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35 Highest Paid NHL Players Of 2011-2012

Who is actually getting the biggest paycheques this season? According to CapGeek.com, two Canucks made the list – although the top earning Canuck may surprise you

 35. Dan Boyle, San Jose, $6.67 million

  33. (tie) Alexander Semin, Washington, $6.7 million

33. (tie) Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit, $6.7 million

 

32. Roberto Luongo, Vancouver, $6.72 million

 

31. Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers, $6.85 million

 

30. Patrick Marleau, San Jose, $6.9 million

 

25. (tie) James Wisniewski, Columbus, $7 million

 

25. (tie) Kevin Bieksa, Vancouver, $7 million (highest paid Canuck this season)

 

25. (tie) Brent Seabrook, Chicago, $7 million

25. (tie) Daniel Briere, Philadelphia, $7 million

24. Jarome Iginla, Calgary, $7 million 

 

23. Brian Campbell, Florida, $7.14 million

22. Mikko Koivu, Minnesota, $7.29 million

 

18. (tie) Shea Weber, Nashville, $7.5 million

 

18. (tie) Rick Nash, Columbus, $7.5 million

 

18. (tie) Marian Gaborik, New York Rangers, $7.5 million

 

18. (tie) Scott Gomez, Montreal, $7.5 million

17. Chris Pronger, Philadelphia, $7.6 million

 

15. (tie) Eric Staal, Carolina, $7.75 million

 

15. (tie) Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit, $7.75 million

14. Marian Hossa, Chicago, $7.9 million

9. (tie) Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay, $8 million

9. (tie) Duncan Keith, Chicago, $8 million

9. (tie) Dany Heatley, Minnesota, $8 million

9. (tie) Jason Spezza, Ottawa, $8 million

8. Zdeno Chara, Boston, $8.5 million

5. (tie) Alex Ovechkin, Washington, $9 million

5. (tie) Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh, $9 million

5. (tie) Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh, $9 million

2. (tie) Christian Ehrhoff, Buffalo, $10 million

2. (tie) Ilya Bryzgalov, Philadelphia, $10 million

2. (tie) Ilya Bryzgalov, Philadelphia, $10 million

 

1. Brad Richards, New York Rangers, $12 million

Yes, Brad Richards out of everyone is bringing in the big dough this year!

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