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02-13-2013, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by ult View Post
First you tell me that you can't read Russian, then you post an absolutely not related minfin link in Russian about Moscow? What the hell?
Step1: Install https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...gjllcleb?hl=en
Step2: Use google to find this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...ubjects_by_GRP
Step3: switch to the Russian version
Step4: copy Валовой региональный продукт по субъектам Российской Федерации from the Links section and google it
Step5: find a governmental source
Step6: find up-to-date statistics for Khabarovsk (ДАЛЬНЕВОСТОЧНЫЙ ФЕДЕРАЛЬНЫЙ ОКРУГ on the right)
Step7: PROFIT

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And more importantly, where the hell did you find tickets on hcamur.ru? There are none. And 2 euros? Those are tickets to Amurskie Tigri, an MHL team. What a fail.
Nope, I wasn't looking at MHL tickets. http://www.sport-now.ru/hockey-amur.html This is where I got the data from.

There are no sources there.

But I think you're missing the point, buddy. I'm not talking about the cost of tickets relative to other KHL clubs. I'm talking about the income from tickets relative to the size of the entire budget of the respective team. The prices are ridiculously low and it would be absolutely impossible to run a club like that using a free market approach, which is the only sustainable way of managing a club or a league in the long term.

If you think some NHL clubs are unsustainable, you'll have another think coming when you realize what's going on in the KHL, it's absolutely ludicrous.

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