- Famous Name
- Birth Name Roderic Jean Brind'Amour
- Birth Place Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
- Famous Name Rod Brind'Amour
- Father Bob Brind'Amour
- Mother Linda Brind'Amour
- Net Worth $35 Million
- Position in Team Head Coach
- Current team Carolina Hurricanes
- Nationality Canadian
- Profession NHL Coach
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Amy Biedenbach Brind'Amour
- Divorce Kelle Brind'Amour
- Children 4
Roderic Jean Brind'Amour, better known as Rod Brind'Amour is a Canadian professional NHL player turned coach who currently stands as the head coach for the Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey League (NHL). As a player, he spent two decades in the NHL playing for the St. Louis Blues, Philadelphia Flyers, and Carolina Hurricanes. What's more? he captained the Hurricanes to the franchise's first Stanley Cup championship in the 2006 season.
Ottawa, Ontario native, Rod Brind'Amour was born on 9th August 1970, under the star sign Leo. He is the son of Bob and Linda Brind'Amour.
How Much Is Rod Brind'Amour's Net Worth In 2021? NHL Career Earning, Contract, & Salary
As of 2021, Rod Brind'Amour's net worth is $35 million. His major source of income is considered as NFL initially as a player and now coach.
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Rod Brind'Amour is currently serving as the head coach for the Carolina Hurricanes, earning $2.5 million per annum.
Who Is Rod Brind'Amour Married To?
Brind'Amour has married twice in his life. He first tied the knot with Kelle Sullivan Gardner (maiden name: Kelly Sue Gardner). The couple shared three children: Skyler, Reece, and Briley.
In 2004, Brnd'Amour and Kelle Sullivan Gardner divorced.
On July 10, 2010, Brind'Amour re-married: exchanged vows with Amy Biedenbach. Biedenbach is the daughter of former North Carolina State University basketball standout and former UNC Asheville men's basketball coach, Eddie Biedenbach.
The couple is blessed with one son together.
Brind'Amour's eldest son, Skyler, is a professional NHL player who was picked by the Edmonton Oilers 177th overall in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.
Brind'Amour was drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the first round, ninth overall, of the 1988 NHL Entry Draft. He played the next season at Michigan State University. At the conclusion of the 1988–89 Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) season with the Spartans.
Brind'Amour joined the Blues during the 1989 Stanley Cup playoffs. He made his debut in Game 5 of the Blues' division semifinals against the Minnesota North Stars where he scored a goal on his first shot.
1989-90 was his first full NHL season, where scored 27 points in the Blues' first 24 games and finished third on the Blues with 26 goals. For his efforts, he was named to the 1989–90 All-Rookie Team.
After the 1990-91 season, Brind'Amour was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers along with Dan Quinn. During his stint with Philadelphia, he was considered one of the NHL's "ironmen" with a consecutive games streak of 484 played, a Flyers franchise record.
After his return from an ankle injury during the 1999–2000 season, Brind'Amour was traded to the Carolina Hurricanes Brind'Amour. At Carolina, he was named captain prior to the 2005–06 season. With Hurricanes, Brind'Amour won a Stanley Cup ring after defeating the Edmonton Oilers in the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals in seven games.
On January 20, 2010, Brind'Amour was replaced as Hurricanes captain by Eric Staal. After that season, he retired from professional hockey, having played 1,484 career NHL games.
On June 7, 2011, Brind'Amour was hired as the assistant coach at the Carolina Hurricanes. On May 8, 2018, he was introduced as the Hurricanes' head coach.
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