Despite missing the playoffs the past two seasons and currently being out of the playoff picture this season, the Chicago Blackhawks’ value continues to rise.
According to Forbes, the Blackhawks are the NHL’s fourth-most valuable franchise at $1.085 billion, which is a 3 percent increase from last year’s $1.05 billion. Only the New York Rangers ($1.65 billion), Toronto Maple Leafs ($1.5 billion) and Montreal Canadiens ($1.34 billion) are valued higher than Chicago.
- 4th — Blackhawks ($1.085B in 2019, $1.05B in 2018), same
- 12th — Dallas Stars ($600 million in 2019, $525M in 2018), up two spots
- 17th — St. Louis Blues ($530M in 2019, $465M in 2018), same
- 19th — Minnesota Wild ($510M in 2019, $490M in 2018), down three spots
- 22nd — Colorado Avalanche ($475M in 2019, $430M in 2018), up two spots
- 24th — Nashville Predators ($460M in 2019, $425M in 2018), up one spot
- 27th — Winnipeg Jets ($420M in 2019, $415M in 2018), same