Canucks Worth $700 million, 4th in the NHL

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The annual Forbes Most Valuable Hockey Teams list is out and once again, the Toronto Maple Leafs led the league with a value of $1.15 billion. The Vancouver Canucks are now valued at $700 million, making them the 4th most valuable team in the NHL. 

Here is a breakdown of the Canucks valuation:

Vancouver Canucks Valuation

The Canucks year over year change in value was 105 per cent – the highest in the league. They are also the only team in the Top Ten to not win a Stanley Cup.

NHL Team Valuations 2013

  1. Toronto Maple Leafs, $1.15 billion
  2. New York Rangers, $850 million
  3. Montreal Canadiens, $775 million
  4. Vancouver Canucks, $700 million
  5. Chicago Blackhawks, $625 million
  6. Boston Bruins, $600 million
  7.  Philadelphia Flyers, $500 million
  8. Pittsburgh Penguins, $480 million
  9. Detroit Red Wings, $470 million
  10. Los Angeles Kings, $450 million
  11. Calgary Flames, $420  million
  12. Washington Capitals, $414 million
  13. San Jose Sharks, $405 million
  14. Edmonton Oilers $ 400 million
  15. Ottawa Senators, $380 million
  16. Winnipeg Jets, $340 million
  17. Colorado Avalanche, $337 million
  18. Dallas Stars, $333  million
  19. Minnesota Wild, $330 million
  20. New Jersey Devils, $320 million
  21. Anaheim Ducks, $300 million
  22. Buffalo Sabres, $250 million
  23. Florida Panthers, $240 million
  24. Nashville Predators, $205 million
  25. Phoenix Coyotes, $200 million
  26. New York Islanders, $195 million
  27. Carolina Hurricanes, $187 million
  28. St Louis Blues, $185 million
  29. Tampa Bay Lightning, $180 million
  30. Columbus Blue Jacket,s $175 million

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