Grant Scott Fuhr former NHL (National Hockey League) goaltender also served as the Arizona Coyotes' head coach in the past. He broke down barriers and achieved many firsts for his hometown hockey players in the NHL.
Notably, he was the first to hoist the coveted Stanley Cup and the first to receive the prestigious honor of being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. His accomplishments have inspired many players of the generations.
Grant Fuhr married three different women in his lifetime; Corine Fuhr in 1983, and the relationship was validated till 1989 much is not known about their divorce. Jill Fuhr in 1990 which validated only for 3 years, led to divorce because of some personal reasons.
Fuhr is currently married to Lisa Fuhr. The couple walked down the aisle in 2014. Much information is not known about their relationship as per the sources.
However, he has 4 children; Rochelle Fuhr, RJ Fuhr, Kendyl Fuhr, and Janine Fuhr from his first two wives but individual information about their mother is not yet disclosed.
Scott Fuhr has earned most of his wealth from his professional career. As per the sources he has an estimated net worth of around $2 million.
Fuhr lives his lavish lifestyle together with his family, a longtime inhabitant of the desert. Fuhr was hired as director of golf by the Canadian firm that acquired Desert Dunes Golf Club in Desert Hot Springs.
Grant Scott was born on September 28, 1962, in Spruce, Grove, Canada. He is an adopted child to Betty Wheeler and Robert Fuhr. Fuhr's biological parents are said to be Afro-Canadian and Enoch Cree Nation migrated.
In the mid of 1970s, Fuhr played for the Enoch Tomahawks hockey team. Fuhr's mother came from Enoch Cree Nation.
Fuhr was selected for the 1984 Canada Cup roster, but owing to an injury, he saw little action during the competition. Fuhr was chosen once more in the 1987 Canada Cup, to represent Canada. He established himself as one of the top goalies in the game at this point.
Throughout the three-game championship, Fuhr blocked shot after shot while competing against a formidable Soviet Union team. He competed for Canada and earned a silver medal at the 1989 World Championships.
Fuhr was a six-time All-Star, and in 2003, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Additionally, Fuhr has won the Stanley cup for 5 times.
On July 22, 2004, Fuhr was appointed as the Phoenix Coyotes' goaltending coach. Fuhr retained the job until the conclusion of the 2008–09 campaign, at which point Sean Burke took his place. In the 2000–2001 and 2001–2002 seasons, he held a similar position with the Calgary Flames.
As per his Facebook account, he's currently the CEO of Grant Fuhr's 31 Facebook page which is raising awareness and achievements received by Fuhr himself.
Reportedly in 2015, Fuhr was seen collaborating for his biography with Bruce Dowbiggin, Grant Fuhr: The Story of a Hockey Legend