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Jarome Iginla Net Worth

Jarome Iginla Net Worth is
$60 Million

Jarome Iginla's salary
5.5 million USD

Jarome Iginla Bio/Wiki 2017

Jarome Iginla Net Worth $18 Million

Jarome Iginla is a Canadian professional ice hockey player that has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Subsequently, he played for three years for the Kamloops Blazers. And additionally, he received the George Parsons Prize in 1995 and Four Broncos Memorial Trophy in 1996. During the NHL Entry Draft in 1995, he was chosen by the Dallas Stars as first pick, 11th complete but Iginla was traded to the Calgary Flames. He started playing for the Flames during the 1996 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Iginla’s 16th year career together with the team led him to transfer to the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2013. Besides playing for the league, Iginla represented Canada in numerous international ice hockey contest including the Winter Olympics and World Cup of Hockey. Jarome Arthur-Leigh Adekunle Tig Junior Elvis Iginla was produced on July 1, 1977 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He’s married to his high school love, Kara and has three kids. In his spare time, he plays golf and became a regular player in the Calgary Flames Celebrity Charity Golf Classic.

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Quick Facts

Full NameJarome Iginla
Net Worth$18 million
Salary5.5 million USD, 2.75 million USD
Date Of BirthJuly 1, 1977
Height1.85 m
Weight95 kg
ProfessionIce hockey player
NationalityCanadian, Canadian
SpouseKara Iginla
ChildrenTij Iginla, Joe Iginla, Jade Iginla
ParentsElvis Iginla, Susan Schuchard
AwardsMaurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Ted Lindsay Award, King Clancy Memorial Trophy, Mark Messier Leadership Award, Best NHL Player ESPY Award, NHL Foundation Player Award
NominationsHart Memorial Trophy, Calder Memorial Trophy

Interesting Facts

1Traded by the Calgary Flames to the Pittsburgh Penguins for two college prospects and a first-round pick in the 2013 NHL draft. [March 2013]
2Invited to attend Team Canada's 5-day Olympic orientation camp on Aug 15th that starts in Vancouver. [August 2005]
3Member of the 1994-1995 Memorial Cup Champion Kamloops Blazers with Jeff Jubenville and Shane Doan.
4Part of the 2004 Western Conference Champion Calgary Flames.
5Won the World Cup in 2004
6Daughter, Jade Grace Iginla, born on Oct. 19th, 2004, at 6 lb. 1 oz.
7Announced that wife Kara, who is also his high school sweetheart, is expecting their first child in October of 2004.
8Named to the World Cup roster for Team Canada, along with 13 other NHLers who also won gold in the 2002 Olympics, in Salt Lake City.
9At the start of the 2003-2004 season was named captain of the Calgary Flames, and the first player of African descent bestowed with that honour.
10Became first black player in NHL history to win the regular season goals and point scoring titles, being the only player to score 50 goals. He also won the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's best player as voted on by his peers. [June 2002]
11Iginla means "big tree" in the dialect of his father's Nigerian homeland.
12Became engaged to girlfriend Kara Kirkland. [December 2001]
13Traded by the Dallas Stars to the Calgary Flames with Corey Millen for Joe Nieuwendyk. [December 1995]
14Son of a black Nigerian father (Elvis Iginla) and a white American mother (Susan Schuchard).



Wicked Bites2014TV Series


Ice Guardians2016DocumentaryHimself
The Hour2006-2012TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Hockey Player
Oil Change2011TV Series documentaryHimself
NHL: Calgary Flames - 10 Great Playoff Games2009Himself
2008 NHL Awards2008TV SpecialHimself
Hockey Night in Canada2005TV SeriesHimself
TSN Hockey2005TV SeriesHimself
The 2004 Stanley Cup Finals2004TV Mini-SeriesHimself (Forward / Captain - Calgary Flames)
It's Our Game: Team Canada's Victory at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey2004Video documentaryHimself
2004 NHL Awards2004TV SpecialHimself
NHL 20032002Video GameHimself - cover star
2002 Much Music Video Music Awards2002TV SpecialHimself
Gold Rush 20022002Video documentaryTeam Canada Forward
Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games2002TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Tom Stone2002TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Life and Times2005TV Series documentaryHimself
Salt Lake 2002: Stories of Olympic Glory2003TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
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