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NHL Fortune: $2,760,546

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Steven Finn’s net worth / career earnings / salary history. He made US$2,760,546 (US$4,922,118 in today's dollars), ranking #2075 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

Birthdate: August 20, 1966
Country of birth: Canada
Position: D
NHL Draft:
  • Year: 1984
  • Round #3
  • Overall Pick: 57
  • By: Quebec Nordiques

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Salary History
All amounts in US$ unless otherwise noted.
Season   Salary
(US$)
In today's
US$
NHL
Rank
+/-
(US$)
+/-
(%)
1988-89 $109,755 $240,058
Contract in Canadian currency: $135,000. Signed a two-year plus one option year, two-way contract, with the Quebec Nordiques for CAN$135,000, CAN$150,000 and CAN$160,000 in the NHL and CAN$50,000 in the minor leagues with a stipulation that as soon as he played 30 NHL games, the contract was becoming a one-way contract. Bonuses included $ 10,000 if the team finished 1st in the division; $ 25,000 for first overall; $ 5,000 if the team made the playoffs; $ 5,000 for winning the first round of the playoffs; $10,000 for winning the 2nd round, $ 10,000 for winning the 3rd round; and $ 25,000 for winning the Stanley Cup. Also included $ 10,000 if he won an individual NHL trophy. He played the whole season in the NHL and did not earn any bonus.
Source: Copy of contract
1989-90 $126,750 $264,460 394
Contract in Canadian currency: $150,000. Did not earn any bonus.
Source: Copy of contract / Canadian Press
1990-91 $158,545 $313,862 369 $31,795 25%
Contract in Canadian currency: $185,000. One-way contract.
Source: The Hockey News / Canadian Press
1991-92 $190,314 $361,455 354 $31,769 20%
Contract in Canadian currency: $218,000.
1992-93 $310,125 $571,671 269 $119,811 63%
Contract in Canadian currency: $375,000. Signed a two-year plus one option year, one-way contract with the Quebec Nordiques for CAN$350,000, CAN$400,000 and CAN$400,000. Included bonuses for games played, in 1992-93: $ 5,000 for 56 to 60 games; another $ 5,000 for 61 to 65 games; another $ 5,000 for 66 to 70 games; another $ 5,000 for 71 to 75 games; and another $ 5,000 for 76 or more games. For the duration of the contract, he was also to received CAN$25,000 each year that the team reached the second round of the playoffs. He earned a $ 25,000 bonus for playing 80 games. (According to The Hockey New, he earned $ 300,000)
Source: Copy of contract
1993-94 $310,000 $555,064 384 -$125 0%
Contract in Canadian currency: $400,000. Did not earn any bonus.
Source: Copy of contract
1994-95 $230,057 $401,475 351 -$79,943 -26%
Contract in Canadian currency: $550,000. Because of the lockout, his NHL salary was prorated for the 48-game season.
Source: Guide Hockey 1995-1996
1995-96 $600,000 $1,018,480 279 $369,943 161%
Source: La Presse
1996-97 $725,000 $1,195,591 285 $125,000 21%
Source: La Presse / Guide Hockey RDS
Career Earnings: US$2,760,546
(In today's dollars: US$4,922,118)

NHL Rank: 2075
(In today's dollars: 1794)

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