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They will play the next three seasons in the new 5,000-seat Mullett Arena on Arizona State University’s campus while simultaneously negotiating the terms of a $1.7 billion arena and entertainment complex with the city of Tempe.
The college-sized arena isn’t scaring away fans. Each of this season’s 41 home games are expected to be sold out, with tickets at the average NHL price of $165, Coyotes president Xavier Gutierrez told Sportico in a recent interview. That’s a 50% increase in ticket plan revenue from this point last season, when the Coyotes were playing at the former Gila River Arena across the Valley in Glendale, Ariz.   

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The league’s cap, which will hit a record $82.5 million in the 2022-23 season, could rise by around $10 million over the next three years, sources told SportsNet. Teams have reportedly been given guidance on the cap’s future.

‘We never talked about it’: Sexual abuse and a Canadian residential school hockey team (Athletic, The) Doug Happyjack carves out time each day for a two-hour walk that begins from his home in Waswanipi, a Quebec community built in the 1980s. The thickset, 57-year-old tradesman walks down streets named after trees and past stop signs — ARRET and STOP run in smaller lettering than the Cree command of ᒋᐃᐦ. Up on Birch Street, with a view of the prefab bungalows down the hill, Doug sees sixth- and seventh-graders, the Cree Nation Bears select U13s, lugging their hockey bags into All Chiefs Memorial Arena. Then he crosses Highway 113, where logging trucks rumble down to Montreal nine hours away. And finally, he reaches the river, where he used to watch other kids play hockey when it was frozen over back in his teenage years. “I never joined in the games, never played here at all really,” he says.

Report: NHL Salary Cap Projected To Make $4 Million Jump For 2024-25 Season (Forbes SportsMoney) The NHL’s ‘flat cap’ could soon become a thing of the past.
Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman and Rory Boylen reported Tuesday that multiple sources shared guidance that NHL teams have received from the league about salary-cap projections over the next four seasons.

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