- Date of Birth
- Age 24 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country Canada CA
- Birth Name John Quenneville
- Birth Place Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- Famous Name John Quenneville
- Horoscope Aries
- Father Andre
- Net Worth $1 million
- Salary $750,000
- Past Team New Jersey Devils
- Contract 2 year / $1,500,000
- Career Earnings $1,196,589
- Position in Team Center
- Current team Chicago Blackhawks
- Nationality Canadian
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Ice-hockey player
- Currently Working For Chicago Blackhawks
John Quenneville is a professional Ice hockey player who currently plays as a defense for the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was first selected by the New Jersey Devils in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft as a first-round (30th overall) pick and played for the team until 2019.
As of 2019, John has an estimated net worth over $1 million and has earned $1,196,589 in his entire career playing three seasons in NHL. Below here are the details about John's personal life, relationship status, and professional career.
John Quenneville Earnings; How much is his Net Worth?
As per the reports, John has an estimated net worth over $1 million. Also, he has accumulated $1,196,589 as entire career earnings. Besides, he earns $750,000 as an average annual salary from his team, Chicago Blackhawks.
He signed two years/ $1,500,000 deal which includes $1,500,000 as a guaranteed amount.
John's career contract and earnings:
|2016-2017||New Jersey Devils||$842,500|
|2017-2018||New Jersey Devils||$184,745|
|2018-2019||New Jersey Devils||$169,344|
Moreover, Quenneville will earn a base salary of $700,000, while carrying a cap hit of $750,000 in the 2019-2020 season. Additionally, he is among the least paid player of Chicago Blackhawks while Jonathan Toews, Brandon Saad is the highest earner of the team with an annual salary of $10,500,000 and $6,000,000 respectively.
- Drafted by New Jersey (NJ): Round 1 (#30 overall) on JUN 27 2014
- Signed a three year $2.5275 million contract with New Jersey (NJ) on JUL 13 2015
- Traded to Chicago (CHI) from New Jersey (NJD) for John Hayden on JUN 22 2019
- Signed a two year $1.5 million contract extension with Chicago (CHI) on JUN 28 2019
Is John Quenneville in a Relationship? Know about his Personal Life in details
Until now, the rumors about John being in a relationship is never surfaced in the media. Additionally, the 23-year-old rising NHL star seems to be focused on his career, and this might be the reason why he is not involved in love affairs.
Well, the information about his relationship status will gradually come up in the media once he starts to gain popularity in the hockey world.
John, who is famous in the real world, is yet to gain popularity in social media like Instagram and Twitter. Besides, his social media depict that he has a good social life as he never misses a chance to spend some of his quality time with his friends.
John Quenneville Body Measurement (Height and Weight)
John stands in the height of 6 ft 1 in (185 cm) and weighs around 195 lb (88 kg; 13 st 13 lb).
John Quenneville Early Life, Bio, Family, and Childhood
John was born on April 16, 1996, under the influence of the star sign Aries. Additionally, he was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, which makes him a Canadian by birth. Moreover, he was born to Andre, but the details about his mother are still out of reach of media. Also, John belongs to the ethnic group of white.
John grew up along with his siblings Peter Quenneville and David Quenneville who is also a professional Ice-hockey player. As a Junior, John played in the Western Hockey League and was drafted by the Brandon Wheat Kings as a 3rd round (54th overall) pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.
John Quenneville Professional Career
As of 2019, John currently plays for the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League (NHL). Also, he was first selected by the New Jersey Devils in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft as a first-round (30th overall) pick.
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Further, he played for the Devils until 2019 and was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for John Hayden on June 22, 2019. Furthermore, he made his NHL debut on December 1, 2016, against the Chicago Blackhawks and scored his first goal on March 21, 2017, playing against New York Rangers.