Ex-hockey player Eric Lindros net worth is over $45 million after he said good bye to NHL in 2007. The dedicated ice hockey player started his playing career in 1992 and gave his country numerous silver and gold awards from international and local sports tournament. Before he was drafted to the National Team in the early 90s, he is already a multi awarded ice hockey player and MVP. He is a Canadian with a strong Swedish ancestry. He comes from a family who is passionate about ice hockey. His brother also plays for a popular ice hockey league in Canada.
|Eric Lindros Net Worth||$30 Million|
|Source of Income||Ice Hockey Player|
Net Worth – $30 Million
Full Name: Eric Bryan Lindros
Annual Salary: $2.5 Million
28th of February 1973
Height & Weight
1.93 m / 6.4 feet
Wife: Kina Lamarche
Ex Girlfriend: N/A
His huge built, speed, and competitive spirit is how he dominates every game that he plays. He would score more points, improve his stats, and make impressive record that helped him secure his ranking in the professional hockey playing. His career achievements highlight recognition given as the fastest hockey athlete. Because of his intense playing skills, most of the time he gets head and leg injury, which made his playing time, cut short and had no other choice but to miss games and spend more time in recuperation. After he announced his retirement in 2007, he decided to spend more time doing charitable work.
Just three weeks after he retired, he was offered a position for the association of hockey players. He accepted the offer, but he chose to retire after a year and a half. His other source of income is derived from his endorsement deals. Most of his activities after his retirement involves working with charitable foundations and non-government organizations that has programs for the indigent, homeless, and the youth. In 2011, he was a guest hockey player for a sports event where retired hockey players contributed their time and talent not only for a reunion game with their former team mates but also for a worthy cause.