Local TV Ratings Cavalcade: 15 Teams Up Half-Way Through

Thanks to SportsBusinessJournal for all this info, after the jump is the NHL’s local TV ratings “power rankings” of the 22 teams that were measured for the report.  Most of the teams are doing pretty well as far as ratings go, but we’ll rank the teams not by their %change up and down, but just by the numbers as far as ratings go.  Remember that market sizes differ, so an 8.7 in Buffalo might be equal to a 1.0 in New York.

1. Buffalo – 8.87 (Up 3.7%)
2. Pittsburgh – 6.14 (Up 22.1%)
3. Detroit –  3.7 (Down 21.8%)
T4. Minnesota – 2.22 (Down 12.9%)
T4. Philadelphia – 2.22 (Up 1.4%)
6. Boston – 2.16 (Up 53.2%) 
7. Colorado – 1.65 (Up 21.3%)
8. Columbus – 1.43 (Up 40.2%)
9. St. Louis – 1.32 (Down 42.9%)
10. San Jose – 1.25 (Up 42%)
11. Washington – 1.2 (Up 140%)
12. Chicago – 1.07 (Up 72.6%)
12. New York Rangers – 1.03 (Down 3.7%)
13. Dallas – 0.52 (Up 18.2%)
14. Phoenix – 0.5 (Up 100%)
15. Tampa Bay – 0.49 (Down 21%)
T16. New Jersey – 0.38 (Up 15.2%)
T16. Los Angeles – 0.38 (Up 26.7%)
18. Anaheim – 0.29 (Up 11.5%)
19. Atlanta – 0.23 (Up 21.1%) 
20.  NY Islanders – 0.17 (Down 37%)
21. Florida – 0.15 (Down 16.7%)

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