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11-30-2003, 12:25 PM
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Team Payrolls

Anyone know any site that lists all NHL team payrolls? I know I've seen a link here before, but I've been looking for a while and can't seem to find anything.

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nhlpa has the salaries.

I can type out all the salaries from THN...

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nhlpa has the salaries.

I can type out all the salaries from THN...
Better start typing!

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1. Detroit Red Wings- $78,834,109
2. New York Rangers- $77,018,715 (you can minus 10 mill. of Bure)
3. Dallas Stars- $69,360,838
4. Philadelphia Flyers- $65,147,747
5. Toronto Maple Leafs- $61,758,140
6. Colorado Avalanche- $61,517,458
7. St. Louis Blues- $61,180,000
8. Anaheim Mighty Ducks- $54,371,750
9. Los Angeles Kings- $50,498,800
10. Washington Capitals- $50,491,500
11. New Jersey Devils- $48,082,898
12. Boston Bruins- $45,750,000
13. Montreal Canadiens- $42,662,000
14. New York Islanders- $42,180,500
15. Vancouver Canucks- $39,699,500
16. Ottawa Senators- $39,625,000
17. Phoenix Coyotes- $37,847,500
18. Carolina Hurricanes- $37,836,238
19. Calgary Flames- $35,247,950
20. San Jose Sharks- $34,825,000
21. Tampa Bay Lightning- $33,535,379
22. Buffalo Sabres- $32,954,250
23. Edmonton Oilers- $32,775,000
24. Columbus Blue Jackets- $32,085,000
25. Minnesota Wild- $29,845,500
26. Chicago Blackhawks- $29,807,502
27. Atlanta Thrashers- $27,222,500
28. Florida Panthers- $26,429,750
29. Nashville Predators- $23,572,500
30. Pittsburgh Penguins- $22,257,000 or 23,510,000 if you want to be technical .

Note: I did these as updated as possible and took into account the roster moves recently made by adding and subtracting salaries to totals taken as of October 28, 2003.
Note2: These payrolls consist of players' annual earnings added together on their respected clubs. They are not made by adding the players earnings on seperate clubs, if they have been moved, by giving each side the necessary amount of salary. Eg. Martin Straka made just over a million in Pittsburgh before moving to LA to get the other 3 million or so there. Straka's full 4.35 million dollar salary was added to the Kings' payroll and subtracted from the Penguins payroll. Look at it as an annual earning for the players on their clubs.


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11-30-2003, 06:03 PM
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holy christ...Nashville's payroll = pretty productive this year, 25 points in 23 games.

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11-30-2003, 07:38 PM
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Is Minnesota's payroll really $29 million? I saw an interview with Doug Risebrough in August...he said they were shooting for $22 million.

Also, add the $3.5 million or so Straka is going to earn to LA's $46 million.

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11-30-2003, 07:51 PM
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Those numbers have to be before the Straka deal, that number is higher than I thought for the Penguins with him...

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Those numbers have to be before the Straka deal, that number is higher than I thought for the Penguins with him...
They are. I'll do that.

Minnesota was in the 26 million range till they resigned Gaborik and Dupuis.

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They are. I'll do that.

Minnesota was in the 26 million range till they resigned Gaborik and Dupuis.
Ok completely updated now. Pens beat the Preds for lowest payroll. Minny also added Weimer to the payroll, Reign.

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Ok completely updated now. Pens beat the Preds for lowest payroll. Minny also added Weimer to the payroll, Reign.
Thanks, interesting stuff.

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Thanks, interesting stuff.
Sopelfan, I think the Pens payroll might be a shade low. They didn't lose all of Straka's 4.3 mil, they still keep roughly 50/180 or 28.33%. I came to this conclusion since they have paid him for 50 days of service. Since it's a 180 day work year for the players, 50/180 garners the respective percentage. That would make their payroll 1.23 million more than it is on your list. The Penguins lose 3.1 million off their 26,605,000 total and that would give them 23.51 roughly.

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Sopelfan, I think the Pens payroll might be a shade low. They didn't lose all of Straka's 4.3 mil, they still keep roughly 50/180 or 28.33%. I came to this conclusion since they have paid him for 50 days of service. Since it's a 180 day work year for the players, 50/180 garners the respective percentage. That would make their payroll 1.23 million more than it is on your list. The Penguins lose 3.1 million off their 26,605,000 total and that would give them 23.51 roughly.
Thanks Smokey, I never thought of that. I guess I just meant that was the amount of all their players' salaries combined. It'd also make it a lot harder, and I would have to change and calculate a lot of the payrolls differently.

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Thanks Smokey, I never thought of that. I guess I just meant that was the amount of all their players' salaries combined.
It's no biggie, just a technicality. It does depend on your definition of payroll. As someone with a bit of an accounting background, I see it as the projected amount of money you spend on players over the course of the season. That would be my estimate. Now, your way is just as good as mine. And it's a helluva lot of work for you to prorate contracts and the like.

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It's no biggie, just a technicality. It does depend on your definition of payroll. As someone with a bit of an accounting background, I see it as the projected amount of money you spend on players over the course of the season. That would be my estimate. Now, your way is just as good as mine. And it's a helluva lot of work for you to prorate contracts and the like.
I'll just add the players' salaries together and make note of it on the bottom of the page.

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I'll just add the players' salaries together and make note of it on the bottom of the page.

The only problem with that is the source you are using does it my way. Nashville added Neckar at 600,000 a year. But we were only given credit for 71% of that total. Using your system, Nashville's total needs to be 23,775,500 instead of 23,572,500. Nitpicking...

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The only problem with that is the source you are using does it my way. Nashville added Neckar at 600,000 a year. But we were only given credit for 71% of that total. Using your system, Nashville's total needs to be 23,775,500 instead of 23,572,500. Nitpicking...
My source was THN and I believe they took the salaries from the beginning of the year, and I added player's annual wages to the different teams they were added to during the season. Either way, it's close enough :p.

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My source was THN and I believe they took the salaries from the beginning of the year, and I added player's annual wages to the different teams they were added to during the season. Either way, it's close enough :p.
Was your Nashville total given to you or did you figure it out? If it was given to you, then they are using my system because as of 4 weeks into the season, Nashville's payroll was around 23.1 million.

BTW, I'm getting my numbers from ESPN's Week 4 Power Rankings .

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Was your Nashville total given to you or did you figure it out? If it was given to you, then they are using my system because as of 4 weeks into the season, Nashville's payroll was around 23.1 million.
I took the payroll from THN and added Stevenson's 400 k.

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I took the payroll from THN and added Stevenson's 400 k.
Ahh, nevermind then. That inflated total through me off. Nashville's payroll should be 23,172,500 after Stevenson if ESPN has any credibility. Of course, that is asking a lot.

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Ahh, nevermind then. That inflated total through me off. Nashville's payroll should be 23,172,500 after Stevenson if ESPN has any credibility. Of course, that is asking a lot.
I dunno. Sorry for the confusion.

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got the wings wrong too

http://www.allsports.com/nhl/redwing.../orgchart.html

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Do it yourself then. I did it right out of THN.

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Trim another 5M$ off of the Pens payroll as Mario took a paycut.

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THN has Hasek making 8M. The site you list has him at 6M. That pretty much accounts for the difference. Guess THN didn't get the word about the Hasek pay cut. What is the straight scoop on that? Did he take a 2M paycut or did he just delay 2M of his salary so it still needs to be paid at a later date?

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THN has Hasek making 8M. The site you list has him at 6M. That pretty much accounts for the difference. Guess THN didn't get the word about the Hasek pay cut. What is the straight scoop on that? Did he take a 2M paycut or did he just delay 2M of his salary so it still needs to be paid at a later date?
word is he agreed to drop 2 mil for a NTC... it's been said he has and hasn't gotten it, depending where u read, RWC had him at 8 at the beginning of the season, then when the talk bout dropping 2 mil came around it was changed

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