NHL Salaries Per Points Scored: Real Hockey Talk Podcast #7

NHL salaries per points scored
CALGARY, AB - NOVEMBER 3: Alex DeBrincat #12 of the Chicago Blackhawks in action against the Calgary Flames during an NHL game at Scotiabank Saddledome on November 3, 2018 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Derek Leung/Getty Images)

This week’s Real Hockey Talk show took place at Picazzo’s Healthy Italian Kitchen. Along with Dave Isaac, Greg Isaac, William Grigsby from lastwordonhockey.com and Ed Cole this is podcast #7 for your listening pleasure.

The show was originally scheduled to air from its normal noon-3 pm time slot. But technical issues with our broadcasting equipment changed it to 1 pm to 3 pm.

NHL Salaries Per Points Scored: Real Hockey Talk Podcast #7

Still, we got into various topics of discussion including line combinations from dailyfaceoff.com. We debated whether to agree with the lines they came up with and how those lines may work for the teams.

In Dave’s “what have I learned” segment he covered two Vegas shows he took in while in tinsel town in May. His favourite was Donny and Marie. We chatted about the Vegas scene and how we all enjoy visiting there. What a sports town Las Vegas is becoming!

William worked hard on a spreadsheet where he accumulated data on how much each Western Conference top three scoring forwards earned per point scored for the 2018-19 season. It analyzes whether each team is spending too much or is getting a bargain. Next week look for the Eastern Conference results.

Here is the Chart

Player Team Cap hit Points Salary per point Team Rank
Rikard Rakell ANA $3,789,444 43 $88,127 1
Jalob Silfverberg ANA $5,250,000 43 $122,093 2
Ryan Getzaf ANA $8,250,000 48 $171,875 3
Clayton Keller ARZ $885,833 47 $18,848 1 ELC
Vinnie Hinostroza ARZ $1,500,000 39 $38,462 2
Alex Galchenyuk ARZ $4,900,000 41 $119,512 3
Elias Lindholm CAL $4,850,000 78 $62,179 1
Johhny Gaudreau CAL $6,750,000 99 $68,182 2
San Monahan CAL $6,375,000 82 $77,744 3
Alex DeBrincat CHI $778,333 76 $10,241 1 ELC
Patrick Kane CHI $10,500,000 110 $95,455 2
Jonathan Toews CHI $10,500,000 81 $129,630 3
Nate MacKinnon COL $6,300,000 99 $63,636 1
Gabriel Landeskog COL $5,571,429 75 $74,286 2
J.T. Compher COL $3,500,000 32 $109,375 3
Alexander Rudalov DAL $6,250,000 72 $86,806 1
Tyler Sequin DAL $9,850,000 80 $123,125 2
Jamie Benn DAL $9,500,000 53 $179,245 3
Leon Drasaitl EDM $8,500,000 105 $80,952 1
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins EDM $6,000,000 69 $86,957 2
Connor McDavid EDM $12,500,000 116 $107,759 3
Dustin Brown LAK $5,875,000 51 $115,196 1
Anze Kopitar LAK $10,000,000 60 $166,667 2
Ilya Kovalchuk LAK $6,250,000 34 $183,824 3
Eric Staal MIN $3,250,000 52 $62,500 1
Mikael Granlund MIN $5,750,000 49 $117,347 2
Zach Parise MIN $7,538,461 61 $123,581 3
Viktor Arvidsson NSH $4,250,000 48 $88,542 1
Filip Forsberg NSH $6,000,000 50 $120,000 2
Ryan Johansen NSH $8,000,000 64 $125,000 3
Brayden Schenn STL $5,125,000 54 $94,907 1
Vladimir Tarasenko STL $7,500,000 68 $110,294 2
Ryan O’Reilly STL $7,500,000 77 $97,403 3
Tomas Hertl SJS $5,625,000 74 $76,014 1
Timo Meier SJS $6,000,000 66 $90,909 2
Logan Couture SJS $8,000,000 70 $114,286 3
Elias Pettersson VAN $925,000 66 $14,015 1 ELC
Brock Boeser VAN $925,000 56 $16,518 2 ELC
Bo Horvat VAN $5,500,000 61 $90,164 3
Jon Marchesssault VGK $5,000,000 59 $84,746 1
Reilly Smith VGK $5,000,000 53 $94,340 2
William Karlsson VGK $5,900,000 56 $105,357 3
Kyle Connor WPG $925,000 66 $14,015 1
Mark Sheifele WPG $6,125,000 84 $72,917 2
Blake Wheeler WPG $8,250,000 91 $90,659 3

 

NHL Salaries Per Points Scored Ranked by Salary Per Point

Player Team Cap hit Points Salary per point RANK
Alex DeBrincat CHI $778,333 76 $10,241 1
Elias Pettersson VAN $925,000 66 $14,015 2
Kyle Connor WPG $925,000 66 $14,015 3
Brock Boeser VAN $925,000 56 $16,518 4
Clayton Keller ARZ $885,833 47 $18,848 5
Vinnie Hinostroza ARZ $1,500,000 39 $38,462 6
Elias Lindholm CAL $4,850,000 78 $62,179 7
Eric Staal MIN $3,250,000 52 $62,500 8
Nate MacKinnon COL $6,300,000 99 $63,636 9
Johhny Gaudreau CAL $6,750,000 99 $68,182 10
Mark Sheifele WPG $6,125,000 84 $72,917 11
Gabriel Landeskog COL $5,571,429 75 $74,286 12
Tomas Hertl SJS $5,625,000 74 $76,014 13
San Monahan CAL $6,375,000 82 $77,744 14
Leon Drasaitl EDM $8,500,000 105 $80,952 15
Jon Marchesssault VGK $5,000,000 59 $84,746 16
Alexander Rudalov DAL $6,250,000 72 $86,806 17
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins EDM $6,000,000 69 $86,957 18
Rikard Rakell ANA $3,789,444 43 $88,127 19
Viktor Arvidsson NSH $4,250,000 48 $88,542 20
Bo Horvat VAN $5,500,000 61 $90,164 21
Blake Wheeler WPG $8,250,000 91 $90,659 22
Timo Meier SJS $6,000,000 66 $90,909 23
Reilly Smith VGK $5,000,000 53 $94,340 24
Brayden Schenn STL $5,125,000 54 $94,907 25
Patrick Kane CHI $10,500,000 110 $95,455 26
Ryan O’Reilly STL $7,500,000 77 $97,403 27
William Karlsson VGK $5,900,000 56 $105,357 28
Connor McDavid EDM $12,500,000 116 $107,759 29
J.T. Compher COL $3,500,000 32 $109,375 30
Vladimir Tarasenko STL $7,500,000 68 $110,294 31
Logan Couture SJS $8,000,000 70 $114,286 32
Dustin Brown LAK $5,875,000 51 $115,196 33
Mikael Granlund MIN $5,750,000 49 $117,347 34
Alex Galchenyuk ARZ $4,900,000 41 $119,512 35
Filip Forsberg NSH $6,000,000 50 $120,000 36
Jalob Silfverberg ANA $5,250,000 43 $122,093 37
Tyler Sequin DAL $9,850,000 80 $123,125 38
Zach Parise MIN $7,538,461 61 $123,581 39
Ryan Johansen NSH $8,000,000 64 $125,000 40
Jonathan Toews CHI $10,500,000 81 $129,630 41
Anze Kopitar LAK $10,000,000 60 $166,667 42
Ryan Getzaf ANA $8,250,000 48 $171,875 43
Jamie Benn DAL $9,500,000 53 $179,245 44
Ilya Kovalchuk LAK $6,250,000 34 $183,824 45

 

NHL Possible Line Combinations, Teams Outlook

Which line in the NHL is the top line according to dailyfaceoff.com? Listen in to get the answer, it may surprise you.

Some items we discussed include:

NHL Top Ten Controversial Players

Dave goes through the list of the ten top controversial players in the NHL. Some may surprise why others will jog your memory as to what happened to allow them to be on the list.

Some are there due to their unseemly behavior on the ice. Others are included for some questionable conduct off the ice.

Unfortunately, we just barely got done with the list when our remote broadcast equipment decided it didn’t want us to finish the last hour of the show. Our apologies.

We’ll try to make it up to our loyal fans next week. So be sure to watch for the next article as we attempt to bring you some interesting dialogue on the NHL happenings.

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