It’s not uncommon for a NHL team to have a big pay-tv deal with the NHL Network and ESPN in a few years.
But in this case, the New York Rangers are looking at an average of $20.5 million per season, with Fox Farm getting a 10 percent share of that.
That means the Rangers could be getting a lot of money for that 10 percent.
In the past, the NHL has had a number of deals with the networks and pay-television companies, including one with Fox that gave the Rangers a 20 percent share in 2019-20, but that deal was canceled when Fox went bankrupt.
The NHLPA has said that it plans to renegotiate the contract in 2019 and that the Rangers have offered to do so, but the teams haven’t said they’re ready to go to the table.
If the NHL does go to negotiate, it could mean that the NHL would lose a lot more money for Fox Farm than the Rangers are paying right now.
The Rangers have a lot in common with the Rangers of the late ’90s and early ’00s, when they had a huge television deal with Fox.
The two teams had their own games, but also shared a building and a hotel.
The deal also gave the teams the opportunity to broadcast their games to fans in New York and Las Vegas.