Manon Rhéaume is a hockey player who was born on February 24, 1972, in Beauport, Quebec, Canada. Rhéaume’s height is 5 ft 7 in. Rhéaume’s weight is 130 pounds. Rhéaume’s career began in 1991 and ended in 2009. This page will examine Manon Rhéaume’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Manon_Rheaume2.jpg: Tsunami330 derivative work: TFCforever (talk)
In competition, Manon Rhéaume has played Goaltender. Rhéaume has played for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, Trois-Rivières Draveurs, International Hockey League (1945-2001), Atlanta Knights, Las Vegas Thunder, Flint Generals, Port Huron Icehawks, Western Women’s Hockey League, Minnesota Whitecaps, Austrian National League, VEU Feldkirch, Roller Hockey International, Ottawa Loggers, Sacramento River Rats, ECHL, Knoxville Cherokees, Nashville Knights, Tallahassee Tiger Sharks, West Coast Hockey League, Reno Renegades, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning (Exhibition game).
Rhéaume played nationally for Canada.
Rhéaume won a silver medal in the 1998 Winter Olympics in the Ice hockey at the 1998 Winter Olympics – Women’s tournament event. Rhéaume won a gold medal in the 1992 in the 1992 IIHF Women’s World Championship event. Rhéaume won a gold medal in the 1994 in the 1994 IIHF Women’s World Championship event.
Earnings for hockey players can vary dramatically. Some NHL hockey players earn as much as $15 million or more, although most earn quite a bit less. A mid-career professional in the NHL can earn around $2.5 million a year. Outside of the NHL, the median player earns nearly $65,000 annually. Olympic ice hockey players make almost $100,000 per year, depending on country.
So what is Manon Rhéaume’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Manon Rhéaume’s net worth in 2018 is:
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