Karyn Bye-Dietz Net Worth 2018: What is this ice hockey player worth?

Karyn Bye-Dietz is a hockey player who was born on May 18, 1971, in River Falls, Wisconsin, United States. Bye-Dietz’s height is 5 ft 8 in. Bye-Dietz’s weight is 165 pounds. Bye-Dietz’s career began in 1989 and ended in 2002. This page will examine Karyn Bye-Dietz’s total career net worth.

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Karyn Bye-Dietz Career, Earnings

In competition, Karyn Bye-Dietz has played Forward (ice hockey).

Bye-Dietz played nationally for United States.

Bye-Dietz won a gold medal in the 1998 Winter Olympics in the Ice hockey at the 1998 Winter Olympics event. Bye-Dietz won a silver medal in the 2002 Winter Olympics in the Ice hockey at the 2002 Winter Olympics event. Bye-Dietz won a silver medal in the 1992 Finland in the 1992 IIHF Women’s World Championship event. Bye-Dietz won a silver medal in the 1994 United States in the 1994 IIHF Women’s World Championship event. Bye-Dietz won a silver medal in the 1997 Canada in the 1997 IIHF Women’s World Championship event. Bye-Dietz won a silver medal in the 1999 Finland in the 1999 IIHF Women’s World Championship event. Bye-Dietz won a silver medal in the 2000 Canada in the 2000 IIHF Women’s World Championship event. Bye-Dietz won a silver medal in the 2001 United States in the 2001 IIHF Women’s World Championship event.

Karyn Bye-Dietz Net Worth 2018

Salaries for hockey players can vary enormously. Some NHL hockey players earn close to $15 million or more, although most earn a lot less. A moderately good hockey player in the NHL gets around $2.5 million every year. In the AHL, the average player makes almost $65,000 per year. Olympic hockey players bring in about $100,000 per year, depending on country.

Karyn Bye-Dietz net worth
Karyn Bye-Dietz net worth: ice hockey salary distribution

So what is Karyn Bye-Dietz’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Karyn Bye-Dietz’s net worth in 2018 is:

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