/50. I gave the most to the teams that needed it. I only used $51M in revenue sharing (above current use) so there is actually more available that I didn't use. It looks like they will agree to around $70 to $80M more.

Columns:
Team
2006 - Profit or Loss - this was at 54%. Only 8 teams show operating income loss
2011 - Profit or Loss - this was at 57%. 12 teams actually did better at 57%.
Salary - What each team paid per capgeek.com last year
50/50 Savings - What each team will save cutting last years salary from 57% to 50%
Net - 2011 Profit & Loss + 50/50 Savings - Down to only 6 teams losing money even before any more revenue sharing.
Rev sharing - * see note above. Black is what they are getting. Red is what they are giving up.
New Profit - Also see above for explanation. Every team makes at least $2.5M
Benefit - This is the total benefit of 50/50 plus or minus revenue sharing. Every team makes more than last CBA. Every team makes profits
Debt Value% - Shows debt of each team. Teams will be able to pay down on this making them more profitable.
Above Floor - Shows how far teams spent above the floor. Another way teams can be more profitable. Spend wisely, within budget.

TEAM20062011Salary50/50SavingsNetRevSharingNewProfitBenefitDebt/Value(%)AboveFloor
Coyotes($6.0)($24.4)$55.0$7.15($17.3)$19.8$2.5$26.926%$6.7
BlueJackets($4.0)($13.7)$61.3$7.97($5.7)$8.2$2.5$16.266%$13.0
Islanders($9.2)($8.1)$49.1$6.38($1.7)$4.2$2.5$10.667%$0.8
Predators($1.1)($7.5)$52.1$6.77($0.7)$3.2$2.5$10.052%$3.8
Ducks($0.2)($8.4)$59.3$7.71($0.7)$3.2$2.5$10.935%$11.0
Lightning$5.0($8.5)$60.9$7.92($0.6)$3.1$2.5$11.026%$12.6
Sharks$1.8($7.8)$61.4$7.98$0.2$2.3$2.5$10.321%$13.1
Panthers($1.9)($7.0)$55.5$7.22$0.2$2.3$2.5$9.559%$7.2
Capitals$4.6($7.5)$66.4$8.63$1.1$1.4$2.5$10.058%$18.1
Wild$4.7($5.9)$55.8$7.25$1.4$1.1$2.5$8.453%$7.5
Jets($5.4)($5.2)$51.7$6.72$1.5$1.0$2.5$7.761%$3.4
Devils($6.7)($6.1)$61.7$8.02$1.9$0.6$2.5$8.6144%$13.4
Hurricanes$0.5($4.4)$50.5$6.57$2.2$0.3$2.5$6.977%$2.2
Sabres$4.6($5.6)$65.3$8.49$2.9$0.0$2.9$8.546%$17.0
Blues$1.0($2.7)$54.9$7.14$4.4$0.0$4.4$7.181%$6.6
Stars$10.0($1.1)$49.8$6.47$5.4$0.0$5.4$6.5126%$1.5
Kings$7.1($2.0)$63.7$8.28$6.3$0.0$6.3$8.366%$15.4
Penguins$4.8($0.2)$64.2$8.35$8.1$0.0$8.1$8.338%$15.9
Flames$2.3$1.1$64.2$8.35$9.4$0.0$9.4$8.315%$15.9
Senators$4.2$2.8$51.6$6.71$9.5$0.0$9.5$6.765%$3.3
Bruins$4.8$2.7$62.2$8.09$10.8($1.2)$9.6$6.935%$13.9
Flyers$0.9$3.2$66.9$8.70$11.9($2.3)$9.6$6.422%$18.6
Avalanche$5.9$6.1$49.4$6.42$12.5($2.8)$9.7$3.612%$1.1
Blackhawks$3.1$8.7$60.2$7.83$16.5($4.4)$12.1$3.40%$11.9
RedWings$5.8$16.3$59.3$7.71$24.0($5.4)$18.6$2.30%$11.0
Oilers$10.7$17.3$60.5$7.87$25.2($5.6)$19.6$2.347%$12.2
Canucks$1.1$23.5$64.9$8.44$31.9($6.1)$25.8$2.337%$16.6
Rangers$17.7$41.4$61.9$8.05$49.4($7.4)$42.0$0.60%$13.6
Canadiens$17.5$47.7$62.2$8.09$55.8($7.5)$48.3$0.665%$13.9
MapleLeafs$41.5$81.8$63.5$8.26$90.1($8.0)$82.1$0.325%$15.2

With every team making money all franchise values will go up even more than they do now. I also didn't take into account any new local and Canadian TV deals, other CBA contracting issues and being able to trade salary that will also help the owners.

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