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Predators Expect to Qualify for Revenue Sharing

From John Glennon at The Tennessean,

The Predators will reach the paid attendance average necessary to qualify for the National Hockey League’s full revenue-sharing plan this year, team officials said Monday.

That means the Predators will receive in the neighborhood of $12 million, money that will help them re-sign their own players and free agents as well.

continued… *the NHL minimum paid attendance average for revenue sharing is 13,125; the Predators have averaged 13,145 through this season’s home games, with just 5 remaining

Update 8:56pm ET: More from David Naylor in Tuesday’s Globe & Mail.

Filed in: NHL Teams, Nashville Predators, | KK Hockey | Permalink
  Tags: attendance, cba, collective+bargaining+agreement, revenue+sharing

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