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NHL Fortune: $126,753

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Tim Horton’s net worth / earnings / salary history. He made US $126,753 (US $1,128,317 in today's dollars), ranking #4594 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

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Season   Salary
($US)
In today's
$
NHL
Rank
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(%)
1952-53 $7,147 $68,703
Sgned a one-year, two-way contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs for $C 7,000 in the NHL and $C 5,000 in the minors. Played the whole season in the NHL.
Source: Copy of contract
1953-54 $8,136 $77,626
Signed a one-year, one-way contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs for $C 8,000.
Source: Copy of contract
1954-55 $8,216 $78,098
Estimated salary based on documented salaries for 1953-54 and 1955-56.
Source: HockeyZonePlus
1955-56 $9,126 $87,072
Signed a one-year, one-way contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs for $C 9,000. Bonuses included $ 1,000 if he made the NHL 1st All Star Team and $ 500 for the 2nd Team. Did not earn the bonuses,
Source: Copy of contract
1956-57 $9,144 $85,960
Estimated salary based on documented salaries for 1955-56 and 1957-58. Was to get a $ 500 bonus if he got 30 points which he didn't.
Source: HockeyZonePlus
1957-58 $9,387 $85,418
Had a $C 9,000 base salary plus bonuses: $ 1,000 for making the NHL 1st All Star Team and $ 500 for the Second Team. Did not earn the bonuses.
Source: Summary of contract
1958-59 $10,300 $91,132
Had a $C 9,000 base salary plus bonuses: $ 1,000 for making the NHL 1st or 2nd All Star Team; $ 1,000 for finishing top 6 in Norris trophy selection; $ 500 if the team made the playoffs; $ 500 if recommended by the coach. Earned $ 500 for making the playoffs and it is assumed that he was recommended by the coach for another $ 500.
Source: Summary of contract
1959-60 $13,038 $114,167
Had a $C 10,500 base salary plus bonuses: $ 1,000 if the team finished in 1st place; $ 500 for second place; $ 350 for 3rd place; $ 150 for 4th place; $ 500 if he got 30 points in the regular season; $ 500 if the team scored more goals than allowed if he played more than 53 games. Earned $ 1,000 for finishing 1st, $ 500 for scoring over 30 points, and $ 500 for the positive team goal differential.
Source: Summary of contract
1960-61 $13,403 $115,782
Had a $C 12,000 base salary plus bonuses: $ 250 if the team finished in 1st place; $ 500 if he got 33 points in the regular season; $ 500 if the team scored more goals than allowed if he played more than 53 games; $ 500 if the team made the Cup FInal; $ 500 if the team won the Stanley Cup. Earned $ 500 for the positive team goal differential and $ 500 with a second place finish in the standings.
Source: Summary of contract
1961-62 $14,805 $126,610
Had a $C 14,000 base salary plus bonuses: $ 500 if the team finished in 1st place; $ 500 if he got 33 points in the regular season; $ 500 if the team scored more goals than allowed if he played more than 53 games; $ 500 if the team won the Stanley Cup. Earned $ 500 for the positive team goal differential and $ 500 for winning the Stanley Cup.
Source: Summary of contract
1962-63 $18,486 $156,002
Had a $C 17,250 base salary plus bonuses: $ 1,000 if the team finished in 1st place; $ 500 if he got 35 points in the regular season; $ 500 if the team scored more goals than allowed if he played more than 53 games; $ 500 if the team made the Cup FInal; $ 500 if the team won the Stanley Cup. Earned $ 1,000 for the 1st place finish, $ 500 for the positive team goal differential, $ 500 for making the final and $ 500 for winning the Stanley Cup.
Source: Summary of contract
1963-64 $0 $0
Opened the first Tim Horton Doughnut Shop in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
1967-68 $2,781 $21,290
Unknown base salary but was to get bonuses: $ 3,000 for being on the 1st NHL All Star Team; $ 1,500 for 2nd Team. Earned $ 3,000 for being on the 1st team.
Source: Copy of agreement
1968-69 $2,784 $20,456
Unknown base salary but was to get bonuses: $ 3,000 for being on the 1st NHL All Star Team; $ 1,500 for 2nd Team; $ 1,000 for making the playoffs. Earned $ 3,000 for being on the 1st team.
Source: Copy of agreement
1969-70 $0 $0
Unknown base salary but was to get bonuses: $ 3,000 for being on the 1st NHL All Star Team; $ 1,500 for 2nd Team. Did not earn any bonus.
Source: Copy of agreement
Total:
US $126,753

In today's dollars:
US $1,128,317
NHL Rank:
4594

In today's dollars:
3131

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