Forbes 2012 annual review of NHL
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11-28-2012, 11:48 PM
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I wonder how this takes into account arenas.
I know the top 3 teams own the team and arena as one entity but Chicago and Boston own their arenas under different business.
I would imagine if the Bruins package of the TD Garden, Bruins, and 20% of NESN would fetch far more than $348 mil.
So because company A is owned by a larger company (company B), when deciding the value of company A, they need to take into account company B's value as well?
Things do not work that way.
Yes there's rules around how the NHL determines HRR so that teams don't funnel all the money into the larger parent company, but that still doesn't mean that company A is suddenly worth 3 times as much because of company B's value.
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