|Date of Birth:||1992, December 12|
|Age:||26 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Birth Name||Austin Czarnik|
|Famous Name||Austin Czarnik|
|Birth Place||Washington Township, Michigan,|
|Currently Working For||Clagery Flames|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
|Weight in KG||87 kg|
|Married to||Rachel Reister (Fiance)|
Austin Czarnik is a professional ice hockey player, who plays as a center for the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League (NHL). Besides, this undrafted player has also played in the NHL with the Boston Bruins.
Apart from that, Austin recently married his long-time girlfriend, Rachel Reister. How was their wedding? Well, want to know more about Austin's all inside out? Then stick with us till we introduce Austin to you.
Austin Czarnik has an estimated net worth of almost $2.5 million. As per his wiki, he has an annual salary of $125,000 as of 2019. Most recently, he has signed a contract with the Calgary Flames and the details are yet to be disclosed.
|2015-16||Boston Bruins||$2 million|
|2016-17||Boston Bruins||$2.2 million|
|2018-19||Calgary Flames||$1.25 million|
|2019-20||Calgary Flames||$1.25 million|
|Total: $8 million (Approx)|
Besides, throughout his career, he has made total career earnings of more than $10 million. Apart from that, alone in the year 2018-19, he earned about $2.5 million.
On July 1, 2018, having seen his career stall within the Bruins organization, Czarnik left as a free agent and secured a one-way, two-year, $2.5 million contract with the Calgary Flames Further, we currently don't have any records of his properties and other assets.
Talking about the earnings of Austin's teammate, Johnny Gaudreau stands in the first place with an annual salary of almost $6.75 million. Likewise, the second position is occupied by Mark Giordano with an annual salary of $6.7 million and the third position is owned by Sean Monahan, with an annual salary of $6.3 million.
Austin Czarnik recently got married to his fiance, Rachel Reister. The duo tied a knot on July 16, 2019. As per Austin's new fiance, she met Austin met in December of 2015, through a mutual friend.
The engagement took place on July 11, 2019. Austin announced his happiness through his twitter by posting a picture captioned:
This Weekend I married my best friend! It was such an amazing day and we want to thank everyone for their support especially our families! I love you rae! @rachel_reister.
Rachel also added, Austin was living in Providence, RI and was traveling home for a vacation. Although he had limited time, he asked Rachel to go out on a movie date. As per Rachel, it was the best movie date she ever had before.
Gradually, the duo developed chemistry between them and now they are happily married. Fans are looking forward to their marriage but the duo hasn't confirmed anything officially yet.
Furthermore, Austin has a clear past record and isn't involved in any affairs. Further, he has also not been part of any rumor or controversy.
Austin Czarnik stands at an average height of 5 feet and 9 inches tall. Besides, he has a well-maintained body that weighs about 87 kg.
Talking about his appearances, he has a fair skin tone. Besides, Austin has a pair of blue eyes followed by brown hair.
Austin Czarnik was born on December 12, 1992, in Washington Township, Michigan, the U.S. Likewise, Cazarnik haven't revealed much about his family background. However, it is known that Austin is the cousin of Eispiraten Crimmitschau center player, Robert Czarnik.
Before turning professional, Austin attended Miami University for four years, where he was named to the CCHA All-Conference First Team, ACHA All-American First Team, CCHA First Team, and NCHC All-Tournament Team. Apart from that, Austin holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity.
Austin Czarnik played in the 2005 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament as a youth, with the Detroit Compuware minor ice hockey team. Besides, Czarnik also played four seasons of NCAA Division I hockey for the Miami RedHawks (2011–2015).
Further, Austin also participated in the Bruins training camp prior to the 2017–18 season, and made the opening night roster out of camp but was reassigned to the Providence Bruins after playing in two games.