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Top 15 Player Salaries: 2015-16 Season

Salaries across the NHL are climbing with each passing year. With this season's salary cap locked in at $71.4 million, we present to you the Top 15 Player Salaries in the League, a list features 16 All-Stars from last season and totals a combined 27 Stanley Cup rings. (Note: These are player salaries, not their annual cap hits)

You can also view a full list of players with a No-Trade/No-Movement Clause.

1) $14,000,000
Shea Weber

2) $13,800,000
Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews

3) $12,000,000
Sidney Crosby

4) $10,000,000
Phil Kessel, Henrik Lundqvist, Alex Ovechkin

5) $9,500,000
Evgeni Malkin, Eric Staal

6) $9,250,000
Ryan Getzlaf

7) $9,000,000
Claude Giroux, Zach Parise, Corey Perry, Ryan Suter

8) $8,750,000
Patrice Bergeron

9) $8,500,000
Sergei Bobrovsky

10) $8,000,000
Dion Phaneuf, Derek Stepan, Vladimir Tarasenko

11) $7,900,000
Marian Hossa, Rick Nash

12) $7,700,000
Anze Kopitar

13) $7,500,000
Johnny Boychuk, Duncan Keith, Tuukka Rask, Jason Spezza, Henrik Zetterberg

14) $7,290,000
Mikko Koivu

15) $7,250,000
Dustin Brown, David Krejci, Kris Letang


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