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NHL Fortune: $459,013

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Brian Glennie’s net worth / earnings / salary history. He made US$459,013 (US$2,492,347 in today's dollars), ranking #4092 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

Birthdate: August 29, 1946

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Salary History
All amounts in US$ unless otherwise noted.
Season   Salary
(US$)
In today's
US$
NHL
Rank
+/-
(US$)
+/-
(%)
1964-65 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. Signed a 4-year agreement with the Toronto Marlboros, of the Ontario Hockey Association (junior), that would be him, respectively $ C 40, CAN$50, CAN$60 and CAN$60 per week during the season, plus CAN$20/week for room and board. In addition, the team agreed to pay for his University fee while he played for the team. If he played in Junior B, he was to earn CAN$2.50 per game. Played the whole season with the Marlboros, earning $40/week plus $20/week for room and board.
Source: Copy of contract
1965-66 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. Played the whole season with the Marlboros, earning $50/week plus $20/week for room and board.
Source: Copy of contract
1966-67 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. Played the whole season with the Marlboros, earning $60/week plus $20/week for room and board. He also played 2 games for Michigan State University.
Source: Copy of contract
1967-68 $0 $0
Contract in Canadian currency: $0. For the whole season, was with the Canadian National Team.
Source: Copy of contract
1968-69 $18,560 $143,016
Contract in Canadian currency: $20,000. Signed a one year, one-way contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs for CAN$15,000 plus a CAN$5,000 signing bonus. Spent the season in the AHL and CHL, earning $15,000 and his bonus.
Source: Copy of contract
1969-70 $13,935 $101,815
Contract in Canadian currency: $15,000. Estimated minimum salary based on documented 1968-69 salary. Likely earned more.
Source: HockeyZonePlus
1970-71 $16,286 $112,433
Contract in Canadian currency: $17,000. Signed a one-year, one-way contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs for CAN$17,000 plus bonuses: CAN$1,500 if the team finished 1st; CAN$1,000 for second place; CAN$500 for third place; CAN$50 for each + over 0 in the +/- category; and $ 500 if he was giving over 300 hits during the season. He did not earn any bonus.
Source: Copy of contract
1971-72 $16,830 $111,396
Contract in Canadian currency: $17,000. Estimated minimum salary based on documented 1970-71 salary. Likely earned more.
Source: HockeyZonePlus
1972-73 $17,153 $109,924
Contract in Canadian currency: $17,000. Estimated minimum salary based on documented 1970-71 salary. Likely earned more.
Source: HockeyZonePlus
1973-74 $60,000 $362,162
Contract in Canadian currency: $60,000. Signed a one-way, three-year contract with the Toronto Maples Leafs: CAN$60,000, CAN$70,000, and CAN$75,000. A bonus of CAN$9,5000 was payable in September 1974. Team performance bonuses included CAN$5,000 if the team finished 1st or 2nd in its division or if it reached the second round of the playoffs. He was to receive $ 5,000 if he was traded but was not. In 1973-74, he earned his base salary of CAN$60,000 and no bonuses as the Leafs finished 4th in the division and were eliminated in the first round.
Source: Copy of contract
1974-75 $86,359 $469,361
Contract in Canadian currency: $84,500. Earned his base salary of CAN$70,000 plus the CAN$9,500 bonus and a CAN$5,000 bonus with the team not finishing in the top 2 in its division but winning the first round of the playoffs.
Source: Copy of contract
1975-76 $78,640 $391,593
Contract in Canadian currency: $80,000. Earned his base salary of CAN$75,000 a CAN$5,000 bonus with the team not finishing in the top 2 in its division but winning the first round of the playoffs.
Source: Copy of contract
1976-77 $76,050 $358,134
Contract in Canadian currency: $75,000. Estimated salary based on documented salaries for 1975-76 and 1977-78.
Source: HockeyZonePLus
1977-78 $75,200 $332,513
Contract in Canadian currency: $80,000.
Source: Globe and Mail
Career Total: US$459,013
(In today's dollars: US$2,492,347)

NHL Rank: 4092
(In today's dollars: 2611)

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