Roy Sommer is a hockey player who was born on April 5, 1957, in Oakland, California, United States. Sommer’s height is 6 ft 0 in. Sommer’s weight is 180 pounds. Sommer’s career began in 1977 and ended in 1987. This page will examine Roy Sommer’s total career net worth.
Sommer has played for the Muskegon Lumberjacks (International Hockey League (1945-2001)), Indianapolis Checkers (IHL), Maine Mariners (American Hockey League), Wichita Wind (Central Hockey League (1963-1984)), Edmonton Oilers (NHL), Houston Apollos (CHL), Grand Rapids Owls (IHL), Spokane Flyers (PHL) (Pacific Hockey League), Dayton Owls (IHL), Saginaw Gears (IHL) (IHL). In competition, Roy Sommer has played Centre (ice hockey). On the ice, Sommer shoots Left.
Sommer was drafted 101st overall in 1977 by the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Salaries for hockey players can vary significantly. Some NHL hockey players earn as much as $15 million or more, although most earn significantly less. An average pro hockey player in the NHL gets around $2.5 million every year. Outside of the NHL, the average player earns around $65,000 annually. Olympic ice hockey players earn about $100,000 per year, depending on country.
So what is Roy Sommer’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Roy Sommer’s net worth in 2018 is:
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