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02-27-2013, 09:55 AM
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Originally Posted by SoundAndFury View Post
1. Wrong.
2. This season it's 300 millions and it depends on the size of HRR.
In the NHL, there are two kinds of television contracts: (1) Network contracts, that are broadcast nationally in Canada and the US, and negotiated by the league, the proceeds of which are distributed to all teams in the league through a revenue sharing arrangement; and (2) local TV contracts, negotiated by individual NHL clubs to be broadcast in local TV markets. If it were only network TV contracts, then some NHL franchises would almost never have their games televised for their fans to watch. In some NHL markets, the local TV contracts generate almost no revenue (advertisers are reluctant to sponsor games because of low viewer ratings), so most NHL teams are highly dependent on network contracts for money.

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