- Famous Name
- Birth Name Manon Rhéaume
- Birth Place Beauport, Quebec, Canada
- Famous Name Manon Rhéaume
- Birth Date February 24, 1972 (age 47)
- Father Pierre Rhéaume
- Mother Nicole Rhéaume
- Net Worth $1 Million
- Height 5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
- Nationality Canadian
- Past married if any Gerry St. Cyr
- Divorce Yes
Manon Rheaume is a Canadian former ice hockey player who last played for the Tampa Bay Lightning as their goaltender. Besides, she also played in Olympic games representing Canadian National Team where she won silver in 1998 Winter Olympics and also a gold medal in the 1992 IIHF Women's World Championship.
Manon Rheaume, who is the First woman to play in a National Hockey League game, has the net worth of around $1 million as of 2019 and if you wish to know further details regarding her income and personal life just scroll down.
Is Manon Rheaume Married or Divorced? Her Personal Details
Manon Rheaume, after her divorce with the first husband, has married for the second time. Earlier, Rheaume was married to her then fellow mate Gerry St. Cyr. After some time, they both got divorced but the exact information regarding the matter is not yet disclosed.
Her former husband Gerry is a former Canadian roller-hockey player and was also the teammate of Manon.
Manon and her husband share a son named Dylan who is around 20 years old currently. Like his mother, Dylan is a goaltender with USA Hockey’s National Development Team Program.
Manon Rheaume, after her divorce with Gerry, married her second spouse with whom she has a son named Dokada who is 12 years old. He also plays hockey as a forward.
Manon has mentioned in some of her interviews that in her childhood she was not allowed to play hockey and she learned hockey by practicing with her brothers. She is also considered a tough and talented player and is also the first female to play in the male NHL team.
Despite the difficulties, she managed to enter the hockey playing career. Manon is also involved in charity works and has founded Rhéaume Foundation which provides scholarships for the young women.
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Manon Rheaume Body Measurements (Height, Weight, and Age)
Manon Rheaume the most talented and energetic former Canadian ice hockey goaltender has a height of around 1.7 meters (5 feet 5 inches) along with a weight of 59 kilograms (130 lbs). Currently, she is 47 years old.
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How much is Manon Rheaume's Net Worth? Her Career Earnings
There is no exact information regarding the net worth of Manon Rheaume but some of the websites reported that her net worth is approximated to be around $1 million.
She is a retired player so it is not convenient to claim her salary but there are some of the reports which publish the average salaries of female ice hockey players. The average salary of the female ice hockey players is estimated at around $10,000.
In addition to this, players earn some extra sum of money from various advertisements/endorsements and sponsorships. Besides, she is involved in several TV shows and movies which is also an important source of her income.
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Manon Rheaume Early Life, Family, And Education
Manon Rheaume was born to parents Pierre Rheaume and Nicole Rheaume on February 24, 1972,
Manon Rheaume's Professional Ice Hockey Career
Manon Rheaume is a famous ice hockey player who played in several tournaments and leagues like QMJHL, IHL, WWHL, Austria, RHI, ECHL, WCHL, and NHL as well. The list of some of the teams she played in her career is listed below:
- Trois-Rivières Draveurs
- Atlanta Knights
- Las Vegas Thunder
- Flint Generals
- Port Huron Icehawks
- Sacramento River Rats
- Tallahassee Tiger Sharks
- Nashville Knights
- Tampa Bay Lightning (preseason)
She is also the first woman player to play in the Québec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). where she played for the Trois-Rivières Draveurs. In addition to this, Manon is also the first woman player to play in the National Hockey League (NHL).
Besides, her ice hockey club career, she played for her Canadian National Team and her team is also the winner of 1994 IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championships and gold medalist in the 1998 Olympics.