MacKenzie Weegar is a Canadian professional ice hockey player who plays in the National Hockey League (NHL). As of 2019, MacKenzie Weegar currently plays for the Florida Panthers as their Defence.
Playing as a Defence, MacKenzie Weegar reportedly earns around $900,000 as his yearly salary from Florida Panthers. Further, MacKenzie Weegar has an estimated net worth of over $2 million.
As of 2019, MacKenzie Weegar has an estimated net worth of over $2 million which is same as that of Nicolas Deslauriers. He reportedly signed a one year contract worth of $900,000 contract with Florida Panthers.
MacKenzie has an average salary of $900,000 annually and so far he has made earnings of $2,375,000 from his entire NHL career.
Let's have a look at his total estimated career earnings until now:
As this is the last year of his current contract, he will reportedly receive a new contract with higher salary and earnings.
Information regarding the relationship status of MacKenzie is yet not disclosed on media. Besides, Weegar hasn't shared anything about his probable wife/girlfriend on his social accounts.
MacKenzie has kept his personal life low-profile and he hasn't shared much about his love life with the general public.
MacKenzie Weegar is a career-focused man and always stays away from rumors and controversies so he might not have shared about his girlfriend with anyone.
So far there is no news which can confirm that Mackenzie is a married man or has a girlfriend. Despite his playing career, he is also a popular social media star celebrity who has a huge number of fan following on his official social accounts.
Weegar has a charming personality along with a height of 6 feet and a weight of 96 kilograms and has brown hair color.
MacKenzie Weegar was born on January 7, 1994, in Nepean, Ontario, Canada but the details regarding his parents, the family is not available on media.
As per his nationality, he is Canadian and belongs to the White ethnic group and his star sign is Capricorn.
Mackenzie Weegar started his NHL career after being drafted in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft by the Florida Panthers. In addition to this, he also played in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, ECHL, and American Hockey League.
His debut was against Montreal Canadiens and later signed a two-way contract on August 3, 2017, for one year. After that, he scored a goal against Matt Murray, goaltender of the Pittsburgh Penguins on October 20, 2017, and the game ended in a tie.