Joe Nieuwendyk Net Worth

Joe Nieuwendyk Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Joe Nieuwendyk Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Joseph "Joe" Nieuwendyk (born September 10, 1966) is a Canadian former National Hockey League (NHL) player. He was a second round selection of the Calgary Flames, 27th overall, at the 1985 NHL Entry Draft and played 20 seasons for the Flames, Stars, New Jersey Devils, Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers. He is one of only ten players in NHL history to win the Stanley Cup with three different teams, winning titles with Calgary in 1989, Dallas in 1999 and New Jersey in 2003. A two-time Olympian, Nieuwendyk won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2002 winter games. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011 and his uniform number 25 was honoured by the Flames in 2014.An accomplished box lacrosse player, Nieuwendyk led the Whitby Warriors to the 1984 Minto Cup national junior championship before focusing exclusively on hockey. He played university hockey with the Cornell Big Red where he was a two-time All-American. He won the Calder Memorial Trophy as NHL rookie of the year in 1988 after becoming only the second first-year player to score 50 goals. He was a four-time All-Star, won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 1995 for his leadership and humanitarian work, was named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner in 1999 as most valuable player of the post-season. Nieuwendyk played 1,257 games in his career, scoring 559 goals and 1,126 points.Chronic back pain forced Nieuwendyk's retirement as a player in 2006. He then began a new career in management, acting first as a consultant to the general manager with the Panthers before moving onto the Maple Leafs where he was an assistant to the general manager. Nieuwendyk was the General Manager of the Dallas Stars between 2009 and 2013.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthSeptember 10, 1966
Place Of BirthOshawa, Ontario, Canada
Height6' 1" (1.85 m)
Star SignVirgo
1Named general manager of the Dallas Stars, replacing co-GMs Brett Hull and Les Jackson. Nieuwendyk, who played seven years with the Stars, had been the special assistant to the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. [May 2009]
2Retired from the NHL during the middle of the 2006 - 2007 season due to chronic back problems. [December 2006]
3(August 1) Signed a 2 year, $4.5 million contract with the Florida Panthers. [2005]
4Playing Hockey with New Jersey Devils [March 2002]
5Signed contract with the Florida Panthers (August 1st, 2005).
6Played on 1989 Calgary Flames, 1999 Dallas Stars and 2003 New Jersey Devils Stanley Cup Championship Teams
7His uncle, Ed Kea, played for the Atlanta Flames and the St. Louis Blues
8His cousin, Jeff Beukeboom, played for the Edmonton Oilers and the New York Rangers
9Of Dutch ancestry
10Children: daughter Tyra Joanne (b. 29 April 2001); son Jackson Johannes (b. 4 September 2002)
11Scored 500th goal (17 January 2003)
12Scored 1,000th point (23 February 2003)
13Won the Ivy League Rookie of the Year Trophy (1984-1985)
14Won the Dodge Ram Tough Award (1987-1988)
15Won King Clancy Trophy (1994-1995)
16Was named to the NCAA All-America East first team (1985-1986 and 1986-1987)
17Was named to the ECAC All-Star first team (1985-1986 and 1986-1987)
18Was named to NHL All-Rookie team (1987-1988)
19Was named NHL Rookie of the Year by THE SPORTING NEWS (1987-1988)
20Was named ECAC Player of the Year (1986-1987)
21Traded to New Jersey With Jamie Langenbrunner from Dallas for Jason Arnott, Randy McKay and a 2002 1st round draft pick
22Traded by the Flames to the Dallas Stars for C Corey Millen and rights to C/RW Jarome Iginla (December 19, 1995)
23Shares the NHL single-game record for most goals in one period-4 (Against the Winnipeg Jets, in the 2nd period, January 11, 1989).
24Played with Jarome Iginla for Team Canada at the 2002 Olympics, ironically enough Joe was traded for Jarome 6 years earlier
25Played on 1989 Calgary Flames and 1999 Dallas Stars Stanley Cup Championship Teams
26Played in the NHL All-Star Game (1988-1990 and 1994)
27He was winner of the 1999 Conn Smythe Trophy


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