Brian Leetch, born as Brian Joseph Leetch on March 3, 1968, is a retired American professional ice hockey player who played as defensemen in 18 NHL seasons during his career. The 49-years-old, Leetch, who won Norris Trophy as the NHL's best defenseman two times in 1992 and 1997, is a lovable husband of his wife, Mary Beth Leetch.
Brian, who shares his playing history with his teams New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Boston Bruins, shares 3 children with his wife. Everyone's interested to know about the married life of the couple and children. Let's know all about Brian Leetch's relationship details in this section.
The old-time couple Brian and Mary beside being true lovers are also secretive as they have not shared much about their love life. Well, the exact marriage date of the couple and their relationship beginning is not exposed yet.
However, their love can be seen growing a lot along with the passing time. Have a look.
Brian and his wife, Mary attending the 25th Great Sports Legends Dinner in New York
Surprisingly, Brian is not active in the social media, but the relationship of the couple is shining behind the eye of the public as they are free from the rumors and mishaps of divorce.
The low profile couple free from the records of past affairs is also parents to their 2 sons, Jack and Sean and a daughter, Riley Anne. The couple welcomed Jack in 2001, however, the detail of Riley and second son, Sean is behind the curtains. Brian currently lives with his family in New York.
Brian holding his second son, Sean
Source: The New York Times
Talking about his family, Brian has a younger brother, Eric who is in the army and a sister, Beth who is in the police.
Brian with his brother, Eric, and sister, Beth
Source: NY Daily
Well, let's wish them all happiness and move in to know more about Brian Leetch.
The longtime teammate of Mark Messier, Brin who is the second player after Bobby Orr, to win the Calder Trophy, the Norris Trophy and the Conn Smythe award got his jersey no. 2 retired on January 24, 2008, by the New York Rangers.
Brian is the fifth player to have his jersey number retired by the Rangers.They raised a banner next to those of Mark Messier and Mike Richter, the stellar defenseman's teammates on the 1994 Stanley Cup championship team.
Here is the video of the jersey retirement.
Gratitude to the legend!
During the All-Star Weekend ceremony in Los Angeles on January 27, 2017, Leetch was a part of the second group of players to be named one of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history, but regarding his recent professional life, Brain has not opened up anything.
So stay tuned for updates!