The price value shown on coinmarketcap is always the price of the asset being priced in the base currency that is implied by the volume weighted price displayed at the top. The asset being priced in your example is bitcoin and the base currency is dollars, as you can see at the top of your screen. So all the displayed prices are the price of bitcoin in dollars.
So that particular entry is saying that the price the CAN/BTC pair is trading at on Kucoin implies that BTC is worth $927.63. This indicates that this particular market is somewhat crazy (and/or there's no way to reliably determine what CAN is worth), which is not that unusual with markets that have very low volume and very volatile assets.
Coinmarketcap weights prices by volume, so this particular data point is contributing negligibly to the displayed price of bitcoin.