After comparing teams by player payroll dollars spent per regular-season victory.the Rangers can back as the 21st best (or worst) bang for our buck in the NHL...
21. Rangers - Payroll: $59.93 million, Projected Point: 96, Cost per Point: $624K
Rangers are paying Wade Redden $6.5M -- not included in payroll -- to play for their farm team in Hartford.
Cap Geek has the Rangers current payroll as $56.65 million making their cost per point $590K.
...great research fellas. Also how can they even mention Wade Redden when he's not on the team and , as they mention, his salary isn't included in the payroll.
im suprised espn took the time out of the day of covering the nfl 24/7 and highlighting defense-less dunks in the nba to do this. i dont care what bang for the buck we are, would you rather have a team like the predators that cost $3 dollars a ticket and cant sign a big player? i didnt think so
Good work, ESPN. Add up the salaries of Vinny Prospal, Alexander Frolov, Derek Boogaard, and Wade Redden, and conclude that our payroll is too high. I wonder what these numbers would look like if you only count people who are actually on the team.