Ryan Whitney is a former American ice hockey player. He participated in many international ice hockey events for the USA and upheld the dignity of the nation. He played for the USA national team in the men’s ice hockey tournament at the 2010 Winter Olympics and won the bronze medal. His dazzling career made him a famous, wealthy, and honored man. Are you curious about Ryan Whitney’s career earnings like other NHL fans? This article will tell you all about his career history, family, salary, and net worth.
Ryan Whitney’s Net Worth and Salary
Now the total worth of this retired NHL player is $12 million. The huge earnings from NHL contracts led him to a millionaire life. Most of the earnings of his life came from ice hockey, and the rest are from his post-retirement activities. His yearly salary was $4 million.
Profile- Age, Height, and Weight
Ryan Whitney is 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 209 lbs. His age is 38 years now. His playing position in the field of Ice Hockey was Tight end. Being in this position, he helped his team win many matches. He wore jersey numbers 6 and 19.
Early Life and Education
Ryan Whitney was born in Scituate, Massachusetts, on February 19, 1983.
|Profession||Ice Hockey player|
|Mother Name:||Jody Newman|
|Father Name:||Lee Whitney|
|Children/Son:||Ryde Whitney and Wyatt Whitney|
|Birth Place:||Scituate, Massachusetts, United States|
|Height:||6 feet 4 inches|
|Current Age:||38 years|
|Jersey Number:||6 and 19|
- Father: Lee Whitney
- Mother: Jody Newman
- Brother: His brother Sean was also an ice hockey player. He played at Cornell University from 2008 to 2012.
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In his minor career in ice hockey, he played in the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament. He played in the Thayer Academy (TA) in Braintree, Massachusetts. He also played in the USA Hockey National Team Development Program. Whitney passed college life with the Boston University (BU) in Boston, Massachusetts. Here he played for the Boston University Terriers men’s ice hockey team. In his college career, he earned the honor of the 2002 Hockey East All-Rookie Team,
In the 2002 NHL Entry Draft, Pittsburgh Penguins took him in 5th overall.
Ryan Whitney Contract Extension With NHL Teams
Ryan Whitney started his professional NHL career in 2004, and his career ended in 2015. In his professional NHL career, he represented:
- Pittsburgh Penguins
- Anaheim Ducks
- Edmonton Oilers
- Florida Panthers HC Sochi
- Modo Hockey
His NHL debut was with the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 2005–06 seasons. He played for this team till 2008–09. In the same season, with a trade deal, he became part of the Anaheim Ducks and continued for two seasons till 2009-10. The next season he became a member of the Edmonton Oilers. He ran after the puck with this team till 2012–13 seasons. The last team of his NHL career was the Florida Panthers. He played for this team till 2013–14.
Besides NHL, he played for the AHL team Wilkes–Barre/Scranton Penguins (from 2003–04 to 2005–06 and in 2008–09), San Antonio Rampage (in 2013–14 HC Sochi of KHL in 2014–15), Modo Hockey of SHL (in 2015–16).
On September 20, 2015, via Twitter, he declared his retirement from professional ice hockey.
In the NHL, he played a total of 481 games and scored 50 goals and 209 assists. His other career statistics are PTS: 259, PS: 39.3, PIM: 383, SH: 705, GWG: 5, TOI: 23:07, CF: 44.5%, and oZS: 50.2%.
Achievements and Awards
Ryan Whitney decorated the table of his achievements with the flowers of success. He was part of the All-Hockey East Rookie Team in 2002, along with Mike Morris. He made his position on the NHL YoungStars Team in 2007.
Ryan Whitney’s Wife and Kids
Whitney entered conjugal life with Bryanah Bascon. He married her in 2017. The family of Ryan and Bryanah was extended with the two children. They are two sons Ryde Whitney (born in 2017) and Wyatt Whitney (born in 2020).
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