The cost of the lockout, listed by team

Not all teams have made public their plans for employees during the lockout, but here are those that have:

NHL: 20 percent pay cut and 4-day work weeks, beginning Oct. 1. (Source: Canadian Press.)

Boston Bruins. No layoffs planned. (Source: Multiple.)

Buffalo Sabres: No layoffs planned. (Source: Team officials to Scott Burnside.)

Calgary Flames: No layoffs planned, but some employees saw salary reductions effective Oct. 1. (Source: Calgary Sun.)

Chicago Blackhawks: No layoffs planned. (Source: Chicago Tribune.)

Columbus Blue Jackets: Executives and coaches had salary cuts of up to 50 percent, and scouts -- even those still scouting minor and junior leagues -- had a 30 percent salary cut. Other members of the front office had their salaries reduced 10 to 15 percent and have a four-day workweek. (Source: Columbus Dispatch.)

Detroit Red Wings: No layoff plans. (Source: Detroit Free Press.)

Florida Panthers: An undisclosed number of staffers were laid off. (Source: AP.)

Montreal Canadiens: Employees are on four-day workweeks. (Source: Multiple.)

Minnesota Wild: After Christmas, the 200-person staff will be put on four-day, 32-hour work weeks that will reduce salaries by 20 percent. (Source: Star-Tribune.)

Ottawa Senators: Staff laid off; some full-time staff put on four-day weeks. (Source: Multiple.)

Pittsburgh Penguins: No layoffs planned. (Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.)

St. Louis Blues: About 20 front-office employees laid off; remaining 75 employees took pay cuts or have switched to four-day work weeks. (Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch.)

Toronto Maple Leafs: No layoffs planned. (Source: Multiple.)

Vancouver Canucks: Employees are on four-day workweeks. (Source: Vancouver Province.)

Washington Capitals: No layoffs were planned. (Source: Washington Times.)

Winnipeg Jets: No layoffs planned. (Source: Multiple.)