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Hockey Fortune: $1,184,100

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Bob Johnson’s net worth / earnings / salary history: Earned US $1,184,100 (US $3,168,734 in today's dollars), ranking #3422 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

Birthdate: March 4, 1931
Country of birth: USA
Position: C
Salary History - Bob Johnson
All amounts in US$ unless otherwise noted.
Season   Earnings
(US$)
In today's
US$
Rank
1982-83 $81,100 $256,074
Amount in Canadian currency: $100,000.
On June 1, 1982, after coaching the University of Wisconsin's hockey team for 18 seasons, signed a three-year contract as coach of the Calgary Flames for $100,000 per year.
Source(s): La Presse
1983-84 $81,100 $248,104
Amount in Canadian currency: $100,000.
Source(s): La Presse
1984-85 $77,200 $226,442
Amount in Canadian currency: $100,000.
Source(s): La Presse
1985-86 $164,700 $466,525
Amount in Canadian currency: $225,000.
As coach of the Calgary Flames, reportedly the NHL's hightest-paid coach.
Source(s): The Sporting News
1986-87 $180,000 $500,374
Amount in Canadian currency: $250,000.
Prior to the season, signed a three-year contract as coach of the Calgary Flames for $250,000 per season (or $200,000 according to La Presse and another edition of The Sporting News.) After the season, he resigned to become Excutive Director of the Amateur Hockey Association of the United States (USA Hockey) at a yearly salary of $100,000.
Source(s): The Sporting News
1987-88 $100,000 $268,175
As Executive Director of USA Hockey.
Source(s): The Sporting News
1988-89 $100,000 $257,653
As Executive Director of USA Hockey.
Source(s): The Sporting News
1989-90 $100,000 $245,785 501
As Executive Director of USA Hockey.
Source(s): The Sporting News
1990-91 $300,000 $699,602 83
As coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins for a salary of $300,000 and an unknown signing bonus. He won the Stanley Cup and passed away in November 1991.
Source(s): Book: Scotty - A Hockey Life Like No Other
Career Total: US $1,184,100
(In today's dollars: US $3,168,734)

NHL Rank: 3422
(In today's dollars: 2782)