There are still plenty of NHL players in the league who are working full-time jobs.
There are currently around 890 NHL players who are full-timers, according to Stats Canada.
But that number doesn’t include players like Evgeni Malkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov who are still on their respective teams.
According to Statscan, there are more than 2,000 players who have full-season contracts that are still working full time, and that’s not counting players like Wayne Gretzky and Alex Ovechkin who are both still working as full- time players.
There’s also a ton more players that are in their final year of their contract and will be looking to move on.
One of the main reasons for the lack of players earning more is the salary cap.
The NHL’s current cap has been set at $69.4 million for this season, and while the league is still on pace to finish the year with $74 million, there is still a lot of work that has to be completed to make that happen.
While the salary caps are set, it’s still possible that some players could earn less than what they currently earn.
As for the number of full-Time NHLers who are actively working fulltime, Stats Canada said that there are currently 963 players who work full-term full-timer contracts.
That’s not including the player on the Buffalo Sabres who is still playing full-year, but will be going into his contract year in 2020.
The team has signed three players to full-tentative deals, including winger Rasmus Ristolainen and defenseman Sami Vatanen.
If the Sabres do decide to let them go in the offseason, that could mean that the team will be able to get more than just the full-T-Mac, and a few more players.
There are also a lot more players working full season on their contracts, which is why it’s important to keep a look out for some of the players that you may have missed.
With all of the work that is being done in the off-season to get the NHL on the right path, it makes sense to take a look at the current number of players working part time for each team.