Daniel Briere

PSR 02 Aug,2019


Daniel Briere is a former professional ice hockey player and executive.  He was drafted in the first round of the 1996 NHL Entry Draft by the Phoenix Coyotes. Apart from that, he also played for the Buffalo Sabres, Philidelphia Flyers, Montreal Canadiens, and Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey LeagueCurrently, he stands as the Special Assistant to the General Manager for the Philadelphia Flyers.

This Stanley Cup winner is currently living a happy life with his wife Misha Harrell. Besides, the duo has 3 grown-up sons, Carson, Caelan, and Cameron. Among them, Carson Briere is also a professional hockey player.

Daniel Briere Net Worth, Contract, Salary, Cap Hit, Signing Bonus

Daniel Briere has an estimated net worth of almost $35 million putting him in the top 30 highest-earning players in the NHL. During his 16-season playing career, he earned total career earnings of $70 million.

Daniel Daniel Briere has an estimated net worth of $35 million.  SOURCE: Instagram- @dannybriere48

Talking about the highest-paid NHL players, Wayne Gretzky comes in first place with a stunning net worth of $200 million. Similarly, Mario Lemieux holds the second position with a net worth of $150 million and Pavel Bure lies in the third position with $70 million as his net worth.

Year Team Total Earnings

Phoenix (3 years)

Buffalo (3 years)

Philadelphia (3 years)

2010-2011 Philadelphia  $7,000,000
2011-2012 Philadelphia  $7,000,000
2012-2013 Philadelphia  $7,000,000
2013-2014 Philadelphia  $833,333
2013-2014 Colorado  $4,000,000
2014-2015 Philadelphia  $833,333
2014-2015 Buffalo Sabres $4,000,000
2015-2016 Philadelphia  $833,333
2016-2017 Philadelphia  $833,333
Total seasons: 17   Total: $70 million

Further, Daniel Briere signed a 2-year / $8,000,000 contract with the Montreal Canadiens, including an annual average salary of $4,000,000 and a signing bonus of $ 4,00,000, in the year 2013.

Daniel Briere Wife, Misha Harrel: Briere's Wedding, Married Life, Family Life, and Children

Daniel Briere is currently married to his second wife Misha Harrel in the late '90s. The marriage took place in a private ceremony in front of very few guests and family members. Although Daniel is a celebrity, he doesn't talk about his personal life in front of the public and media. Both couples are engaged in their professional career. Like Daniel is a former professional ice hockey player, his wife, Misa is a flight surgeon in the US Air Force and she has seen real battlefield action.

Daniel and his wife, Misha SOURCE: Instagram

Besides, the duo is blessed with 3 sons; Carson, who is also a hockey player, Caelan, and Cameron Briere.  Daniel hasn't mentioned the date of birth of his children, however, the three of them except Caiden Brier are expected to be in their mid-late teen years.

Daniel Briere Ex-Wife, Sylvie Briere: Briere's Failed relationship With Sylvie

Apart from that, Daniel was previously married to Sylvie Briere and the details regarding the marriage are yet to be discovered. Unfortunately, the duo ended their relationship in the late '90s due to some unknown reasons. Briere had fellow Flyer Claude Giroux as a housemate in 2011; when Giroux moved out after the 2011 season, Flyers rookie and fellow French-Canadian Sean Couturier moved in.

Daniel Briere Early Life, Family, Height, and Weight

Daniel Briere was born on October 6, 1977, in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada as Daniel Jean-Claude Briere. Growing up, Daniel attended Collège Saint-Alexandre, a private high school in Gatineau. Apart from that, Daniel holds Canadian nationality and is of white ethnicity. During his teenage periods, he used to play minor hockey leagues with the local teams.

Danny Danny Briere stands at 5 feet 9 inches. SOURCE: Instgram- @dannybriere48

Daniel Briere stands at a perfect height of 5 feet 9 inches and has a bulky body that weighs about 174 lbs (79 kg). Besides, talking about his appearance, he has a fair skin tone and a pair of brown eyes followed by black hair.

Daniel Briere Professional Career

After graduating from major junior, Brière split his first four seasons in the NHL between the Coyotes and their American Hockey League(AHL) affiliate, the Springfield Falcons. In his first professional season in 1998, he recorded 92 points in 68 games and was awarded the Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award as the top rookie, as well as being named the AHL's First Team All-Star center.

Besides, Daniel also appeared in the 1994 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament, a highly competitive under-18 event not directly sanctioned by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).


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