Jack LeClair is a hockey player who was born on May 30, 1929, in Quebec City, Canada. LeClair’s height is 6 ft 0 in. LeClair’s weight is 194 pounds. LeClair died on June 14, 2011, in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. LeClair’s career began in 1953 and ended in 1968. This page will examine Jack LeClair’s total career net worth.
On the ice, LeClair shoots Left. In competition, Jack LeClair has played Winger (ice hockey). LeClair has played for the National Hockey League on these teams: Montreal Canadiens, American Hockey League, Pittsburgh Hornets, Quebec Aces, Eastern Hockey League, Charlotte Checkers (EHL/SHL), New Haven Blades, Florida Rockets, Quebec Hockey League, Ottawa Senators (senior hockey), Montreal Royals, Chicoutimi Saguenéens.
Pay for hockey players can vary massively. Some NHL hockey players earn close to $15 million or more, although most earn much less. A mid-level hockey star in the NHL can earn around $2.5 million per year. In the AHL, the median player makes approximately $65,000 a year. Olympic ice hockey players earn about $100,000 per year, depending on country.
So what is Jack LeClair’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Jack LeClair’s net worth in 2018 is:
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