|Date of Birth:||1961, August 8|
|Age:||58 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Pierre McGuire|
|Birth Place||Englewood, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Famous Name||Regis Pierre McGuire|
|Net Worth||six digit figure|
|Profession||Sportswriter, and sports commentator|
|Currently Working For||NBC|
|School attended||Lower Canada College and Bergen Catholic High School|
|Married to||Pierre McGuire|
Pierre McGuire is an American-Canadian ice hockey analyst for National Hockey League broadcasting on NBC network, United States. He also worked as a prominent hockey analyst on the Canadian Sports Network until 2011. In addition, he was also a former player, coach and a scouter.
The resident of New Canaan, Connecticut, Regis Pierre McGuire, reportedly earns around $700,000, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2019, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over six digit figure. He is currently married to his wife Pierre McGuire and has 2 children with her.
The American/Canadian sportscaster/anchor Regis Pierre McGuire has an estimated net worth of six digit figure. As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $700,000 from his successful reporting career with NBC.
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— Pierre Mcguire (@PierreMcgureNBC) February 6, 2014
Further, NBC reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
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To be specific, the reporter salary at NBC can range from $42,939-$46,923. So with all the references, we can conclude that Pierre has managed to collect whopping net worth from his professional career.
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Further, he has a beautiful home at New Canaan, Connecticut where he along with his family is enjoying a lavish life.
Pierre McGuire, an American- Canadian ice hockey analyst, has married twice in his life. Currently, he is married to his wife Melanie McGuire from a long time. Further, the couple is blessed with 2 children, a son, and a daughter.
Previously, he tied the knot with Joan Leonard but divorced after some years of the relationship. Joan is a former Providence College student and first met each other while he was a coach at the Babson College.
The reason behind the divorce has not been disclosed in the media yet.
Pierre and Melanie currently live with their two children in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Regis Pierre McGuire was born on August 8, 1961, in Englewood, New Jersey, U.S. to Irish-American father and French-Canadian mother. He holds an American/Canadian nationality and belongs to Mixed ethnic group.
In 1977, his family moved to Cresskill, New Jersey because of anti-anglophone sentiment in Montreal, which made it difficult for his father, Rex, to run his car dealership. Talking about his education, McGuire attended the Catholic High School in Bergen where he played hockey and soccer.
Pierre McGuire was an outstanding hockey defender at Hobart College between 1979 and 1982. He also played for Hobart's baseball team and played for two years as a quarterback on the football team. He graduated from Hobart with an English degree.
After his graduation, McGuire played hockey in the Netherlands for a season.
Prior to becoming a hockey analyst, McGuire used to be a coach and scout. He started his coaching career at Hobart College in 1984, where he was given $500 a season. Further, McGuire also worked as an assistant hockey coach at St. Lawrence University from 1988 to 1990.
Pierre McGuire started his broadcasting career around 1997 with CJAD 800, a Canadian radio station. He also worked on some of the team's regional TV broadcasts on TSN. With TSN, McGuire called the matches together with Gord Miller and Chris Cuthbert.
In 2006, after spending four years in TSN, Pierre joined NBC Sports. He usually works as an "Inside the Glass" reporter with Mike Emrick and Ed Olczyk.
He also writes for Sports Illustrated and frequently comments on the New York’s WFAN, Ottawa radio station, and the Team 1200 as well.
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In addition to hockey, McGuire also worked as a water polo reporter at the 2012 and 2016 NBC Summer Olympics.