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Rangers no longer NHL’s Most Valuable Team for first time in decade

Another team has overtaken the New York Rangers as the NHL's most valuable team for the first time since 2014, according to Forbes.

The Toronto Maple Leafs are now the most valuable team in the NHL, overtaking the Rangers for the first time since 2014.

Forbes values the Leafs at US$ 2.8 Billion, $150 million more than the Rangers (2.65 Billion), who held the top spot for eight straight years.

The Montreal Canadiens are third on the list, with an evaluation of $2.3 Billion.

The Los Angeles Kings, meanwhile, surpassed the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks to claim the fourth spot in the ranking with a value of $2 billion.

The Arizona Coyotes sit 32nd on the Forbes valuation list with an estimated value of $500 Million.

The average team evaluation surpassed $1 Billion for the first time ever.



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