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Value of NHL Franchises since 1991

Are owners of NHL teams really losing that much money every season? Would savvy business people actually pay outrageous salaries if they really were struggling that much?

bulletSorted in alphabetical order
bulletSorted by franchise value

Did you know that:

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The average value of an NHL franchise in 1999 was 2.7 times what it was in 1991.

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The value of the Washington Capitals more than quadrupled (4.5) between 1991 and 1998,
while it more that tripled for the Rangers (3.1), Flyers (3.7), Blues (3.9), Devils (3) and
Stars (3.5).

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Los Angeles, Calgary, Edmonton, and Carolina are the 4 franchises that increased their value
by the smallest margin (less than doubled) between 1991 and 1998.

 

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