NEWARK, N.J. – The Sabres are still king of NHL television, although 5 percent fewer people are watching.
SportsBusiness Journal released TV ratings for 21 U.S. teams Monday, and Buffalo was the No. 1 market for the second straight year. The Sabres are getting an average rating of 6.43, according to the report. Pittsburgh is second at 5.56.
SportsBusiness Journal reported the Sabres’ ratings are down 5 percent from last season.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are the biggest risers, gaining 110 percent viewership to average a 1.97 rating. Anaheim is last with a 0.21 rating, though Carolina and Nashville did not supply numbers.