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01-26-2009, 11:13 AM
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Rangers revenue sharing?

Have any columnists or other sources published a figure for how much the Rangers paid into revenue sharing in 2007-2008?

Did a lot of Googling for this without any luck so far.


Also, can anyone tell me how Rangers playoff ticket pricing in 2007-2008 compared with the regular season pricing? e.g. If a seat was normally $80 during the regular season, how did it cost during each of the playoff rounds, $120 1st round? $160 2nd round?

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I dont think the NHL publishes the dollar amount of revenue sharing individual teams pony up, but you can be sure the Rangers are right near the top.

Forbes publishes which are the UBER well off Franchises though and again....

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I dont think the NHL publishes the dollar amount of revenue sharing individual teams pony up, but you can be sure the Rangers are right near the top.

Forbes publishes which are the UBER well off Franchises though and again....
The NHL doesn't publish it, but the numbers have been leaked before. Trying to find out if the Rangers numbers were leaked by anyone.

Globe&Mail reported the figures for the six Canadian teams last season.

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There is an interesting fact that the Islanders are not eligible for any revenue sharing because of their proximity to metropolitan NYC.

Same for the Kings in LA

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Have any columnists or other sources published a figure for how much the Rangers paid into revenue sharing in 2007-2008?

Did a lot of Googling for this without any luck so far.


Also, can anyone tell me how Rangers playoff ticket pricing in 2007-2008 compared with the regular season pricing? e.g. If a seat was normally $80 during the regular season, how did it cost during each of the playoff rounds, $120 1st round? $160 2nd round?
I just went back and looked. My seats were $49 in the regular season last year. For the playoffs, they were asking $80 for round 1, $95 for round 2, $130 for the Conference Finals, and $205 for the Cup Finals.

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Have any columnists or other sources published a figure for how much the Rangers paid into revenue sharing in 2007-2008?

Did a lot of Googling for this without any luck so far.


Also, can anyone tell me how Rangers playoff ticket pricing in 2007-2008 compared with the regular season pricing? e.g. If a seat was normally $80 during the regular season, how did it cost during each of the playoff rounds, $120 1st round? $160 2nd round?
Put it this way.

If the Rangers won the cup last year, the entire playoff run would have costed more than entire season alone.

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I just went back and looked. My seats were $49 in the regular season last year. For the playoffs, they were asking $80 for round 1, $95 for round 2, $130 for the Conference Finals, and $205 for the Cup Finals.
Thanks, that helps.

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There is an interesting fact that the Islanders are not eligible for any revenue sharing because of their proximity to metropolitan NYC.

Same for the Kings in LA
And NJ.

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Have any columnists or other sources published a figure for how much the Rangers paid into revenue sharing in 2007-2008?

Did a lot of Googling for this without any luck so far.


Also, can anyone tell me how Rangers playoff ticket pricing in 2007-2008 compared with the regular season pricing? e.g. If a seat was normally $80 during the regular season, how did it cost during each of the playoff rounds, $120 1st round? $160 2nd round?
Larry Brooks might know.He has those type of sources.

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Larry Brooks might know.He has those type of sources.
I actually went searching for info to contact Brooks via email or NY Post submit, couldn't find that either.

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I actually went searching for info to contact Brooks via email or NY Post submit, couldn't find that either.
larry.brooks@nypost.com

http://www.nypost.com/seven/01232009...ate_151515.htm

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Thanks, don't know how I missed that. Sent Larry an email, hopefully I'll get a response.

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