Patrick Marleau

by John Max 13 Mar,2019
Patrick Marleau
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 2 Inch
Weight 100 kg
Personal Info
  • Birth Name Patrick Denis Marleau
  • Birth Place Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Famous Name Patrick Marleau
  • Horoscope Virgo
  • Father Denis Marleau
  • Mother Jeannette Marleau
  • Net Worth $60 million
  • Salary $1,500,000
  • Past Team San Jose Sharks
  • University Team Seattle Thunderbirds
  • Contract 3 year $18.75 million
  • Career Earnings $94.814024 million
  • Position in Team Left Wing
  • Current team Toronto Maple Leafs
  • Nationality Canadian
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession ice hockey player
  • Currently Working For Toronto Maple Leafs
  • University attended Seattle University
  • Married to Christina Alvernaz Marleau
  • Children Jagger Marleau, Brody Christopher Marleau, Landon Patrick Marleau, Caleb Marleau

Alternate captain Patrick Marleau is a Canadian professional ice hockey player who plays in the National Hockey League (NHL). As of 2019, Patrick Denis Marleau currently plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs as their Left Wing. Patrick Denis Marleau has played for other teams like San Jose Sharks.

Patrick Denis Marleau has an estimated net worth of over $60 million. As a Left Wing, he reportedly earns around $6,250,000 as his yearly salary from Toronto Maple Leafs.  

Patrick Marleau's Net Worth and Salary in 2019

As of 2019, Patrick Denis Marleau has an estimated net worth of over $60 million.

He reportedly signed a three-year contract worth $18.75 million with Toronto Maple Leafs in 2017. The contract further includes a guaranteed sum of around  $18,750,000 along with a signing bonus of around $14,500,000. In 2018-19, Marleau will earn a base salary of $1,500,000 and a signing bonus of $4,500,000, while carrying a cap hit of $6,250,000.

In 2016-17, Patrick earned an average salary of $6,250,000 annually and Marleau so far has made earnings of $88,814,024 from his entire NHL career. He signed his first contract with the San Jose Sharks on August 15, 2005, for three years worth $12.5 million.

Later the contract was extended for two years on August 31, 2007, worth $12.6 million. In addition to this, San Jose re-signed the contract for four years worth $27.6 million on June 24, 2010. Before trading him to Leafs, his last contract extension was worth $20 million for three years on January 24, 2014.

Patrick Marleau's Personal Life; Who is he Married to?

Patrick Marleau got married to his girlfriend Christina Alvernaz Marleau in 2004 after dating for several years.

The couple is blessed with four children named Jagger Marleau, Brody Christopher Marleau, Landon Patrick Marleau, and Caleb Marleau.

CAPTION: Patrick Marleau with his wife SOURCE: Daily Hive

Their first child Landon was born on October 16, 2006, while the second child Brody was born in March 2009.

Christina gave birth to their third child named Jagger in 2011 and the family added one more boy with son, Caleb in November 2014.

In addition to this, Patrick hasn't shared any posts or photos on his official social accounts suggesting about his past relationship or affairs. Besides, Patrick is living a happy married life with his lovely spouse since they seem happy with each other.

Other than being a famous NHL Left Wing, Patrick Denis Marleau is pretty famous in social media.

The Famous NHL star is 6 feet 2 inch in height and weighs around 100 Kg. Patrick Denis Marleau is not only a world-class athlete but also has a very attractive individual.

Patrick Marleau's Bio and Early Life

Patrick Denis Marleau was born on September 15, 1979, in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada to parents Denis Marleau and Jeannette Marleau.

As per his nationality, he is Canadian and belongs to the White ethnic group and his star sign is Virgo. After completing high school, Patrick Denis Marleau enrolled at Seattle University and played for the Seattle Thunderbirds.

Patrick Marleau's Professional Career

Patrick began his professional NHL career after being drafted in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft by the San Jose Sharks in the 2nd overall pick. During his career with the Sharks, he also served as the team captain. He also managed to set a record after Brett Hull in shorthanded goals in playoff games on consecutive days.

Later on, he was removed by Todd McLellan from captaincy in 2009 and Rob Blake was the new captain of the Sharks team. In addition to this, he lost his Lady Byng Memorial Trophy with Ryan O'Reilly in the final round.

After ending his time with Sharks, he was heavily courted by several teams but was taken by Toronto Maple Leafs in 2017 when he signed his three-year contract with them. He is also in the list of players playing 1600 game in the NHL career.

Currently, he is serving as an alternate captain of the team and is playing alongside several other famous players including Andreas Johnsson.

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