East Coast Hockey League players are guaranteed a minimum salary of $400 (rookies) or $455 (returning players) weekly. A returning player is one previously appearing on a seasonending roster or with 25 or more games of professional hockey experience.
The weekly salary cap set forth by the league for 201314 is $12,400 per week for the first 30 days of the season and $12,000 weekly for the remainder of the season. The weekly salary minimum, or "floor" for each team, is $8,900. While the roster size of each club varies, teams may dress a maximum of 18 players for each regular season and playoff game, two of which must be goaltenders. Additionally, a team may have no more than four "veterans," defined as those with 260 or more games of professional experience, on the roster during the season.
Teams are required to pay rookie players a minimum salary of $350
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The weekly salary cap for the 200910 season is $11,800 and the weekly salary floor is $8,300.
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The ECHL has a salary cap.on a weekly basis teams are only allowed to pay 12,000 (for 2010/11) to their players per week.assuming a 20 man roster this works out to an average salary
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According to the MLB collective bargaining agreement in place during the 2010 season, the minimum salary a Major League Baseball player can earn is $400,000 per year. This is exactly
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