Ken Morrow

by Jack Ol 30 Dec,2016
Ken Morrow
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 4 Inch
Weight in KG 93 kg kg
Personal Info
  • Birth Name Kenneth Arlington Morrow
  • Net Worth Unknown
  • Currently Married Unknown
  • Birth Country Flint, Michigan
  • Famous Name Ken Morrow
  • Nationality American
  • Affair with Unknown
  • Ethnicity White

Kenneth Arlington Morrow a.k.a. Ken Morrow is a retired ice hockey defenseman who played his entire NHL career for New York Islanders since his NHL draft in 1979 until 1989. Currently, he stands as the New York Islanders' director of pro scouting. Also a member of the United States Hockey Hall of Fame, Morrow played 550 regular-season games in the NHL between 1980 and 1989.

Ken Morrow was born as Kenneth Arlington Morrow on October 17, 1956, in Flint, MI, USA. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. His zodiac sign is Libra. 

Relationship Status: Married; Who is his Wife?

Ken Morrow is married to his wife Barbara since 1980, some months before the 1980 Winter Olympics. His wife Barbara is from Toronto and the couple went to Barbara's hometown for a honeymoon for a day. The couple has been now married for around four decades.

He currently lives in Kansas City, KS with his wife, Barbara. They have two daughters, one son and five grandchildren. Ken enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, exercising, riding bikes and although he travels quite a bit for work, there are still many parts of the US he wants to see.

He stands 6 feet and 4 inches, which is around 193 cm and weighs around 93 kg. 

Ken Morrow Salary and Net worth

The former Islanders defense played in the NHL for a decade through which he earned millions of dollars. Besides, he also played for the national team of the United States and might have received an additional amount in reward for winning the gold medal in the Olympics.


After completing his graduation from Davison High School, Ken Morrow attended Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. He was a star defenseman at Bowling green.

Ken Morrow Career

In 1978, he represented Team USA at the 1978 Ice Hockey World Championship. He also played in the 1980 Winter Olympics and led his team to win the gold medal.

In 1976, Ken Morrow landed his steps at NHL. He started his career with New York Islanders. In 1980, he helped his team to win the Stanley Cup. He was the first player who won Olympic gold and an NHL Championship in the same season. During 1980-83, he went through with arthroscopic surgeries. Eventually, due to continuing knee problems, he was forced to retire from his professional career. Numerous awards have honored him for his achievements. 

After being a popular celeb of hockey, Ken Morrow never gained limelight for his hooks up and breaks ups. He never flashed his personal matter among his fans. According to the media, he is a married man. He has a wife. He has children too.

After taking a retirement due to permanent injuries, he got inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1995. Since 1993, he has been the director of Pro scouting for Isles. He also worked as an Islanders coach for a season. In 1990-91, he was an associate coach of the Intl. Hockey League and worked as an assistant coach of the IHL Flint Spirits in 189-90. On Dec 31, 2011, he inducted into the New York Islanders Hall of the Fame. He has never been the part of the controversy. 

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