We’re not sure about you, but we’re curious which player in the NHL has the biggest brand exposure.
A new report by marketing firm Marketing Intelligence shows that all 30 NHL teams have some sort of sponsor on their jerseys.
It could be a brand name, or it could be an ad campaign, or the jersey itself.
The report says the average NHL jersey is worth $1.3 million.
That’s a lot of money.
And even though it’s not a huge sum, it’s still a pretty big chunk of change for the teams that own the rights to the NHL’s most popular product.
The NHL’s jerseys are sold at $1,500 each for a maximum retail value of $5 million, according to a report from Sports Business Daily.
That money comes out of the pockets of teams, and teams are allowed to make as much money as they want with their jerseys, as long as they do not break the law or breach the league’s contract.
That means that, as the report says, teams are free to spend whatever money they want on ads that promote the team.
The average NHL team has 11,000 fans and sponsorships total, which is more than the NHL had in 2014, according the report.
So far this season, the league has sold a total of 6,000 jerseys, making it the most expensive in the league, and that’s not including a $400,000 contract the Chicago Blackhawks signed with Levi Strauss & Schulte to run the jersey line for the 2017-18 season.