Source: Ottawa Citizen
Hockey fans of North America, put your hand up if you actually care about the definition of hockey-related revenue.
Can you imagine a fierce debate between a Penguins and Flyers fan about this issue?
"I'm telling you, temporary signage inside the Consol Energy Center should count as hockey-related revenue on a night when the building is hosting a concert."
"Man, you Penguins fans are idiots. Only fixed signage pertaining to the club should count as a legitimate stream of HRR. And by the way, Max Talbot says hi."
That argument would never happen, because as passionate as hockey fans are, they don't care how the revenue pie is distributed and they certainly don't care what constitutes that pie in the first place.
The whole thing is about as exciting as a Predators-Coyotes game in the middle of November.
So as the league and the NHLPA get set for another round of collective bargaining sessions this week, I thought it would be interesting to tackle some issues that could actually impact the fans and their enjoyment of the sport.
Here are five things that I think fans might like to see in the new CBA:
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