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2009-10: $56,800,000

Team Spending LTIR Cap Space Bonuses Overage
Philadelphia Flyers » $60,444,951 $3,644,951 $0 $850,000 $0
Vancouver Canucks » $59,038,904 $2,238,904 $0 $440,000 $90,000
Detroit Red Wings » $58,827,920 $2,027,920 $0 $0 $50,000
San Jose Sharks » $57,025,700 $248,540 $22,840 $1,665,000 $327,500
Pittsburgh Penguins » $56,752,034 $0 $47,966 $327,500 $83,979
Ottawa Senators » $56,393,237 $0 $406,763 $1,365,000 $0
New York Rangers » $56,390,235 $0 $409,765 $342,500 $0
Montreal Canadiens » $56,376,138 $0 $423,862 $1,920,000 $68,751
Calgary Flames » $56,365,335 $0 $434,665 $425,000 $0
Edmonton Oilers » $57,729,899 $1,462,841 $532,942 $1,180,000 $354,500
Toronto Maple Leafs » $56,916,402 $651,266 $534,864 $8,070,000 $1,400,000
Minnesota Wild » $55,965,738 $0 $834,262 $755,000 $0
Chicago Blackhawks » $55,762,544 $0 $1,037,456 $5,000,000 $4,157,753
Boston Bruins » $55,494,851 $0 $1,305,149 $6,592,500 $1,759,795
Buffalo Sabres » $55,162,097 $0 $1,637,903 $905,000 $0
New Jersey Devils » $54,801,990 $0 $1,998,010 $265,000 $0
Carolina Hurricanes » $54,313,090 $0 $2,486,910 $350,000 $0
Washington Capitals » $53,829,673 $118,583 $3,088,910 $1,650,000 $0
Anaheim Ducks » $53,492,796 $0 $3,307,204 $2,250,000 $0
Florida Panthers » $53,287,348 $0 $3,512,652 $1,677,500 $0
Los Angeles Kings » $50,719,990 $0 $6,080,010 $3,057,500 $0
Colorado Avalanche » $48,860,146 $0 $7,939,854 $3,802,500 $0
Dallas Stars » $48,123,422 $0 $8,676,578 $3,010,000 $0
St. Louis Blues » $47,061,370 $0 $9,738,630 $4,815,000 $0
Columbus Blue Jackets » $46,638,485 $0 $10,161,515 $1,165,000 $0
Winnipeg Jets » $46,261,182 $0 $10,538,818 $5,840,000 $0
Tampa Bay Lightning » $45,961,718 $0 $10,838,282 $5,615,000 $0
Nashville Predators » $44,177,432 $0 $12,622,568 $1,132,500 $0
Arizona Coyotes » $42,929,100 $0 $13,870,900 $2,330,000 $0
New York Islanders » $38,058,061 $0 $18,741,939 $5,052,500 $0

IMPORTANT NOTES: a) Performance bonuses listed in team totals are the sum of those for all players with at least one "full day" on the roster. The amount actually attained is usually much less but is not tracked by CapGeek, other than the tracking of bonus overages. b) Estimates for 2009-10 and 2010-11 incorrectly exclude suspended players from team cap totals. c) Estimates for 2011-12, when the bonus cushion was not in effect, assume maximum performance bonuses have been earned, except in rare cases where we have confirmed they were not attained. As a result, actual 2011-12 cap space may be, in some cases, significantly greater than it appears here. d) Estimates for 2013-14 onward are calculated by removing the averaged amount of performance bonuses from each player's annual average salary before calculating his cap cost based on days on roster. This change was made to more accurately reflect how the league calculates cap space. Prior to 2013-14, in seasons where the bonus cushion was in place, the player's annual averaged salary (including bonuses) was used to calculate cap cost based on days on roster, after which the player's maximum attainable bonuses for that season were removed. e) Because CapGeek.com was created in 2009, cap-space estimates for seasons prior to 2009-10 are not listed.