Are the big market teams the losers here?
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12-31-2012, 03:48 PM
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Well in Boston Jacobs refused to spend the money necessary to compete with the other big market teams under the old system so any cap is a good cap for Boston. The Bruins will spend right to the cap, field a competitive hockey team, and Bruins fans will be happy.
Pretty much the same for Kings' fans. AEG which is currently trying to sell all of their entertainment properties, including the Kings, never spent big money until the salary cap was in place. Once the team was in a position to make a sustained run they spent fairly close to the cap.
The reasons AEG is selling are likely two fold IMO.
1) Philip Anschutz is getting older and likely wants to retire, but he could have left the company to one of his children or let AEG President Tim Leiweke run the entire company.
2) The price of all enterntainment properties are inflated and it's time to sell.
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