- Date of Birth
- Age 61 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country Canada CA
- Father Jack Coffey
- Relationship Status married
- No. of Twitter Followers
- First Name Paul
- No. of Instagram Followers 7,987
- Father Nationality Canadian
- Mother Betty Coffey
- Engaged Person Name
- Last Name Coffey
- Birth Name Paul Douglas Coffey
- Net Worth $10 Million
- Mother Nationality Canadian
- Currently Married yes
- Siblings Cheryl Coffey, Cathy Coffey
- Married to Stephanie Coffey
- Birth Country Canada
- No. of Siblings 2
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/paulcoffey77/
- Famous Name Coffey 77
- Children Blake Coffey, Christian Coffey, Savannah Coffey
- Horoscope Gemini
- Date June 1
- Nationality Canadian
- Awards Stanley Cup champion*3
- Current City Toronto
- Religion Christians
- Profession Ice Hockey Player
- Famous for Ice Hockey Player
- Started career as Ice Hockey Player
Paul Douglas Coffey is a former Canadian professional hockey defenseman who played hockey overall for 9 teams in his 21 years career. He is noticed for his high acceleration and expert skills.
In the period of his 21 seasons, he played for many teams including; LA Kings, Detroit Red Wings, Philadelphia Flyers, and Boston Bruins. etc and won the Stanly cup for four times.
Paul Coffey Wife
Paul Coffey is married to Stephannie Coffey. Coffey is so much concerned about the private relationship that he has never released information about his wife.
The love birds are the proud parents of 3 children; 2 sons named Blake Coffey, and Christian Coffey, and a daughter named Savanna Coffey. Paul is mostly involved in his family business named "Paul Coffey's Bolton Kia"
Paul Coffey Networth
Paul Coffey has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Most of the former players are seen involved in brand endorsements and sponsorship deals but Coffey has never shared his Contracts with any brands.
As per different sources, he has total earnings of $23,409,361 throughout his 21 years career. Coffey even played for the national cup several times and the world cup 1 time representing Canada in 1996 but sadly they lost the match against the Czech Republic.
Paul was born in Weston, Ontario, Canada. Seeing his beautiful game the city of Mississauga renamed the Malton Arena and Wildwood Park in his name "Paul Coffey Arena and Paul Coffey Park respectively".
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Paul Coffey Stats
Coffey ranks in the 2nd position following Ray Bourque overall in goals, assists, and points as an NHL( National Hockey League) defenceman. Paul did it in total 5 times.
Edmonton Oilers drafted Coffey in the first round (sixth overall) of the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. He joined the Oilers in the 1980-81 season and quickly established himself as one of the league's most talented and dynamic players.
Coffey helped lead the Oilers to four Stanley Cup championships in the 1980s, playing alongside fellow superstars Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, and Jari Kurri. He won three Norris Trophies as the NHL's best defenseman and was a seven-time All-Star.
Coffey retired in 2001 with 396 goals and 1,135 assists in 1,409 regular-season games. He also had 59 goals and 137 assists in 194 playoff games, making him one of the most productive defensemen in NHL history. He was good in the position of Left Winger and defense.
Paul Coffey Jersey number
Paul Coffey was listed as one of the 100 greatest NHL players in 2017 and played for many teams. During his career beginning he wore jersey no 7 but changed to 77 after he signed for Pittsburgh.
With the completion of 4 and half seasons, he signed for Boston and wore Jersey number 74.
After Coffey's Retirement
Coffey is currently a co-owner of the Pickering Panthers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League. After retiring from hockey, Coffey worked as an assistant coach for several NHL teams, including the Edmonton Oilers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Anaheim Ducks.
Paul was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in 2005.
According to reports, in February 2014, Coffey was caught by the Greater Toronto Hockey League investigation team when coaching the "AAA" team for the Toronto Marlboros midget team, for using a nasty slur and was given a three-game suspension.
Coffey is known for his charitable work and his support of various causes, including cancer research and children's hospitals. He is also an avid golfer and has played in several celebrity golf tournaments.