Paul Byron is a Canadian professional ice hockey player who plays in the National Basketball Association (NHL). As of 2018, Paul Byron currently plays for the Montreal Canadiens as their Left wing. Before Canadiens Paul Byron has played for the Team Buffalo Sabres.
Paul Byron reportedly earns around $1,166,667 as his yearly salary from Montreal Canadiens. Further, Paul Byron has an estimated net worth of over $3,000,000. He is married to his beautiful wife, Sarah Leblond.
According to the sources, Paul Byron is married to his beautiful wife Sarah Leblond. The duo dated for quite a long time and got hitched on 2014. Paul Byron is extremely happy and satisfied with his married life as he got to marry the love of his life. Additionally, the duo has a baby boy and a girl named Ellie and Brysen respectively.
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Exploring Paul Byron's social account, he keeps sharing pictures with his spouse with some cheesy captions. Despite the bust schedule, Byron spends quality time with his family and friends. Further, they keep on going on vacations.
Besides, Paul Byron is a pet lover. Further, talking about his physique, The Famous NHL star is 5 ft 9 inches in height and weighs around 73 kg.
As of September 22, 2018, Paul Byron has an estimated net worth of over $3 million which is similar to Trevor van Riemsdyk's worth. He reportedly signed a four-year, 13.6 million contract, including a $300,000 signing bonus, $3,500,000 guaranteed with Montreal Canadiens on September 22, 2018.
Further, the NHL player has an average salary of $1,166,667 annually whereas Tomas Tatar is one of the highest earners of the team with an annual salary of $5,300,000. Paul Byron so far has made earnings of $5,971,305 from his entire NHL career.
Some of his career contract and earnings, including bonus and incentives:
In addition, he will earn $1,000,000 as a base salary, carrying $1,166,668 as a cap hit, as per his recent agreement with Canadiens.
Paul Byron was born on April 27, 1989, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada to parents whose names are not revealed yet. As per his nationality, he is Canadian and belongs to the white ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Taurus. He grew up along with his brother whose name is not available in the media.
A native of Ottawa, Byron played junior B hockey for the first time in 2005–06 with the Ottawa West Golden Knights. He moved to Major Junior with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) Gatineau Olympiques the following season.
In the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, the Buffalo Sabres chose him with their sixth-round pick, 179th overall. On June 1, 2009, Byron signed a three-year contract with the Sabres just a few hours before Buffalo lost his rights. For the 2009–10 season, he was assigned to the top minor league affiliate of the Sabres, the American Hockey League's Portland Pirates.
On June 25, 2011, a draft-day trade sent Byron to the Calgary Flames together with Chris Butler in exchange for Robyn Regehr, Aleš Kotalík and a draft pick.
Byron was acquired by the Montreal Canadiens from the Flames on October 6, 2015. Byron signed a four- year contract extension of $13.6 million on September 22, 2018, with the Canadiens lasting up to the season of 2022–23.