- Date of Birth
- Age 38 Years Old
- Famous Name Scott Hartnell
- Country Canada CA
- Birth Name Scott Wesley Hartnell
- Birth Place Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
- Famous Name Scott Hartnell
- Father Bill Hartnell
- Mother Joy Hartnell
- Net Worth $30 million
- Nationality Canadian
- Ethnicity White
- Married to Katie Hartnell
- Divorce Lisa Reinneke
- Children Wesley Hartnell
Scott Hartnell is a former professional ice hockey player originally from Canada. Scott has played 17 seasons in the NBA with the Nashville Predators, Philadelphia Flyers, and Columbus Blue Jackets. He used to play as a left-winger during his playing career.
Scott, who is a married man, is currently living a lavish life with his tremendous net worth of $30 million. He has gained not only a lot of money but also a huge fan and following from the starting of his playing career.
Scott Hartnell Personal Life; Know about his Wife and Children
Scott Hartnell is married to his second wife Katie Hartnell. The couple tied the knot on July 28, 2017. Besides, there is not much information about the relationship between Katie and Scott. It seems that Scott has found his true soul mate after his divorce from his first wife.
Apart from that, the duo is, blessed with a son named Wesley, born on 2018, May, 19. Previously, Scott was married to Lisa Reinneke, but the couple had to go through a bitter divorce.
The duo got seperated in 2013 and their divorce case was solved on 1 April 2013. Scott also twitted;
"It was pretty tough," he says now. "Somebody you love absolutely turns the switch and calls you every bad name under the sun. Calls your family things, too. And making the money I do, I lost a lot of money in the mix as well. People can blame me, whatever. But it was a really tough year."
Later, Mike Richards, of the Los Angeles Kings chimed in with some life advice for the ex-wife of Scott,
Further, Hartnell is also close with his former Flyers teammates Kimmo Timonen and Sami Kapanen, one of the owners of the Finnish Liiga hockey team KalPa. In early 2012, Hartnell founded the #HartnellDown Foundation as a way to provide support to charities that support hockey, children, and communities around the United States and Canada.
Scott Hartnell Body Measurements
Scott Hartnell stands a perfect height of 188 cm (6 feet 2 inches) tall and has a bulky body that weighs about 215 lbs (98 kg).
Scott Hartnell Net worth and Earnings
Scott Hartnell has an estimated net worth of almost $30 million. Besides, during his 15 seasons playing career, Scott made total career earnings of $57.3 million. Apart from that, he also earns a decent sum from endorsement deals from @journeyrisktrue (Journey Risk True Team Summer).
|Total seasons: 15||Total Earnings: $57.3 million|
On June 18, 2007, Scott signed a 6 year/$25.2 million contract with Philadelphia after his contract, worth $1.47 million with Nashville Predators was expired. Later, on August 12, 2012, Scott extended his contract by 6 years/ $28.5 million with the same club.
Later, on June 23, 2014, he was traded to Columbus from Philadelphia for R.J. Umberger and the 2015 4th round pick. Finally, he was released out of the Columbus, clearing $3.25 million in the cap. Lastly, on July 1, 2017, Scott signed a 1 year/ $1 million contract with Nashville.
Scott Hartnell Early Life and Family
Scott Hartnell was born April 18, 1982, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada as Scott Wesley Hartnell. His parents, Bill and Joy Hartnell are both teachers in Lloydminister, Alberta. Harten grew up in Alberts and completed his school from the same school his parents used to teach.
As Scott's parents are of Canadian nationality, Scott holds Canadian nationality and is of white ethnicity. Further, he grew up playing minor hockey leagues with the local clubs.
Scott Hartnell Professional Career
Scott Hartnell was drafted by the Nashville Predators overall on the 6th in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. In 2009, Hartnell was crowned as the NHL Poker Champion, defeating Roberto Luongo in the final of the tournament.
Prior to entering NHL, Scott played two seasons of Canadian Junior-A hockey for the Lloydminister Blazers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Later, he was chosen to play for Bobby Orr in the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) Top Prospects Game.