I don't, professional players do.
Not as much as NBA players
There are no females in the nhl
they are paid 250,000 a game
they don't get paid to play in the olympics. it is a privalege to play
they earn millions of dollars, so I'm sure they can pay for their own vacations
no one gets paid in the Olympics unless they are in a commercial brodcast
Depends on how big their norks are.
because there are good sportsman
Well it depends what sport you are talking about. Most professional sports players get paid between 1million and 2millions dollars per year.
There are currently no professional women's hockey players in North America. The women playing in the Canadian Women's Hockey League and the Western Women's Hockey League are not compensated at all to play. In fact, many of them actually have to pay to play. There are a large number of members of the Canadian and US women's national teams playing in these leagues and they are paid to train by their respective national associations as "carded" athletes. However, the amount they are paid ranges in between $1000-$2000 per month, hardly a "pro" level contract. There are professional women's hockey leagues in Europe and Russia. Their compensation is not known, but the North American players who play there are paid relatively well, although again, not anywhere close to the level of the men's pro players.
I think they get around £50,000 a year or more
During the 1920s professional football players were paid between $100 and $300 per game. Their salary all depended on position on the team.
Hockey was an amateur game in the 1880's. No one got paid.
No, only professional players get paid.
# They get paid money dawgg
Professional softball players, of course, get paid. However, they do not earn nearly as much money as Major League Baseball players. The Olympic Team that will compete in Beijing this year does get paid, more than the professional softball players, but again, not as much as the average Major League Baseball player. For example, Jennie Finch drives a van, NOT a Ferrari.
All professional hockey players get paid. They just make more money if they play in a world championship. They make more money from their basic salary and from endorsements of products. If they bet on the game they are playing in, they could be in trouble, because betting on the sport you are playing in is usually illegal.
WHL Players are not paid. Players are given small allowances not much more than $50 a day for food. Also players that have cars and can drive are provided with gas money but are responsible for picking up other players and bring them to practice and returning them home after.
I'm assuming you mean the Canadian junior WHL? If so, players in this league, as in all three Canadian junior leagues, are not pros and are not paid a salary, no matter what the NCAA would have you believe. The players are paid a standard allowance, their lodging is taken care of and so on. However, there is no salary structure for players as there is in the professional leagues.
I'm afraid that women rugby players do not get paid, therefore they are not professional as it seems they do not command a large enough audience. They are allowed to claim expenses but must do it for the love of the game & country.
i say soccer players cause they pay even for thier medical reasons and hockey does not and soccer gets paid because we play the whole year nonstop and we get paid everyday and more if they score
In the United States $550,000 is the minimum pay for pro hockey players, but most make at least 1 or 2 million or more. The most in the NHL today is $10,000,000.
Each NHL hockey player gets paid a different amount depending on their contract. In 2014, the salaries range from 9 million to 12 million for top players.
Soccer players are paid vastly more at the professional levels than rugby players