Valeri Bure - Famous Ice Hockey Player

Valeri Bure Net Worth

$14,000,000

Valeri Bure, a famous retired Russian professional hockey player, has a impressive net worth of $14 million. Valeri played in the NHL for 10 seasons for teams including the Montreal Canadiens, Calgary Flames, Florida Panthers, St. Louis Blues, and Dallas Stars. He also competed in two Olympics games for Russia, winning a silver medal in 1998 and a bronze medal in 2002.

Key facts:

  • Valeri Bure played in the NHL for 10 seasons, for several teams including the Montreal Canadiens, Calgary Flames, Florida Panthers, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, and Los Angeles Kings.
  • He appeared in the 200 NHL All-Star Game and led the Calgary Flames in scoring with 35 goals and 75 points during the 1999-200 season.
  • Valeri competed in two Olympics games for Russia, winning a silver medal in 1998 at Nagano and a bronze medal in 2002 at Salt Lake City.
  • He was the first Russian player in league history to play in the WHL for the Spokane Chiefs and finished his tenure with the Chiefs with 298 points.
  • Valeri won the Canadian figure skating reality television show 'Battle of the Blades' when he was partnered with figure skater Ekaterina Gordeeva.

Basic Information About Valeri Bure

Full NameValeri Bure
CategoryAthletes β€Ί Hockey
ProfessionsIce hockey player
Net worth$14,000,000
Date of birth1974-06-13 (49 years old)
Place of birthMoscow
NationalityRussia
FatherVladimir Bure
MotherTitiana Bure
Siblings1 (Pavel Bure)
Kids3 (Natasha, Lev Valerievich, Maksim)
GenderMale
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
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Additional information of Valeri Bure

ZodiacGemini
Lucky Number4
Lucky StoneAgate
Lucky ColorYellow
Best Match for MarriageLeo, Aquarius, Libra
Eye Colorbrown
Hair Colorlight Blonde
ReligionChristian

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