By $18 million, if the numbers the NHL gave the NHLPA and wants to have kept confidential are to believed. The NHLPA acknowledges in their proposal for revenue sharing that an 18 million dollar gap in revenues would exist between Team #1 and Team #2. Although they don't tell us who either team is, they do tell us that the team with the greatest revenue pays the most revenue sharing. A review of the teams reveals that Toronto would share the most revenue. This isn't consistent with Forbes at all, unless Forbes is equating massive dollars to a TV contract that the Rangers are keeping off the books-Forbes has the Leafs a million behind the Rangers in revenue. The Forbest list includes playoff dollars as well, I believe, which should have increased the league's gap. Unless you think that the NHL is lying about revenues in confidential information given to the players-and I for one have a hard time believing that, there are labour laws in place to punish employers for doing so-the Leafs have a lot more money than was previously thought.