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NBC/VS WIN new NHL TV Deal: $200MM/yr x 10 yrs, Exclusive Rights

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04-29-2011, 03:00 AM
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I'd honestly I think it's 2nd best. I know the NBA isn't carried on ESPN America. I know they have MLB but I think the NHL's package is better as hockey is much more popular than baseball overall in Europe. NFL is #1. Pretty sure Sky Sports in the UK gives them a pretty good deal.

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Does anyone know what the NHL gets from its international rights compared to NFL, MLB and NBA? Or what the other leagues get from Canada in TV deals?
I don't have exact numbers, but Canada is paying peanuts to the other leagues compared to what it pays to the NHL.

The NHL gets somewhwre from 165 to 225M$ per season on the 3 national deals in Canada. Rundown in an other thread.

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I don't have exact numbers, but Canada is paying peanuts to the other leagues compared to what it pays to the NHL.

The NHL gets somewhwre from 165 to 225M$ per season on the 3 national deals in Canada. Rundown in an other thread.
CTV pays around $15-20 million per for the NFL. The NBA's Canadian deal is controlled by MLSE through the Raptors. I believe that the Raptors keep any tv revenues that are generated in Canada. I can't find any firm numbers as to what their television deals are worth. The MLB deal with Rogers is believed to be worth around $25 million per year. UEFA's current deal with Rogers brings in $500,000 per year so I assume TSN has paid more for them since they take over in 2012. I can't find any firm numbers on the EPL but it's said to be "multi-millions". Past that, I can't find much on any other leagues.

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CTV pays around $15-20 million per for the NFL. .
Do you have any sources to back that? Everything I find references "terms not disclosed". Would like to see something concrete.

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Do you have any sources to back that? Everything I find references "terms not disclosed". Would like to see something concrete.
Sure do. Here's a link http://www.sportspromedia.com/news/n...ctv_in_canada/

Canada seems to be much more secretive about rights deals. Either that or nobody ever leaks them, or follows up on it.

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I don't have exact numbers, but Canada is paying peanuts to the other leagues compared to what it pays to the NHL.

The NHL gets somewhwre from 165 to 225M$ per season on the 3 national deals in Canada. Rundown in an other thread.
I believe that the TSN and CBC deals expire in a couple years, I know for sure that the CBC deal does. The NHL could get at least $350 million from Canada for national packages. That aint bad.

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I heard that in regards to the Winter Classic under the new tv deal is the winter class will be broadcast in prime time on every New Years Day. On days that New Years Day interferes with the NFL it will fall on the Monday after New Years Day (January 2nd) in the afternoons.

Also I think NHL Network should just be taken over by NBCU and be run similar to the Golf Channel and put on standard packages..

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