Read: The Team’s Who Will Lose The Most Aren’t Being Represented

In the NY Post, Larry Brooks writes that if the season ends up being cancelled the Maple Leafs will have lost $100 in potential revenue while the Rangers would lost $50 million and Montreal a little less.

He notes have the Rangers and Canadiens aren’t represented on the negotiating committee and while Brian Burke is on the committee, the only two people with any real input on the NHL’s plan of action are Gary Bettman and Boston owner Jeremy Jacobs.

Jacobs reportedly has so much power that he told Bettman to “silence” Calgary owner Murray Edwards during the last round of talks.

Brooks writes “It is unfathomable that league owners who understand the ramifications of extending this senseless lockout have not demanded Bettman call a Board of Governors meeting for a full airing of the issues.”