Eric Lindros

John Max 06 Jun,2018

Facts of Eric Lindros

Birth Name
Eric Bryan Lindros
Famous Name
Eric Lindros
Married to
Kina Lamarche
Currently Married
2012 November 24
Bonnie Lindros
Carl Lindros
3 (Carl Pierre and twins children, Sophie  Ross and Ryan Paul)


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$30 million


Married to
Kina Lamarche
Currently Married
2012 November 24

Eric Bryan Lindros or famously known as Eric Lindros is a former Canadian professional ice hockey player who played as a  center field player during his career. He has played for several National Hockey League such as Philadelphia Flyers, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Dallas Stars.

Lindros has the net worth of $30 million in 2020. Furthermore, he is married and blessed with three children together with his spouse. 

How Much Is Eric Lindros Net worth As Of 2020

Eric Lindros's net worth as of 2020 his approximately $30 million

His annual salary was around $ 1,550,000 which he received playing for New York Rangers during 2006/07 season. His salary at the starting of his career in 1992 was $3,500,000. He was paid $8,500,000 in 1998 and 1999.

Year Salary
1992 $3,500,000
1993 $3,500,000
1994 $3,640,000
1995 $4,182,000
1996 $4,247,000
1997 $3,748,000
1998 $8,500,000
1999 $8,500,000

He then signed a 3-year contract extension with Rangers worth around $8 million in 2001 with the average salary of $2.7 million.

Year Salary
2001 $2,100,000
2002 $2,700,000
2003 $3,300,000

He signed with Toronto Maple Leafs for the 2005 season where he was paid 1,550,000 for a year.

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Eric Lindros' House Oxnard, California (CA), US SOURCE: Virtual Globetrotting

He also owns a house in Oxnard, California and his main residence is in New York City.

A noted philanthropist, he has donated and helped several charitable organizations such as the London Health Sciences Centre where he donated $5 million.

Eric Lindros Personal Life

He is married to his loving wife, Kina Lamarche who is from Quebec, Canada. The pair tied their wedding knot on November 24, 2012, in Quebec Canada.

Eric Lindros and wife Kina Lamarche with their children SOURCE:

She is a former president of Travelex, a foreign exchange company and is a businesswoman by profession.

The couple is blessed with three children,  son Carl Pierre and twins children, Sophie  Ross and Ryan Paul.

It was revealed that  Lindros has been in a relationship with Monika Schnarre and Kate Hudson.

One of the most exciting and talented ice hockey players of all time, the 46-year-old, Eric Lindros stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighs around 240 pounds.

Eric Lindros Bio and Early Career

Eric Lindros was born to Bonnie Lindros and Carl Lindros on February 28, 1973, in Ontario, Canada. Born to Canadian parents,  he holds Canadian nationality. He also has a brother named Brett Lindros and a sister named Robin Lindros.

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His brother Brett is also a former ice hockey player who played for New York Islanders.

Lindros grew up in Toronto. He had already made a name during his college years and immediately was noticed by NHL authorities and scouts.

His childhood idol was Mark Messier.

Eric Lindros’s Career

He was picked as the first in the overall selection in 1991 behind Peter Forsberg for the Quebec Nordiques and was selected by Canada in the 1992 Winter Olympic Games. He went on to earn a silver medal with the team.

Lindros was traded to Philadelphia Flyers in 1992 and was included in NHL All-Rookie Team.

He later signed with Maple Leafs in a one-year contract deal and went to play for NHL teams such as New York Rangers and Dallas Stars.

After years of playing and due to several injuries sustained, he officially announced his retirement on November 8, 2007. His career stats are: he appeared in 760 regular seasons in NHL games, had 865 points that include 372 goals and 493 assists.

His outstanding performances saw him be included in seven All-Star Games and went on to represent Canada in three Olympics competition.

He won the silver in 1992 and then ten years later won the gold medal in 2002 as part of the Canadian team at the Olympics team.

He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2016.

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