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  •  The league minimum for an entry-level (0+ / 0-)

    contract is, if memory serves, $500,000 per year. Under the current collective bargaining agreement, that contract controls for up to three years, depending on the age of the player when he enters the league (I'm talking off the top of my head here; I'd venture to guess that details are available on the NHLPA's website). After that, it's pretty much a factor of what the market will bear--and what kind of room the team has under the hard salary cap. Top players can make northwards of $7 million a year.

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