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2013 NHL Buyouts Tracker

By Brian Stubits | Hockey writer

In the CBA negotiations, teams were given two compliance buyouts in June 2013 and June 2014 that costs the team actual cash but have no salary cap consequences.

Here are the buyouts that have happened to date that have no salary-cap consequences. Only buyouts confirmed by the team are reported.

Teams cannot actually buy out players with the league until 11 p.m. ET Wednesday and must do so before 5 p.m. on July 4. The following teams have announced their buyouts.

2013 NHL Buyout Tracker

TeamPlayerYearsAmount bought out
New York
Rangers
Wade Redden4 years$3.3 million
Montreal
Canadiens
Scott Gomez3 years$3 million
Montreal
Canadiens
Tomas Kaberle2 years$3 million
Philadelphia
Flyers
Danny Briere4 years$3.3 million
Philadelphia
Flyers
Ilya Bryzgalov14 years$23 million
Tampa Bay
Lightning
Vincent Lecavalier14 years$32.67 million
Chicago
Blackhawks
Rostislav Olesz2 years$2.83 million
Chicago
Blackhawks
Steve Montador4 years$2.73 million
New York
Islanders
Rick DiPietro16 years$24 million
Washington
Capitals
Jeff Schultz 2 years$2 million
Toronto
Maple Leafs
Mike Komisarek2 years$2.33 million
Vancouver
Canucks
Keith Ballard4 years$5.6 million
Buffalo
Sabres
Nathan Gerbe4 years$5.6 million
Detroit
Red Wings
Carlo Colaiacovo2 years$1.9 million
Minnesota
Wild
Tom Gilbert2 years$2 million
Florida
Panthers
Filip Kuba2 years$2.8 million
Toronto
Maple Leafs
Mikhail Grabovski8 years$14.3 million
New Jersey
Devils
Johan Hedberg2 years$933,333
Nashville
Predators
Hal Gill2 years$1.33 million
Colorado
Avalanche
Greg Zanon2 years$1.5 million
Edmonton
Oilers
Eric Belanger 2 years$833,333
 
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