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NHL Fortune: $2,025,500

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Randy Carlyle’s net worth / earnings / salary history. He made US$2,025,500 (US$4,657,208 in today's dollars), ranking #2239 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

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Season   Salary
(US$)
In today's
US$
NHL
Rank
+/-
(US$)
+/-
(%)
1981-82 $280,000 $787,635
On July 15, 1981, signed a one-way contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins for 3 years plus 1 option year: $200,000 + $225,000 + $250,000 + $275,000. Included signing bonus of $65,000 ($40k payable in 1981-82 and $24k payable in 1982-83). Bonuses for each year included: $20,000 for 15 goals or 60 points; additional $20,000 for 20 goals or 70 points; $10,000 for +15 or better if he played a minimum of 40 games; $5,000 per round won in the playoffs; $20,000 if he was selected on the first NHL All-Star game; match of any NHL bonus received for a league award. In 1981-82, earned $200,000 base salary + $40,000 signing bonus + $40,000 after getting 75 points. The team lost in the 1st round of the playoffs so he did not get the playoff bonus. He did not get any NHL award or make the 1st NHL All-Star Team.
Source: Copy of NHL contract
1982-83 $270,000 $715,430
Bonuses for the season included: $20,000 for 15 goals or 60 points; additional $20,000 for 20 goals or 70 points; $10,000 for +15 or better if he played a minimum of 40 games; $5,000 per round won in the playoffs; $20,000 if he was selected on the first NHL All-Star game; match of any NHL bonus received for a league award. Earned $225,000 base salary + $25,000 signing bonus + $20,000 for scoring 15 goals. The team did not make the playoffs so he did not get the playoff bonus. He did not get any NHL award or make the 1st NHL All-Star Team.
Source: Copy of NHL contract
1983-84 $250,000 $641,817
Bonuses for the season included: $20,000 for 15 goals or 60 points; additional $20,000 for 20 goals or 70 points; $10,000 for +15 or better if he played a minimum of 40 games; $5,000 per round won in the playoffs; $20,000 if he was selected on the first NHL All-Star game; match of any NHL bonus received for a league award. Earned $250,000 base salary. The team lost in the 1st round of the playoffs so he did not get the playoff bonus. He did not get any NHL award or make the 1st NHL All-Star Team.
Source: Copy of NHL contract
1984-85 $290,000 $713,696
Bonuses for the season included: $20,000 for 15 goals or 60 points; additional $20,000 for 20 goals or 70 points; $10,000 for +15 or better if he played a minimum of 40 games; $5,000 per round won in the playoffs; $20,000 if he was selected on the first NHL All-Star game; match of any NHL bonus received for a league award. Earned $275,000 base salary + $10,000 for getting +23 + $5,000 for winning the first round of the playoffs. He did not get any NHL award or make the 1st NHL All-Star Team.
Source: Copy of NHL contract
1989-90 $211,250 $435,618 159
Contract in Canadian currency: $250,000.
Source: Canadian Press
1990-91 $214,250 $419,156 223 $3,000 1%
Contract in Canadian currency: $250,000. One-way contract. Plus bonus for games played: CAN$25,000 at 40 games. He played 52 NHL games and earned the bonus.
Source: The Hockey News / Canadian Press
1991-92 $261,900 $491,687 212 $47,650 22%
Contract in Canadian currency: $300,000.
1992-93 $248,100 $452,168 393 -$13,800 -5%
Contract in Canadian currency: $300,000. Amount includes salary and any signing bonus paid in 1992-93. He retired as a pro player after the season.
Source: The Hockey News
Total:
US$2,025,500

In today's dollars:
US$4,657,208
NHL Rank:
2239

In today's dollars:
1757

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