- Date of Birth
- Age 33 Years Old
- Famous Name Hayley Wickenheiser
- Country Canada CA
- Birth Name Hayley Wickenheiser
- Birth Place Canada
- Famous Name Hayley Wickenheiser
- Father Tom Wickenheiser
- Mother Marylyn Wickenheiser
- Net Worth $2 million
- Nationality Canadian
- Ethnicity Caucasian-White
Hayley Wickenheiser is a famous Canadian former ice hockey player and currently the Assistant Director of Player Development for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Hayley has been able to write her name in the pages of history as she was the first woman to play full-time professional hockey in a position other than goalie.
Hayley has spent her 23 years playing for Canada women's national ice hockey team. Later, on January 13, 2017, she announced her retirement. Further, on 23 years of her career, the former ice hockey player has been able to earn a huge net worth of almost $2 million.
Hayley Wickenheiser, a Single mother to a teenage son
Hayley Wickenheiser, 40, is current;y single and she has ended her relationship with her longtime boyfriend years ago. Hayley is the mother of a teenage child. However, Hayley was never a married woman. So what is the truth behind her child?
Hayley was in a long time relationship with her former boyfriend Tomas Pacina. Tomas was a father to an infant son Noah from his previous relationship. Hayley, however, accepted the child and took care of him as his own mother. Later, The couple got separated and the former Canadian player decided to adopt Noah. The ex-couple, both got the custody of their adopted child Noah Pacina.
On an interview, Hayley said that Noah is her passion, her love. The single mother of Noah has no plans of getting married now. However, her fans are demanding to see her exchange marriage vows. Unfortunately, The player lives a low maintained profile and does not share much on her social media.
Further, Hayley has not been part of any rumor and controversy. The 2007 Bobbie Rosenfeld Award winner Hayle, is currently focused on her current career as an Assistant Director and doesn't seem to be bored with her single life as she has her 17 years old son to give her company.
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Body Measurements of Hayley Wickenheiser
Hayley stands 1.78 meters tall in height (5 ft 9 in) with a perfectly maintained body that weighs about 121 lb (55 kg). Further her body measurements are 34-26-35. Besides, she has a bra size of 33B and shoe size is 6. Talking about her eyes, she has blue eyes and her hair color is blonde.
Hayley Wickenheiser's Net Worth in 2019; How much does she Earn in a Year?
Hayley Wickenheiser is a former Canadian ice hockey player, who has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2018. However, her net worth as of 2019 is yet to be disclosed. She also owns a Ford Limited SUV which costs around $28,000.
Payments to the players differ from each other on the basis of their skills, contributions and the contract. Some NHL hockey players earn around $15 million and some earn less. However, on average, a hockey player is paid $2.5 million annually.
Talking about non-professional ice hockey players, they bring almost $65,000 per year and the players playing in Olympic make around $100,000 per year depending on the country.
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Early Life of Hayley Wickenheiser
Hayley Wickenheiser was born on August 12, 1987, in Saskatchewan, Canada. She was born to her Canadian parents Tom Wickenheiser, father and Marylyn Wickenheiser, mother. Further, she has a brother, Ross Wickenheiser and sister Jane Wickenheiser.
Further, Hayley holds Canadian nationality and her ethnicity is Caucasian-White. Talking about her education, she attended The University of Calgary and Simon Fraser University. She has a degree in Kinesiology.
Hayley Wickenheiser Professional Career
At the age of 15, Hayley Wickenheiser was named to Canada's National Women's Team for the first time and she remained in the team till 2017. Hayley played her first-ever international tournament in the 1994 World Championship, held in New York. On the following match, Canada won gold.
Later, on her second World Championship in 1997, she also won a gold medal and earned a spot on the tournament All-Star team, the first of four such honors (1997, 1999, 2000, 2005). Hence, she was declared tournament MVP as she helped Canada gain one more gold medal.