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Hockey Fortune: $742,758

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Dan Maloney’s net worth / earnings / salary history: Earned US $742,758 (US $2,829,124 in today's dollars), ranking #4041 in NHL / hockey career earnings.

Birthdate: September 24, 1950
Country of birth: Canada
Position: LW
NHL Draft:
Salary History - Dan Maloney
All amounts in US$ unless otherwise noted.
Season   Earnings
(US$)
In today's
US$
Rank
1977-78 $108,100 $543,443
Amount in Canadian currency: $115,000.
Bases salary, not including bonuses, deferred payments and other extras. (Earned $105,000 according to the Globe and Mail.)
Source(s): The Gazette
1978-79 $100,855 $471,110
Amount in Canadian currency: $115,000.
Estimated minimum salary based on documented salaries for 1977-78 and 1979-80.
Source(s): HockeyZonePlus
1979-80 $117,425 $492,965
Amount in Canadian currency: $137,500.
Signed a four-year, one-way contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs: CAN$137,500, CAN$142,500, CAN$147,500, CAN$152,500. Team performance bonuses included: $ 1,000 if the team had less than 225 goals against; $ 1,000 if the team had less than 210 goals against; $ 2,000 if the team was in the Top 4 in the league for the least goals against; $ 1,000 for finishing 1st in the division; $ 2,500 for winning the 1st playoff round; $ 2,500 for winning the second playoff round; $ 5,000 for winning the 3rd playoff round; and $ 5,000 for winning the Stanley Cup. Personal performance bonuses included: $ 2,500 for getting 25 goals or 60 points; $ 200 per goal over 25; $ 50/+ up to 10; $ 500 for the 10th +; $ 100/+ between 11 and 20; $ 1,000 for the 20th +; and $ 1,500 for the 30th +. He did not earn any of the bonuses.
Source(s): Copy of contract
1980-81 $121,838 $450,478
Amount in Canadian currency: $142,500.
Base salary of CAN$142,500. Team performance bonuses included: $ 1,000 if the team had less than 225 goals against; $ 1,000 if the team had less than 210 goals against; $ 2,000 if the team was in the Top 4 in the league for the least goals against; $ 1,000 for finishing 1st in the division; $ 2,500 for winning the 1st playoff round; $ 2,500 for winning the second playoff round; $ 5,000 for winning the 3rd playoff round; and $ 5,000 for winning the Stanley Cup. Personal performance bonuses included: $ 2,500 for getting 25 goals or 60 points; $ 200 per goal over 25; $ 50/+ up to 10; $ 500 for the 10th +; $ 100/+ between 11 and 20; $ 1,000 for the 20th +; and $ 1,500 for the 30th +. He did not earn any of the bonuses.
Source(s): Copy of contract
1981-82 $123,015 $412,260
Amount in Canadian currency: $147,500.
Base salary of CAN$147,500. Team performance bonuses included: $ 1,000 if the team had less than 225 goals against; $ 1,000 if the team had less than 210 goals against; $ 2,000 if the team was in the Top 4 in the league for the least goals against; $ 1,000 for finishing 1st in the division; $ 2,500 for winning the 1st playoff round; $ 2,500 for winning the second playoff round; $ 5,000 for winning the 3rd playoff round; and $ 5,000 for winning the Stanley Cup. Personal performance bonuses included: $ 2,500 for getting 25 goals or 60 points; $ 200 per goal over 25; $ 50/+ up to 10; $ 500 for the 10th +; $ 100/+ between 11 and 20; $ 1,000 for the 20th +; and $ 1,500 for the 30th +. He retired from pro hockey after the season. He did not earn any of the bonuses.
Source(s): Copy of contract
1986-87 $54,000 $150,112
Amount in Canadian currency: $75,000.
On June 21, 1986, signed a three-year contract as coach of the Winnipeg Jets starting at $75,000 per season.
Source(s): The Sporting News
1987-88 $56,550 $151,653
Amount in Canadian currency: $75,000.
As coach of the Winnipeg Jets.
Source(s): The Sporting News
1988-89 $60,975 $157,104
Amount in Canadian currency: $75,000.
As coach of the Winnipeg Jets.
Source(s): The Sporting News
Career Total: US $742,758
(In today's dollars: US $2,829,124)

NHL Rank: 4041
(In today's dollars: 2959)

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