Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017|10:54 a.m.
New York City– The New York City Rangers are worth an NHL-high $1.5 billion as group worths continue to increase, inning accordance with the current quote by Forbes.
In its annual list of franchise appraisals, Forbes says the average NHL team is now worth $594 million, up 15 percent from a year back. It begins the heels of Costs Foley’s group paying $500 million for the expansion Vegas Golden Knights, who can be found in 14th among 31 groups.
The Rangers lead the NHL for the third successive year. After the Rangers, the Toronto Maple Leafs are 2nd at $1.4 billion, the Montreal Canadiens 3rd at $1.25 billion and the Chicago Blackhawks fourth at $1 billion.
The back-to-back Stanley Cup-champion Pittsburgh Penguins can be found in 10th at $650 million. The Arizona Coyotes are last at $300 million.