Team Salaries

Last modified: April 21, 2018 at 1:23 am
Team Team Stats Team Forwards Defense Goalies
Name Cap Hit Bonus Cushion LTIR Replacement Cap Space Players Signed Avg Age Cap Hit Cap % Cap Hit Cap % Cap Hit Cap %
Toronto Maple Leafs TOR $79,227,460 $5,558,064 $10,550,000 $11,880,604 28 27 $49,682,793 62.7% $20,481,648 25.9% $5,850,000 7.4%
Vancouver Canucks VAN $76,303,217 $1,939,918 $2,351,070 $2,987,771 32 27 $45,882,847 60.1% $21,294,292 27.9% $6,166,670 8.1%
Chicago Blackhawks CHI $75,979,586 $1,602,000 $5,275,000 $5,897,414 26 28 $43,084,897 56.7% $19,699,482 25.9% $7,148,925 9.4%
Washington Capitals WAS $75,882,011 $540,120 $1,345,430 $1,003,539 24 27 $44,848,249 59.1% $22,124,757 29.2% $7,600,000 10.0%
Pittsburgh Penguins PIT $75,651,376 $454,999 $0 $-196,377 24 27 $43,098,589 57.0% $24,403,843 32.3% $3,931,452 5.2%
St Louis Blues STL $75,488,858 $964,958 $1,159,140 $1,635,240 27 27 $38,020,097 50.4% $24,109,556 31.9% $5,624,194 7.5%
Philadelphia Flyers PHI $75,389,745 $4,382,202 $0 $3,992,457 26 27 $50,791,346 67.4% $17,933,409 23.8% $5,766,128 7.7%
Buffalo Sabres BUF $75,297,145 $5,625,000 $0 $5,327,855 30 26 $33,610,653 44.6% $25,587,055 34.0% $6,652,420 8.8%
Detroit Red Wings DET $75,111,786 $791,558 $5,204,010 $5,883,782 23 29 $36,134,835 48.1% $25,229,170 33.6% $5,449,735 7.3%
New York Islanders NYI $75,042,064 $1,420,966 $0 $1,378,902 27 27 $42,114,247 56.1% $22,167,765 29.5% $7,833,330 10.4%
Tampa Bay Lightning TBL $74,544,485 $2,149,689 $0 $2,605,204 26 27 $41,360,868 55.5% $25,417,689 34.1% $4,524,999 6.1%
Boston Bruins BOS $74,369,734 $1,314,863 $1,138,440 $3,083,569 26 28 $40,731,008 54.8% $17,780,588 23.9% $8,200,000 11.0%
Winnipeg Jets WPG $74,096,739 $5,625,000 $0 $6,528,261 27 26 $36,144,988 48.8% $30,425,960 41.1% $6,349,999 8.6%
Minnesota Wild MIN $73,740,939 $1,086,798 $2,396,530 $4,742,389 23 28 $45,307,484 61.4% $21,043,839 28.5% $4,983,330 6.8%
Dallas Stars DAL $73,739,599 $592,928 $0 $1,853,329 24 27 $43,840,323 59.5% $18,071,022 24.5% $10,935,487 14.8%
New York Rangers NYR $73,442,881 $3,581,004 $0 $5,138,123 24 27 $27,767,181 37.8% $15,539,338 21.2% $9,800,000 13.3%
Anaheim Ducks ANA $73,355,528 $1,834,675 $2,760,480 $6,239,627 27 29 $46,322,900 63.2% $18,326,721 25.0% $4,552,151 6.2%
Calgary Flames CAL $73,050,509 $2,140,172 $0 $4,089,663 27 27 $39,420,865 54.0% $25,904,246 35.5% $4,409,812 6.0%
San Jose Sharks SJS $72,653,604 $929,555 $0 $3,275,951 25 28 $42,654,171 58.7% $25,251,182 34.8% $3,625,000 5.0%
Columbus Blue Jackets CBJ $72,621,020 $3,898,198 $0 $6,277,178 28 26 $40,377,626 55.6% $20,616,871 28.4% $8,252,419 11.4%
New Jersey Devils NJD $72,526,023 $5,625,000 $0 $8,098,977 28 27 $40,052,342 55.2% $22,107,807 30.5% $8,119,220 11.2%
Ottawa Senators OTT $70,847,146 $1,561,017 $0 $5,713,871 26 27 $39,775,936 56.1% $13,329,991 18.8% $6,627,419 9.4%
Nashville Predators NSH $70,488,163 $746,020 $0 $5,257,857 25 27 $36,785,341 52.2% $24,162,500 34.3% $7,825,538 11.1%
Vegas Golden Knights VGK $70,124,277 $1,482,365 $0 $6,358,088 29 28 $40,070,778 57.1% $16,509,050 23.5% $6,400,000 9.1%
Los Angeles Kings LAK $69,738,273 $141,223 $0 $5,402,950 26 28 $38,274,356 54.9% $19,450,407 27.9% $5,961,358 8.6%
Edmonton Oilers EDM $68,907,865 $5,625,000 $0 $11,717,135 25 26 $36,722,842 53.3% $21,530,243 31.2% $4,703,632 6.8%
Florida Panthers FLA $68,601,012 $1,853,586 $0 $8,252,574 24 27 $37,958,054 55.3% $21,036,290 30.7% $7,933,330 11.6%
Montreal Canadiens MON $67,908,844 $463,612 $0 $7,554,768 29 26 $30,756,622 45.3% $22,105,088 32.6% $7,045,699 10.4%
Colorado Avalanche COL $65,101,951 $2,283,198 $0 $12,181,247 30 26 $35,958,401 55.2% $17,650,646 27.1% $9,331,855 14.3%
Carolina Hurricanes CAR $60,824,986 $2,821,785 $0 $16,996,799 24 26 $34,329,933 56.4% $11,943,616 19.6% $7,450,000 12.3%
Arizona Coyotes ARI $56,672,993 $3,447,738 $0 $21,774,745 28 26 $27,198,086 48.0% $22,915,707 40.4% $1,160,753 2.1%

 

NHL Team Salaries, NHL Team Salary Caps

The team salaries page breaks down each team’s financial situation based on their salary cap hit. After the 2004-05 lockout, the league implemented a hard salary cap that teams aren’t allowed to go over. A cap hit for an individual player is determined by the player’s average annual salary, which stops teams from front- or back-loading contracts. This is done in order to create a competitive balance within the league. On this page you’ll also find how teams spend money based on position and how much free cap room teams have to make additions to their roster.