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Table 1 Revenue and playoff success for teams in the NHL

From: NHL expansion and fan allegiance: a mathematical modelling study

Financial and on-ice success of NHL teams
Team Revenuea Playoff appearancesb Playoffwinsc Stanley cup winsd
Anaheim ducks 107 21 13 1
Arizona coyotes 80 6 2 0
Boston bruins 164 19 10 1
Buffalo sabres 103 10 5 0
Calgary flames 122 10 4 0
Carolina hurricanes 91 12 9 1
Chicago blackhawks 172 22 16 3
Colorado avalanche 104 16 9 1
Columbus blue Jackets 86 2 0 0
Dallas stars 113 11 4 0
Detroit red wings 134 29 17 2
Edmonton oilers 119 6 3 0
Florida panthers 83 2 0 0
Los Angeles kings 146 16 11 2
Minnesota wild 111 10 4 0
Montreal canadiens 187 18 8 0
Nashville predators 98 10 2 0
New Jersey devils 111 21 12 1
New York islanders 83 6 0 0
New York rangers 217 19 10 0
Ottawa senators 117 18 8 0
Philadelphia flyers 136 21 10 0
Pittsburgh penguins 141 22 13 1
St. Louis blues 98 13 4 0
San Jose sharks 117 23 11 0
Tampa Bay lightning 97 16 10 1
Toronto maple leafs 190 9 4 0
Vancouver canucks 154 18 7 0
Washington capitals 117 13 4 0
Winnipeg jetse 102 1 0 0
Mean 123.00 14.03 7.00 0.47
  1. Notes: ain millions of USD, for the 2013–2014 season [24]; bPlayoff series appeared in, 2001–2015 [14]; cPlayoff series won, 2001–2015 [14]; dStanley Cups won, 2001–2015 [14]; cSuccess values given for the Winnipeg Jets are calculated only from results obtained since the franchise moved to Winnipeg for the 2011-12 season