|Birth Name||Raymond Vincent Ferraro|
|Birth Place||Trail, British Columbia, Canada|
|Famous Name||Ray Ferraro|
|Birth Date||August 23, 1964|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Profession||Former professional ice hockey player and current broadcaster|
|Currently Working For||TSN Radio, TSN, and NBCSN.|
|Married to||Cammi Granato|
Ray Ferraro is a former Canadian ice hockey player and current TSN radio, TSN and NBCSN broadcaster. Prior to his reporting career, he played for many different teams of National Hockey League (NHL) such as Hartford Whalers (1984–1990), New York Islanders (1990–1995), New York Rangers (1995–1996), Los Angeles Kings (1996–1999), Atlanta Thrashers (1999–2002) and St. Louis Blues (2002).
Ray Ferraro earns around $150,000, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2020, he has an estimated net worth of over $5 million.
He is currently married to his wife Cammi Granato after he got separated from his high school sweetheart Tracey Ferraro. Additionally, He is a father of 4 children.
The Canadian sportscaster/anchor Ray Ferraro has an estimated net worth of $5 million. As of 2020, the reporter receives an annual salary of $150,000 from his successful reporting career with TSN Radio, TSN, and NBCSN. Additionally, he played as a player for NHL for 18 years representing 6 different teams. Reportedly, Ray has collected the total earnings of $12,810,700 from his entire playing career.
His contract and earnings are enlisted below:
The popular sports personality has been working in the field of the sports industry for two decades. So with all the references and assumptions, we concluded he has managed to collect whopping net worth from the salary he earned from his professional career.
After the first divorce, Ray is currently married to his girlfriend Cammi Granato, who also worked as a female hockey analyst at NBC's Winter Olympics 2006 and the Winter Olympics 2010 coverage. The couple tied the knot with each other in 2004.
The couple has two children– Riley, who was born in December 2006, and Reese, who was born in December 2009.
His wife Cammi is a former ice hockey player who was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010.
He was previously married to his high school sweetheart Tracey Ferraro. Further, Ray has 2 sons from his previous relationship, Matt, born in 1988, and Landon, born in 1991. Additionally, his son Landon is a Canadian professional ice hockey center who currently under contract with the Minnesota Wild of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Ray Ferraro was born on August 23, 1964, in Trail, British Columbia, Canada. As per his racial background, he holds Canadian nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group.
Further, the details about his early childhood, parents, and siblings have not been disclosed in the media yet. Additionally, there isn't any information about his educational background.
Where did you get this??? 3 brother 3 cousins and a nephew! Nonna in the middle was always the centre of our family!! https://t.co/2svE63pEo7
— Ray Ferraro (@rayferrarotsn) January 19, 2019
Ray was an avid athlete from his early days. He was a prolific junior hockey player for Western Hockey League (WHL)'s Brandon Wheat Kings and Portland Winter Hawks.
In his NHL career, he scored 408 goals and 490 assists for a total of 898 points in 1,258 games, spanning 18 seasons. In 1992, he was named to the NHL All-Star Game, held in Philadelphia.
On 2nd August 2002, Ferraro retired from the NHL. He has worked with John Buccigross and Barry Melrose on ESPN hockey broadcasts, including on NHL 2Night.
He subsequently worked as an NHL studio analyst on NBC, a color commentator on Edmonton Oilers broadcasts on Rogers Sportsnet West and on the other hockey programs on Sportsnet.
Ferraro works as a TSN Game Analyst and NHL Studio Analyst. During the Winter Olympics 2010, Ferraro provided color commentary and analysis to CTV. Ferraro became the lead game analyst after Pierre McGuire left TSN for NBC / Versus.
On 5 May 2014, EA Sports announced that Ferraro, along with play- by- play commentator Mike "Doc" Emrick and color commentator Ed "Eddie" Olczyk, would be an ice level analyst for NHL 15.
In February 2018, Ferraro and Chris Cuthbert made the play-by-play announcements for men's ice hockey at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.