Pavel Vladimirovich Bure Net Worth

Pavel Vladimirovich Bure Net Worth is
$1.2 Million

Pavel Vladimirovich Bure Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Pavel Vladimirovich Bure (Russian: ?????? ????????????? ?????, IPA: [?pav??l b??r?]; born March 31, 1971) is a retired Russian professional ice hockey right winger. Nicknamed "The Russian Rocket" for his speed, Bure played for 12 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers and New York Rangers. Trained in the Soviet Union, where he was known as "Pasha", he played three seasons with the Central Red Army team before his NHL career.Selected 113th overall in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft by Vancouver, he began his NHL career in 1991–92 and won the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league's best rookie before leading the NHL in goal-scoring in 1993-94 and helping the Canucks to the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals. After seven seasons with the Canucks, Bure was dealt to the Panthers, where he won back-to-back Rocket Richard Trophies as the league's leading goal-scorer (accomplished with Vancouver in 1993–94 as well, before the trophy's inauguration). Bure struggled with knee injuries throughout his career, resulting in his retirement in 2005 as a member of the Rangers, although he had not played since 2003. He averaged better than a point per game in his NHL career (779 points with 437 goals in 702 NHL games) and is third all-time in goals per game. After six years of eligibility, Bure was elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame in June 2012.Internationally, Bure competed for the Soviet Union and Russia. As a member of the Soviet Union, he won two silver medals and a gold in three World Junior Championships, followed by a gold and a silver medal in the 1990 and 1991 World Championships, respectively. After the Soviet Union was dissolved in 1991, Bure competed for Russia in two Winter Olympics, winning silver at the 1998 Games in Nagano as team captain and bronze at the 2002 Games in Salt Lake City. Following Bure's retirement in 2005, he was named the general manager for Russia's national team at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin. Bure was later recognized for his international career as a 2012 inductee in the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame.
IMDB Wikipedia

Full NamePavel Bure
Net Worth$68 million
Date Of BirthMarch 31, 1971
Place Of BirthMoscow, Russian SFSR, USSR [now Russia]
Height5' 10" (1.78 m)
ProfessionIce hockey player
SpouseAlina Khasanova, Jayme Bohn
ChildrenPalina Bure, Pavel Bure Jr.
ParentsTatiana Bure, Vladimir Bure
SiblingsValeri Bure
AwardsCalder Memorial Trophy, Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy
NominationsHart Memorial Trophy, Best NHL Player ESPY Award
MoviesNHL: Just Like Me: The Legends, The Next Gen
Star SignAries
1Retires after two years of unsuccessful rehabilitation of his right knee. Bure had 437 goals and 342 assists for 779 points in 12 seasons with the Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers, and New York Rangers. [October 2005]
2Failed the physical conducted by the New York Rangers team doctors, declared medically unable to play because of a damaged right knee. Out for the season. [September 2003]
3Won the following awards: Calder Memorial Trophy (1992) as best rookie and the Maurice Richard Trophy (2000 and 2001) for top goal scorer.
4His brother, Valeri Bure, assisted on 2 of Pavel's 3 goals in the 2000 NHL All-Star Game, setting a new mark for the most points by a brother combination in an All-Star Game (6: Pavel 3-1-4; Valeri 0-2-2). They were the 12th pair of brothers to play in the same All-Star Game and the 8th to play on the same team.
51999-2000: He and his brother, Valeri Bure, set a record for most goals by brothers in an NHL season with 93 (Valeri, 35; Pavel, 58), breaking the old mark of 88 set by Bobby Hull and Dennis Hull in 1968-1969.
6Had more goals (9) than any other player in the 1998 Winter Olympics.
7Bure's family made precious watches for the czars from 1815-1917. The dynasty's founder, Swiss-born Eduard Bure, is said to have been the first watchmaker to attach a tiny strap to a watch so that it could be worn on the wrist. Since 1996, Bure has attempted to resurrect the family business, presenting gold replicas of the company's last model to Boris Yeltsin, Victor Chernomyrdin and Yuri Luzhkov.
8Named after his great-grandfather, watchmaker to Czar Aleksandr III.
9Underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair a posterior tear of the medial meniscus. It was the second operation Bure has had on the knee in 4 years. [September 2002]
10Won bronze at the 2002 Winter Olympics and silver at the 1998 Winter Olympics.
11Rookie of the Year in 1992
12Led the Vancouver Canucks to within 1 game of the Stanley Cup Title in 94 before falling to the New York Rangers
13Led League in Goals in 94, 2000 and 2001
145 Time 50 Goal scorer 1993, 94, 98, 2002 and 2001
15Vancouver Canucks 1992-1998, Florida Panthers 1999-2002, New York Rangers 2002-present
16Drafted 6th round of the 1989 NHL Entry Draft, the 113th player taken overall, by the Vancouver Canucks from the Central Red Army in Russia.
17His father, Vladimir, competed as a swimmer for the Soviet Union in the Olympics, winning bronze in 1968 (4x200m freestyle) and 1972 (100m freestyle; 4x200m freestyle). He won 2 Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils in 2000 and 2003 as the team's fitness coach.
18Acquired from the Florida Panthers by the New York Rangers along with Florida's second round draft choice in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for Igor Ulanov, Filip Novak and the Rangers' first and second round draft choices in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft and a fourth round draft choice in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. [March 2002]
19Broke left wrist against the Dallas Stars. [January 2002]
20Traded to the Florida Panthers along with Bret Hedican, Brad Ference and Vancouver's third round draft choice in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft (Robert Fried), in exchange for Ed Jovanovski, Dave Gagner, Mike Brown, Kevin Weekes and Florida's first round draft choice in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft (Nathan Smith). [January 1999]
21Brother-in-law of Candace Cameron Bure.
22Mentioned as a menu item in "Due South" (1994) episode "Dead Men Don't Throw Rice" [Season 4 Episode #162; 12/8/1998]


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