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01-06-2013, 09:30 AM
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Originally Posted by SufferingCatFan View Post
There are about 1/3rd strong teams, 1/3rd medium teams and 1/3rd weak teams in the NHL. The weakest teams seem to be CBJ, Hurricanes, Coyotes, Kings, Islanders, Stars, Predators, Wild, Ducks, Devils, Panthers, Tampa (although several admittedly have uber rich owners). Assuming that 70% of the subsidiary money goes to these 12 teams that equals $140 million out of $200 million in revenue sharing and $42 million out of $60 million in hockey market growth, which equates to an average of about $15 million per team. If all the money goes to these teams , then its is $20 million per team.
What I meant that it's not $14-$20 extra what Panthers are getting, they are already getting revenue sharing, so maybe they might be getting $3-$5 million more, which is, of course, great amount of money.
But Panthers are giving about 100% of their HRR (HRR= revenues-losses-revenue sharing) to players.


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