Grant Ledyard is a hockey player who was born on November 19, 1961, in Winnipeg, Canada. Ledyard’s height is 6 ft 2 in. Ledyard’s weight is 200 pounds. Ledyard’s career began in 1984 and ended in 2002. This page will examine Grant Ledyard’s total career net worth.
Ledyard has played for the New York Rangers (1984-85 NHL season-1985-86 NHL season), Los Angeles Kings (1985-86 NHL season-1987-88 NHL season), Washington Capitals (1987-88 NHL season-1988-89 NHL season), Buffalo Sabres (1988-89 NHL season-1992-93 NHL season), Dallas Stars (1993-94 NHL season-1996-97 NHL season), Vancouver Canucks (1997-98 NHL season), Boston Bruins (1997-98 NHL season-1998-99 NHL season), Ottawa Senators (1999-2000 NHL season), Tampa Bay Lightning (2000-01 NHL season), Dallas Stars (2000-01 NHL season), Tampa Bay Lightning (2001-02 NHL season). In competition, Grant Ledyard has played Defenceman. On the ice, Ledyard shoots Left.
Ledyard played nationally for Canada.
Salaries for hockey players can vary drastically. Some NHL hockey players earn as high as $15 million or more, although most earn significantly less. On average a pro hockey player in the NHL takes home around $2.5 million every year. Outside of the NHL, the median player makes approximately $65,000 per year. Olympic hockey players make almost $100,000 per year, depending on country.
So what is Grant Ledyard’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Grant Ledyard’s net worth in 2018 is:
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