How Much Does Kyle Dubas Make?
Kyle Dubas makes $4 million annually. Kyle has been working for the Maple Leafs as general manager since 2018.
In 2014, Brendan Shanahan approached Kyle about joining the club in a 9-hour-long meeting. He was also working for the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League.
Kyle has served for 5 seasons as Maple Leaf's longest-serving general manager. He has been with the Leafs since 2014 and was named Assistant General Manager. He managed the player development department, Research & Development department, and player personnel.
His first move after holding the position was to hire UFA John Tavares for a 7-year $77M deal. He handed $40 million to the four players.
Contract, Yearly Bonus, and Income Breakdown
Kyle signed a five-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 37-year-old has helped every club he worked with his impressive body of work and smart tactics.
The world-class GM has worked in different positions for the NHL's most valuable franchise since 2014. Kyle has access to the company jet.
In June 2020, he had a face-off match with the James Duthie team for $60,000 in donations to local charities. TPC Toronto and Humeniuk Foundation added $350,000 in donations for COVID-19 relief efforts.
The average salary of hockey managers is $2 million in US and Canada from which they have to 48.3% pay average federal tax.