Jeremy Roenick

by Jack Ol 30 Dec,2016
Jeremy Roenick
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 1 Inch
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Jeremy Shaffer "J. R." Roenick
  • Birth Place Boston, Massachusetts,
  • Famous Name Jeremy Roenick
  • Net Worth $11.7 million
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Tracy Roenick (m. 1992)
  • Divorce N/A
  • Children 2

Hockey star Jeremy Roenick played the majority of his career in the NHL league. He is an American former professional ice hockey player. He performed for Chicago Blackhawks, Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings and San Jose. He also represented Team USA in various tournaments.

On Nov 10, 2007, he was the third American born player (after Joe Mullen and Mike Modano) who scored 500 goals.

Net worth in 2020

The former NHL player made huge earnings during his playing career and now works as a broadcaster to support his finance. He has an estimated net worth of about $40 million in 2020. As an NHL player, he earned $56,563,571 in 20 years playing for various teams.

His salary in the last season of his career in 2008 was reported to be $1,306,410.

Year Salary/ Earnings
2002 $8,000,000
2003 $7,500,000
2004 -
2005 $4,940,000
2006 $1,200,000
2007 $500,000
2008 $1,100,000

Roenick owned a house in Scottdale which he sold for $3.3 million in 2019. He had bought the mansion in 2008 for $3.8 million and sold with half a million short.

The 7,400-square-foot property was in the market from 2012.

Jeremy Roenick is a philanthropist. He believes in giving back to society. He collected funds and money for all types of charity across the country. 

Married to Tracy

The NBC Sports personality is married to his wife Tracy since 1992. The couple soon became friends and eventually started dating. They were engaged after Tracy graduated college and tied the knot at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston. They first met while Jeremy was 13 and freshman in the high school at Thayer Academy.

Jeremy Roenick and his wife Tracy SOURCE: Hitberry

Jeremy Roenick and his wife Tracy have two children. They have been named daughter Brandi and son Brett. It is about 25 years of their marriage and they are living happily as husband and wife. There are no rumors in the air about their separation.

Currently, they reside in Scottsdale, Arizona. Tracy is a passionate equestrian rider, owner and trainer. His nephew Chris Calnan is also a NHL player who started his career with Chicago Blackhawks.

Early Life and Professional Career

Jeremy Roenick was born on January 17, 1970. His place of birth was Boston, Massachusetts, the US. He is American. His ethnicity is white. His zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Jeremy Roenick started playing hockey from the age of four. He went to Thayer Academy, where he emerged as a successful hockey player. He started his NHL career with Chicago Blackhawks. On Oct 6, 1988, he made his NFL debut against the New York Rangers. He scored his first goal against the Minnesota North Stars on Feb 14, 1989. In 1989-90, he joined as a full-time player and helped Blackhawks to improve by 22 points to win the Norris Division title. He managed to score 26 goals and 66 points in a regular season. In 1991, he helped his team to win the President Trophy.

On August 16, 1996, Jeremy Roenick was picked by the Phoenix Coyotes and played 5 seasons of hockey with them. From 2001 to 2005, he played for Philadelphia Flyers.  While playing with Philadelphia, on July 2, 2001, he signed as a free agent with Philadelphia Flyers. From 2005 to 2006, he played for Los Angeles Kings. He also played for Phoenix Coyotes and San Jose Sharks.

On August 6, 2009, he took retirement from NHL and professional hockey. He finished his career by scoring 513 goals and 703 assists in 1363 games for the total of 1216 points.   

After retirement from his career, Jeremy Roenick made his debut as an analyst on TSN (a cable sports broadcast network in Canada). In 2007, he co-hosted two episodes of The Best Damn Sports, which aired on FOX Sports Net. He also served as the analyst for NBC for the network coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Recently, he was suspended by NBC for passing sexual and offensive comments about his coworkers Kathryn Tappen, Patrick Sharp, and Anson Carter

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