How to get into the NHL in 2018: The Hockey Insider
The NHL is the most successful professional sports league in the world, and with good reason.
Its growth is not in line with that of other major leagues, and its TV revenue is among the highest in the NHL.
The league’s revenue is also growing at a rate that far outpaces that of any other major American league.
But as a sport, the NHL has a long way to go.
We will continue to examine the growth in the league and examine its financial health, but the league has been hit hard by the economic downturn and the recent trade of the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins to the Dallas Stars and Anaheim Ducks.
And for some reason, its ratings and attendance figures have taken a dive.
The NHL’s ratings are down nearly 10 percent since the end of October, and the ratings for the 2017-18 season were down nearly 4 percent.
That’s a drop of almost 2 million viewers.
In the past five years, the average NHL home game drew nearly 4 million viewers, while last year’s season drew 4.2 million.
The average NHL game averaged nearly 2.6 million viewers last year.
While ratings have dropped, the number of fans has not.
For every home game the league holds, there are more than 20 home games that draw fewer than 2 million people, according to Nielsen data.
The NBA and the NFL have similar ratings numbers, with about 10 million and 5 million people watching, respectively.
The MLB, by comparison, has about 1.2 billion people watching baseball games each season, and those numbers are growing.
The NFL has about 10.5 million fans.
The ratings are similar to the NBA, but lower than what many of its teams are getting.
The Dallas Stars are averaging nearly 10 million viewers per game.
That number is almost exactly the same as the NHL average, and even better than the ratings of the 2014-15 season.
And the NHL’s average viewership this season is down about a third from the 2015-16 season, when it averaged 11.2 millions.
While the league is growing, the ratings aren’t.
Last year, the league averaged 10.1 million viewers for its home games.
This year, that number is down almost 8 million, according for Nielsen.
That is not good.
And that is the point where the league needs to make some changes.
This is not just about the ratings, and it’s not just the home games, either.
The fact that the ratings are so bad, even with the Blackhawks and Bruins coming to town this year, is not surprising, given the fact that most of the teams have been out of the playoffs since the NHL lockout ended in October.
The teams have missed the playoffs in four of the past six seasons, and are not expected to make the playoffs this season.
The Blackhawks and the Bruins are still expected to finish with the second-worst record in the League, and will need to do much better to win the Stanley Cup.
The Kings, Devils and Rangers have the highest average attendance in the country, but they are expected to struggle in 2018-19.
And while the Oilers and Rangers are expected have a lot of young talent, their attendance numbers are not good enough to be considered as top teams in the NBA.
The only thing that is likely to help the ratings is the addition of a new coach, as the New Jersey Devils are expected add a new head coach this offseason.
The Sabres will likely see their ratings rise this season, especially after the Sabres signed Mark Hunter.
The Devils are still in the middle of the pack in attendance, and they have not been in the playoffs for the past three seasons.
But if the Devils are going to compete in the postseason this year and have an elite team, they will need a new voice to bring in some younger players.
And as long as the Sabres are in the playoff hunt, there is no reason to think the league should turn away from them.
The Bruins are the only team in the Western Conference that is expected to increase its average attendance, though the average attendance is down 6 percent from last year, according Nielsen.
And, of course, the Penguins are the other team in their division.
While there are no other teams that will make the postseason, the fact the Penguins will be the only one to compete with the Rangers and Kings is good news.
But the league must find a way to keep its fans happy, and that means more quality home games and the addition, perhaps, of a coach.
That could include bringing in an analyst to provide analysis to the game on TV, rather than having analysts like Barry Trotz or Mike Johnston.
The more quality games the league can provide, the better.
There is also an issue with the league’s attendance.
While attendance is up, the numbers for the average home game are down.
And with the team not winning the Stanley War Memorial Cup, attendance is not as high as it could be.
This season’s average attendance has been