Current Payroll

NJ_Devil_Boy
10-10-2003, 08:03 PM
Sean Brown $500,000
Scott Stevens $6,916,747
Colin White $2,250,000
Paul Martin $1,000,000 :eek:
Igor Larionov $1,500,000
Erik Rasmussen $600,000
John Madden $2,000,000
Jeff Friesen $3,000,000
Brian Gionta $650,000
Jamie Langenbrunner $2,077,799
Michael Rupp $450,000
Christian Berglund $725,000
Sergei Brylin $1,550,000
Jay Pandolfo $800,000
Scott Gomez $1,000,000
Turner Stevenson $1,350,000
David Hale $950,000 :eek:
Patrik Elias $4,722,249
Scott Niedermayer $4,000,000
Brian Rafalski $3,000,000
Grant Marshall $1,600,000
Martin Brodeur $6,891,103
Corey Schwab $550,000

Total 03/04 = $48,082,898

ZadorovNJD*
10-10-2003, 08:25 PM
Yikes, no wonder they aren't in Albany.

Missionhockey
10-10-2003, 08:32 PM
So this is where all that revenue from the playoffs is going? I think they could have signed for much cheaper than that, and if anything Hale should be making more than Martin.

ZadorovNJD*
10-10-2003, 08:47 PM
Doesn't Ahonen also have a pretty big contract for a prospect?


And looking through this list Gomez seems grossly underpaid...most notably Marshall and Stevenson making more and the rookie d-men making the same amount.

NJ_Devil_Boy
10-10-2003, 09:33 PM
Doesn't Ahonen also have a pretty big contract for a prospect?



The nhlpa.com doesn't have Ahonen's salary, but he made $800,000 last year.

MattNJD
10-10-2003, 09:40 PM
Yikes, no wonder they aren't in Albany.

Yea, but I'm sure they are one two-way contracts. If they go down to Albany they probley only make like 100K-300K. No way Lou would have signed two rookie D-men both to one way NHL contracts.

Tao Jones
10-10-2003, 11:23 PM
Any info on bonus incentives?

JimEIV
10-11-2003, 06:31 AM
If I were Brian Gionta $650,000, Michael Rupp $450,000, Christian Berglund $725,000, Sergei Brylin $1,550,000, Jay Pandolfo $800,000
or ESPECIALLY Scott Gomez $1,000,000

I'd be P.O.ed

DevilFisch
10-11-2003, 06:47 AM
If I were Brian Gionta $650,000, Michael Rupp $450,000, Christian Berglund $725,000, Sergei Brylin $1,550,000, Jay Pandolfo $800,000
or ESPECIALLY Scott Gomez $1,000,000

I'd be P.O.ed

I don't know, didn't they sign to those salaries years in advance? Plus, consider the value of multiple Cup rings for Pandolfo, Gomez, and Brylin. If I were them, I'd rather be paid less and win Cups than get paid more and not win Cups.

Unthinkable
10-11-2003, 07:35 AM
TBG,

In answer to your question in another thread, why do people continue to bring up trade rumors with Scott Gomez(?) your answer lies above.

Gomez is such a thrifty bargain before the new CBA gets drawn up that any GM in his right mind would want him and probably be interested in eating a good bit of the salary of a high profile goal scorer coming back to NJ in return for the repeated savings he'd get today, tomorrow, and the years to follow. His marketability has probably never been higher then it is right now all things considered.

ratsgirl
10-11-2003, 07:53 AM
their compensation should be inclusive of signing bonuses, so it makes sense that the numbers are so high (i seem to recall that their signing bonuses were in the 7-800K range?)

http://letsgopens.com/nhl_cba.php?id=9

(a) Any and all components of Compensation paid, granted or
provided to a Group I Player during the term of his Player
Contract, shall be included in Compensation for the League Year
in which it is contractually required to be paid, granted or
provided, or in the case of annuities, insurance policies and the
like in the League Year which they cover or in which they are
otherwise payable, or when the Player first has the right to
require such payment, grant or provision, or at the first date at
which the Club has the option of making, granting or paying such
Compensation, whichever occurs first, in accordance with the
terms of the Player Contract and any underlying documentation.