|Date of Birth:||1956, July 17|
|Age:||64 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
|Birth Name||Bryan John Trottier|
|Birth Place||Val Marie, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Famous Name||Bryan Trottier|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Weight||195 lb (88 kg; 13 st 13 lb)|
|Profession||Former Ice-hockey player|
|Married to||Jennifer Trottier|
Bryan Trottier is a former Canadian professional Ice hockey player who played for the teams New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins. Additionally, he also has served as an assistant coach for the teams Pittsburgh Penguins, Buffalo Sabres and Colorado Avalanche after his retirement.
Bryan, who played for 18 seasons in NHL, has an estimated net worth over $2 million which is entirely generated form his career. Also, Trottier has collected $3,040,000 as entire career earnings. Besides, he is a married man, and currently, Trottier is happily married to his wife, Jennifer Trottier.
As per the reports, Bryan holds a net worth over $2 million, which is solely generated from his professional career. Also, he accumulated $3,040,000 as entire playing career earnings.
Moreover, he also worked as an assistant coach after his retirement. In particular, the assistant coach is NHL is expected to earn between $150,000 and $200,000 as an annual salary.
Bryan's Salary and Career earnings:
Soon after he retired from NHL in 1994, the former Islander and Penguin filed for bankruptcy, nearly $10 million in doubt while claiming to have only $150,000 to his name. A big reason for his poor financial status had to do with a failed ice-rink business that he opened in Long Island.
He reportedly came back to track after he started his coaching career.
Besides, the details about his assets, including cars and house are not in the media yet.
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The 63-year-old Bryan is currently married to his second wife Jennifer Trottier. Trottier reportedly started dating his girlfriend Jennifer after his divorce with the first wife and tied the knot in the late 1990s probably in 1998.
Bryan Trottier has four children from his first with and is raising them together with his current wife Jennifer, however, the details about his first wife in not available. The couple reportedly got a divorce in the mid-1990s after Bryan went bankrupt.
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The couple lives in Florida with their 4 children, Lindsey Trottier, Christian Trottier, Tayler Trottier, Bryan Trottier Jr. Besides, the detailed information about Bryan's children is not in the media yet.
As per some source, his son Christian Trottier is following his path as he is currently an NHL prospect of Pittsburgh Stealth. In addition, Bryan likes to remain out of the limelight, and this might be the reason why there is very few information about his personal life.
Bryan stands in the height of 5 ft 11 in (180 cm) and weighs around 195 lb (88 kg; 13 st 13 lb).
Bryan was born on July 17, 1956, in Val Marie, Saskatchewan, Canada. Reportedly, he was born as a Bryan John Trottier and grew up along with his four siblings; one older sister Carol, and three younger siblings, Kathy, Monty, and Rocky. Further, the detailed information about his father and mother is not in the media yet.
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Bryan holds dual nationality of the United States and Canada as he has played for both the countries in International level. Also, Trottier belongs to the ethnic group of white. Further, he was born under the zodiac sign, Cancer.
Bryan is a retired Canadian professional Ice-hickey player who played in NHL for 18 seasons. In his long NHL career, he has played for the teams like New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins. Also, With six points in a single period (four goals and two assists), he holds the NHL record for points. Moreover, Bryan is one of the NHL players who have managed to score five goals in multiple games.
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Apart from playing, he also worked as an assistant coach, serving the teams like Pittsburgh Penguins, Buffalo Sabres and Colorado Avalanche. Besides, Bryan's name is registered in the list of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history in 2017. He was also honored with Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997.