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NHL Fortune: $33,380

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Frank Boucher’s net worth / earnings / salary history. He made US $33,380 (US $608,553 in today's dollars), ranking #5543 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

Birthdate: October 7, 1901

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Salary History
All amounts in US$ unless otherwise noted.
Season   Salary
(US$)
In today's
US$
NHL
Rank
+/-
(US$)
+/-
(%)
1921-22 $1,080 $16,354
Contract in Canadian currency: $1,200. Signed a one-year contract with the Ottawa Senators, of the NHL, for $1,200.
Source: Book: New York Rangers - Greatest Moments and Players
1925-26 $3,500 $53,937
Contract in Canadian currency: $3,500.
Source: Book: The Lives of Conn Smythe
1926-27 $5,000 $76,356
Source: Book: The Lives of Conn Smythe
1934-35 $5,800 $117,170
Source: Book: Blue Lines, Goal Lines & Bottom Lines
1935-36 $6,000 $118,207
Source: Book: Blue Lines, Goal Lines & Bottom Lines
1936-37 $6,000 $116,929
Source: Book: Blue Lines, Goal Lines & Bottom Lines
1937-38 $5,000 $93,985
As player and assistant coach of the New York Rangers. Signed a one-year contract as player for $3,500 and received a letter from the team confirming an additional $1,500 to also act as an assistance coach.
Source: Book: Blue Lines, Goal Lines & Bottom Lines
1943-44 $1,000 $15,615
As player and assistant coach of the New York Rangers. As coach since 1939-40 for an unknow salary, he decided to come back as a player after last playing in 1937-38 and signed a one-year contract as player for an additional $1,000. Retired as a pro-player after the season and continued coaching.
Source: Book: Blue Lines, Goal Lines & Bottom Lines
Career Total: US $33,380
(In today's dollars: US $608,553)

NHL Rank: 5543
(In today's dollars: 4458)

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