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12-01-2012, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve View Post
Reportedly they lost $24.4M in 2011/2012 (according to National Post) with a very good team. How much can revenue sharing/Lease agreement change? If it's less than $25M it won't change anything unless they can somehow rally some fans to fill the seats.

The NY press says the NJ Devils made $26m with their playoff tix sales, during their 2011-2012 playoff run. That shows how a strong postseason can boost a team's revenue.

Phoenix was last in the nhl in attendance, during the regular season in 2011-2012.
Their strong playoff run should have been used to help build attendance. They have a young, talented team and a very good gm. There is no reason to think with the ownership issue settled and a young playoff team, that Phoenix can't build their base, increase their regular season tix sales.

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