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NHL Fortune: $38,600

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Peter Slanina’s net worth / earnings / salary history. He made US$38,600 (US$94,995 in today's dollars), ranking #5013 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

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All amounts in US$ unless otherwise noted.
Season   Salary
(US$)
In today's
US$
NHL
Rank
+/-
(US$)
+/-
(%)
1984-85 $38,600 $94,995
Contract in Canadian currency: $50,000. After being drafted 233rd overall, signed a four-year plus one option year, two-way contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs for CAN$140,000 in the NHL and CAN$40,000 in any other professional league. Included a CAN$50,000 signing bonus, and CAN$25,000 to be paid on January 1, 1985 and January 1, 1986. Mot wanting to emigrate, he never made to it North America, did not play professional hockey in 1984-85 and then played for Kosice HC in Czechoslovakia the next 4 seasons. It is assumed that he received his signing bonus and nothing else as he never joing the Leafs organization.
Source: Copy of contract
1985-86 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. Played in Czechoslovakia.
Source: Copy of contract
1986-87 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. Played in Czechoslovakia.
Source: Copy of contract
1987-88 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. Played in Czechoslovakia.
Source: Copy of contract
1988-89 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. Played in Czechoslovakia.
Source: Copy of contract
Total:
US$38,600

In today's dollars:
US$94,995
NHL Rank:
5013

In today's dollars:
5037

Contract(s) (click to enlarge)

Interesting animated bar chart race showing that 36 players and 1 commissioner appeared, in the past 25 years, in the yearly Top Ten NHL/hockey fortunes accumulated. Jaromir Jagr is #1 in total hockey earnings since 2002-03 and will be taken over in 2-3 years by Crosby and Ovechkin. How is your 401k/RSSP doing?

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