It’s probably not the best time to talk about the NHL and money, but ignoring the latest report won’t lift the lockout.

According to Forbes, the most-valuable NHL franchise, the Toronto Maple Leafs, are the first NHL team worth $1 billion, while the Boston Bruins ($348 million) are the fifth-most valuable NHL franchise.

The New York Rangers ($750 million) are second-most valuable, followed by the legendary Montreal Canadiens, who are worth $575 million. The Blackhawks are fourth at $350 million.

As for the other end of the list, the least valuable of the 30 teams are the St. Louis Blues at $130 million and the Phoenix Coyotes at $134 million. As for your reigning Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings? They’re worth $276 million, putting them 10th overall.

The Bruins are up 7 percent from last year and have an operating income of $14.2 million, according to the report.

The Leafs, who have not won a Stanley Cup since 1967, are worth $250 million more than the second-ranked Rangers.

Check out the full list below (in millions):
1. Toronto Maple Leafs $1,000

2. New York Rangers $750

3. Montreal Canadiens $575

4. Chicago Blackhawks $350

5. Boston Bruins $348

6. Detroit Red Wings $346

7. Vancouver Canucks $342

8. Philadelphia Flyers $336

9. Pittsburgh Penguins $288

10. Los Angeles Kings $276

11. Washington Capitals $250

12. Calgary Flames $245

13. Dallas Stars $240

14. Edmonton Oilers $225

15. San Jose Sharks $223

16. Ottawa Senators $220

17. Minnesota Wild $218

18. Colorado Avalanche $210

19. New Jersey Devils $205

20. Winnipeg Jets $200

21. Anaheim Ducks $192

22. Buffalo Sabres $175

23. Tampa Bay Lightning $174

24. Florida Panthers $170

25. Nashville Predators $167

26. Carolina Hurricanes $162

27. New York Islanders $155

28. Columbus Blue Jackets $145

29. Phoenix Coyotes $134

30. St Louis Blues $130