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11/30 HNIC Hotstove: Canada TV deal, cap, lawsuit

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11-30-2013, 07:30 PM
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11/30 HNIC Hotstove: Canada TV deal, cap, lawsuit

http://kuklaskorner.com/hockey/comme...stove-tonight1

c/o KK.

A bit of talk about the new 12 year Canadian TV deal (but not any impact on HNIC).

Some teams think the salary cap might hit $80m in three years, $90m in five. All depends on above TV deal AND how well the outdoor games and World Cup do.

And a bit of talk about the lawsuit. Sounds like the NHL is not "afraid" of the discovery (which could include detailed financials on all 30 teams).

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Having to spend 70 million minimum on NHL salaries would be huge,

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Having to spend 70 million minimum on NHL salaries would be huge,
But if it is mostly centrally driven revenue then it probably isn't as big of deal as Healy and company make it out to be. Yes teams have to pay more, but they will be taking in additional revenue at the same rate.

The issue is when you have a large growth of the unshared revenue at uneven rates. Widening the gaps. Central revenue growing is good for everyone. Part of running the team is fixed cost so that expense gets alleviated.

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But if it is mostly centrally driven revenue then it probably isn't as big of deal as Healy and company make it out to be. Yes teams have to pay more, but they will be taking in additional revenue at the same rate.

The issue is when you have a large growth of the unshared revenue at uneven rates. Widening the gaps. Central revenue growing is good for everyone. Part of running the team is fixed cost so that expense gets alleviated.
Yes that is true.

But lets for example use say.. The Coyotes who already left plenty of cap room each year, were getting subsidized by Glendale and the NHL were still losing millions upon millions on them.

Then are still last in attendance this year.. I don't see how the gate will help them too much when they have to spend another extra 20-30 million min on salaries alone.

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Yes that is true.

But lets for example use say.. The Coyotes who already left plenty of cap room each year, were getting subsidized by Glendale and the NHL were still losing millions upon millions on them.

Then are still last in attendance this year.. I don't see how the gate will help them too much when they have to spend another extra 20-30 million min on salaries alone.
If the additional revenue pushing up floor up $20-30m is central revenue, than they'll also be pulling in $20-30m extra in revenue. That's how it works in a 50/50 world.

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Is it though?

I thought more teams (The Canadian ones) would be getting more of the money then others.

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Having to spend 70 million minimum on NHL salaries would be huge,
Remember when the cap wasn't even $40M?

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getting to the cap floor could kill a few teams

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Having to spend 70 million minimum on NHL salaries would be huge,
It'll be fun to see all the "Stamkos just got $3M more a year than Crosby? What a joke!" posts.

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It'll be fun to see all the "Stamkos just got $3M more a year than Crosby? What a joke!" posts.
How about when Toews signs for 10 million a year?

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