Report: NHL Revenue Up 10%

According to a report from Sports Business Daily, the NHL is experiencing strong revenue growth – and the league’s final four teams are helping boost the bottom line even further.

The report says league-wide revenue is already up approximately 10 percent from the last full NHL season, and echoes most recent statements that the cap for 2014-15 is expected to be back around $70M. Cap growth is also expected picking up in the seasons that follow as the new television deal in Canada kicks in.


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4 Responses to Report: NHL Revenue Up 10%

  1. EbonyRaptor says:

    So Bettman announced last December that the 2014/15 Cap projection to be approximately $71.1M. Then the LA Kings GM states in an interview that due to the declining Canadian dollar the Cap will be closer to $68M. And now it’s announced that hockey related revenue (HRR) is up 10% from the last full season (2011/12) meaning the Cap is now projected to be $70M.

    Well, not as good as $71.1M, but better than $68M.

  2. Phil says:

    Hmmm, my ticket prices went up around 10% this past year…and again for next year too.

    Slightly off topic, but worth noting. Lot C at the UC where I park has had for months this huge pot hole at the entrance/exit that had flat tire bent wheels all over it. I called the Hawks office last week and asked them to fix it. Drove by Sunday and low and behold, THEY FIXED IT! Who would have thought?

  3. wall says:

    Just got an email from Ticketmaster… LOTS of Hawks tix for sale… game 5… face value!!! WHO ARE YOU GUYS CRAPPIN!!!!!!!

  4. Phil says:

    I’m going regardless. Fair weather guys in it for the money don’t give a damn anyway. People go to games regular season and sell all playoff seats to make the money back to buy reg season. Common practice. It’s what happens when you have a successful team.

    They don’t get it that the playoffs are the real deal.

    Lets Go Hawks!

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