Catherine Michelle "Cammi" Granato is a former American ice hockey player who served as the captain of U.S. Women's hockey team. She is one of the first women to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in November 2010. Under her captainship, the U.S. Women's hockey team won a gold medal in the 1998 Winter Olympics. She has also played for Providence Friars (ECAC), Concordia Stingers (CIS).
The estimated net worth of Cammi Granato is around a range of $10 million as in 2019.
Who is Cammi Granato's Husband? Know about her Spouse, Family, and Personal Life
Cammi Granato is spending a happy married life with her husband Ray Ferraro in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Cammi got married to her boyfriend after being in an affair for a very long time in 2004.
Her husband Ray Ferraro is a former Canadian NHL star.
The Couple has two sons, Riley and Reese, born on December 2006 and December 2009 respectively. Further, she is stepmom of Matt and London, Ferraro's sons from his first marriage. His son London is a Canadian-American professional ice hockey center.
Earlier, Cammi's husband Ray Ferraro was married to Tracey Ferraro who is also his high school sweetheart but later they got divorced but the exact reason for their divorce is still a mystery.
Previously, he was married to his high school sweetheart Tracey Ferraro. Further, Ray has 2 sons from his previous relationship, Matt, born in 1988, and Landon, born in 1991.
They both seem to be spending their married life happily since any updates and news about any disputes and misunderstanding between them is not yet reported on any media or portal. Currently, Cammi and her husband are living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
What is the Height, Weight, and Age of Cammi Granato?
Cammi Granato is 5 feet and 7 inches tall in height (1.7 meters) and weighs 64 kg(141 lbs). She is currently 48 years old.
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How Much is Cammi Granato's Net worth? His Salary and Earnings
Cammi Granato has an estimated net worth of about $10 million in 2019. Cammi Granato had played several championships in her career.
The exact information regarding her annual income/salary and career earnings is not yet disclosed on the media but as a whole, the female professional ice hockey earns an annual average salary of between $10,000 to $26,000 as reported by the media.
Granato has been in professional ice hockey career for a very long so it can be said that she has made a satisfactory amount of money which helps her live a lavish life.
Cammi Granato's Early life and Education
Catherine Michelle "Cammi" Granato is famously known as Cammi Granato was born on March 25, 1971, in Downers Grove, Illinois, the USA to the parents Don and Natalie Granato. She belongs to the White ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Further her star sign is Aries. She is one of the six children to her parents with four brothers and one sister.
She attended the Downers Grove North High School, Downers Grove, USA. After attending high school she enrolled at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
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Cammi Granato's Professional Ice Hockey Career
Cammi Granato played for the U.S. Women hockey national team from 1990 to 2005. She played in almost every world championship for the United States from the inaugural events in her playing career. In 1996, she was named United States Women's Player of the Year.
Further, under the captainship of Cammi, the U.S. Women's hockey team won the gold medals in the Winter Olympics of 1998. She is the team's all-time leading scorer. She was unexpectedly cut off from the U.S. National Team before the Turin, Italy 2006 Olympics.
Cammi has also played hockey in Montreal, Quebec, Canada for Concordia University. She also played in National Women's Hockey League(NWHL) for the Vancouver Griffins, a professional women's ice hockey team.
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Cammi is also a rinkside reporter for NBC's NHL coverage. She served as a color commentator for NBC's coverage of women's ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. In 1998, She served as the color commentator for Los Angeles Kings radio broadcasts.