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12-17-2012, 12:40 AM
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Originally Posted by DAChampion View Post
You can get the cap numbers from cap geek. You can subtract the cap from total revenue+operating income from Forbes "business of hockey", and the difference should be equal to non-cap hockey expenses. Maybe I could do it. It would take ... 30 minutes.

I think 7 years and 30 teams is a lot. I assume it's the same teams spending a lot year after year.

You're right that cap spending and non-cap spending will be correlated. Should not be an issue with enough teams.
The teams are interrelated. Creating a system in which you look at data that hasn't had time to normalize is flawed. You can do it but what would it prove when you don't start at a true equal footing?

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