How big is each All-Star team’s cap hit?

Updated: January 24, 2015 at 9:00 am by Cam Lewis

Here you go, just what you wanted — some cold hard facts regarding the NHL All-Star game. I know, you probably never would have guessed, but neither Team Foligno or Team Toews is cap compliant. Team Foligno seemed to go nuts with their spending money, as they came in with a cap hit of $118.227, while Team Toews was much more frugal, icing a team that would cost $114.785.

Team Foligno: 

Nick Foligno – $3.083

Patrick Kane – $6.300

Drew Doughty – $7.00

Ryan Johansen – $4.00

Duncan Keith – $5.551

Anze Kopitar – $6.80

Steven Stamkos – $7.50

Phil Kessel – $8.00

Carey Price – $6.50

Claude Giroux – $8.275

Dustin Byfuglien – $5.20

Marc-Andre Fleury – $5.00

Brian Elliott – $2.50

Brent Burns – $5.760

Kevin Shattenkirk – $4.25

Bobby Ryan – $5.10

Radim Vrbata – $5.00

Oliver Ekman-Larsson – $5.50

Zemgus Girgensons – $1.369

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – $6.00

TOTAL – $118.227


Team Toews:

Jonathan Toews – $6.30

Ryan Getzlaf – $8.25

Rick Nash – $7.80

Shea Weber – $7.857

Jakub Voracek – $4.250

Tyler Seguin – $5.750

Corey Crawford – $6.00

John Tavares – $5.50

Roberto Luongo – $4.533

Brent Seabrook – $5.80

Vladmir Tarasenko – $1.750

Patrice Bergeron – $6.50

Jaroslav Halak – $4.50

Aaron Ekblad – $3.775

Patrik Elias – $5.50

Ryan Suter – $7.538

Mark Giordano – $4.020

Justin Faulk – $4.833

Tyler Johnson – $3.333

Alex Ovechkin – $9.538

Filip Forsberg – $1.461

TOTAL – $114.785


Just a random fact, there were 10 Major League Baseball teams with bigger payrolls than both of these two All-Star teams at the beginning of last season. The Los Angeles Dodgers also had a bigger payroll than both All-Star team’s combined.