I've been following the salary arbitration issue featuring Shea Weber. It appears the Preds may lose him. (just speculating here) This brings the question: Do the Predators suffer from lack of revenues? I'm not advocating that they should move, since I believe Nashville is still a great hockey market. Its just that Predators don't have enough revenues to compete with the rest of the NHL and with this problem they can't keep their elite players like Weber, and Rinne, etc. What are the reasons why Predators can't generate enough revenues to compete in the NHL? And this probably why they have a self imposed salary cap. What is it: Is it the market? or the arena? or lack of corporate support?