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History of escrow pay back/bonus/players share

http://espn.go.com/nhl/story/_/id/90...ording-sources

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2005-06: The net result was that each player earned 104.64 percent of his 2005-06 contract (includes the shortfall and interest). Players' share was 54 percent of HRR.

2006-07: The net result was that each player earned 97.51 percent of his 2006-07 contract. Players' share was 55.6 percent of HRR.

2007-08: The net result was that each player earned 100.66 percent of his 2007-08 contract. Players' share was 56.7 percent of HRR.

2008-09: The net result was that each player earned 87.12 percent of his 2008-09 contract. Players' share was 56.73 percent of HRR.

2009-10: The net result was that each player earned 90.59 percent of his 2009-10 contract. Players' share was 57 percent of HRR.

2010-11: The net result was that each player earned 97.7 percent of his 2010-11 contract. Players' share was 57 percent of HRR.

2011-12: The net result was that each player earned 99.48 percent of his 2011-12 contract. They got back just under 8 percent of the 8.5 percent they paid in escrow during the year. Players' share was 57 percent of HRR.

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Originally Posted by mouser View Post
Those figures are right if you're asking how much players received back from escrow, but wrong if you're trying to determine how big the player share of HRR was. Reason being those figures include interest earned in the escrow fund during the course of the year. For example some of the actual overage figures I have are:

2006-2007: -2.76% (became -2.49% with interest)
2007-2008: +0.48% (became +0.66% with interest)

They're probably relatively close to the same for later years with interest rates at like 0.10%.


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