The New York Rangers and Arizona Coyotes are at opposite ends of hockey's financial spectrum.
This according to Forbes Magazine, which released its rankings of the most valuable NHL teams on Tuesday.
The Blueshirts ranked first with a valuation of $1.5 billion, with the Toronto Maple Leafs ($1.4 billion), Montreal Canadiens ($1.25 billion), and Chicago Blackhawks ($1 billion) also reaching the 10-digit plateau.
At the bottom of the list sits Arizona ($300 million), the Florida Panthers ($305 million), the Columbus Blue Jackets ($315 million), the Buffalo Sabres ($350 million) and the Carolina Hurricanes ($370 million).
The full list can be seen here.