Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Columbus Blue Jackets Were The Least Efficient Of The 30 Teams With Just 1.06 points Per $1 Million Spent

From the Calgary Herald:
"The Stanley Cup playoffs begin this week to sort out the league's best team, but according to a Bank of Montreal report released Tuesday, the Nashville Predators are the "Hockey Cents" champions of 2011-12.

The Predators were tops for being able to earn 2.02 points for every $1 million (all figures in U.S. dollars) in player salaries applicable to the league's salary cap.

The last-place but highly paid Columbus Blue Jackets were the least efficient of the 30 teams with just 1.06 points per $1 million spent."
The next closest was the Edmonton Oilers at 1.22 points per $1 million spent.

You can find the enitre list here.

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