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Once again, topping the list of most valuable franchise in the National Hockey League is the Toronto Maple Leafs, according to yesterday’s valuation by Forbes magazine. The Leafs have topped the list for several years straight now. The Blue &…Read more →The post Forbes ranks the Toronto Maple Leafs the NHL’s most valuable franchise appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
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The National Hockey League announced a 12-year, $5.232 billion (Canadian) agreement with Rogers Communications for broadcast and multimedia rights. The agreement is the largest media rights deal in NHL history, and begins with the 2014-15 season and runs through the 2025-26 season. “Our fans always want to explore deeper and more emotional connections to NHL hockey, and that is...
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul has a grade two groin strain and will not travel to Pittsburgh for the beginning of a three-game road trip on Wednesday.
Head coach Randy Carlyle announced the news at the Leafs' morning skate on Tuesday. Carlyle told reporters it would be a "miracle" for him to play on the weekend.
The Leafs' road trip continues Friday...
James Reimer has been outstanding in net for the Toronto Maple Leafs all season regardless of venue.
However, his play at home lately has been only a few steps from perfection.
Coming off one of the best performances of his career, Reimer seems likely to be back in net Monday night when the Maple Leafs host the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Although Toronto ranks 29th in the league in...
Joffrey Lupul is adding another injury to his 2013 year full of injuries. After his team fell 4-0 to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday night’s game in less than seven minutes in the second period, everyone feared that Lupul was injured. According to coach Randy Carlyle, Lupul suffered a groin injury but there is no word yet on how serious the injury is.
According to nbc.com Lupul...
Late in the third period of the Toronto Maple Leafs' 6-0 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets, the lone highlight for Leafs Nation came off a huge open ice hit by Dion Phaneuf on Artem Anisimov. Phaneuf was penalized for the hit, which appeared to be clean on the replay. I can't wait to hear this one mic'd up when HBO 24/7 which premieres this December!
The Maple Leafs may not be able to win on the ice but the legendary Toronto franchise crushes the competition when it comes to the almighty dollar.
Forbes announced its 2013 NHL team valuations and Toronto was valued at $1.15 billion — $300 million more than the runner-up New York Rangers. The Molson family’s Montreal Canadiens are valued at $775 million while the Aquilini family’s...
Ten former players have filed a class-action lawsuit against the NHL claiming the league has not done enough to protect players from concussions.
According to a report from the Toronto Star, former Maple Leafs Gary Leeman and Rick Vaive are among the ten players involved in the class-action lawsuit. This lawsuit comes just a few months after the NFL agreed to pay $765 million to...
Traditionally, NHL hockey clubs honour their best players in celebration of a spectacular, memorable career. But the Toronto Maple Leafs have changed all that with a break from tradition and a jump into trend setting. On November 3rd of this…Read more →The post Toronto Maple Leafs honour Bon Jovi as first member on Wall of Fame appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
Forbes released their NHL team valuations list today. The Toronto Maple Leafs are worth the most at $1.15 billion. Seven teams are valued at $500 million or more. Six teams are valued at $200 million or less. The average NHL team value is $413 million.
Current Value ($mil)
Toronto Maple Leafs
New York Rangers