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Christos Kostas Chelios was born on the 25th January 1962, in Evergreen Park, Illinois USA, and is a former professional ice hockey player, who played as a defenseman in the NHL for the Montreal Canadiens (1984-1990), Chicago Blackhawks (1990-1998), Detroit Red Wings (1998-2009), and Atlanta Thrashers (2009-2010). Chelios is a three-time Stanley Cup winner (one with Montreal and two with Detroit), is a Hall of Fame inductee as of 2013, and won the gold medal at the World Cup of Hockey, representing the USA in 1996. His career started in 1984 and ended in 2010.
Have you ever wondered how rich Chris Chelios is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Chelios’ net worth is as high as $20 million, an amount earned largely through his successful career as a pro hockey player. In addition to playing hockey in the NHL, Chelios also owns a chain of restaurants, which has improved his wealth too.
Chris Chelios Net Worth $20 Million
Chris Chelios was born into a Greek family and grew up in Illinois, where he went to the Mount Carmel High School before his father moved his business to the San Diego area. Chris continued his education at the Mira Mesa High School, and then played hockey for the Moose Jaw Canucks of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, before the Montreal Canadiens selected him in the 1981 Entry Draft.
Chelios later played for the Wisconsin Badgers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and won the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship with them, while in 1984 he represented the US at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. In the 1984-85 season, Chelios scored 64 points in 74 games for Montreal, earning an invitation to the All-Star game, and was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team. In the next season, Chris played in 41 matches, and won his first Stanley Cup, while in 1988-89, he had a breakout season with 73 points in 80 games, entered the All-Star First Team and won the James Norris Memorial Trophy. All these achievements were potentially beneficial to his net worth.
In June 1990, Chelios was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks for Denis Savard, and in 1992 he helped the Blackhawks to reach the Stanley Cup Final, but the Pittsburgh Penguins swept them in four games. The next season, Chris scored 73 points and won another James Norris Memorial Trophy, then in the truncated 1994-95 season, he represented the EHC Biel in the Swiss National League A, during the NHL lockout. In 1995-96, Chelios scored 72 points and won his third Norris Trophy, and he also led the US team to the gold medal at 1996 World Cup of Hockey, when they defeated Canada in the final. For the rest of his career with the Blackhawks, Chelios served as their captain until 1999, when he was traded to the Detroit Red Wings in March.
Chris played a significant role in his first couple of seasons with the Red Wings, while in 2002, he won his second Stanley Cup when Detroit defeated the Carolina Hurricanes. He made it to the All-Star game, and led his national side to the silver medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics. After playing a few more seasons in Motown and captaining the unsuccessful US team at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, Chelios won his third Stanley Cup in 2008, becoming the oldest active player to do so. Following his farewell with the Red Wings, Chris spent his last playing days with the Atlanta Thrashers before announced his retirement in August 2010.
However, Chelios didn’t want to say goodbye to hockey, so he was named the Adviser to Hockey Operations for the Red Wings, while in June 2015, Chris worked as an assistant coach for Team USA at the 2016 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.
Aside from hockey, Chris also owns three restaurants; in Dearborn, Detroit, and Clinton Township, Michigan, and the one in Detroit was a murder scene when the 17-year-old Justin Blackshere stabbed two employees: Megan Soroka and Mark Bernard.
Regarding his personal life, Chris Chelios has been married Tracee since 1987, and they have four children together. Chelios currently resides in Detroit, Michigan, but also owns a mansion in Malibu, California.
|Full Name||Chris Chelios|
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
|Date Of Birth||January 25, 1962|
|Place Of Birth||Evergreen Park, Illinois USA|
|Height||6' 1" (1.85 m)|
|Profession||Ice hockey defenseman|
|Education||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Children||Jake Chelios, Dean Chelios, Tara Chelios, Caley Chelios|
|Awards||James Norris Memorial Trophy, Mark Messier Leadership Award, NHL Plus-Minus Award|
|Nominations||Calder Memorial Trophy, Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy|
|1||Former teammate of Aaron Downey.|
|2||Announced retirement. Chelios will work for the Detroit Red Wings to assist in player development. [August 2010]|
|3||Detroit Red Wings [March 1999]|
|4||(1 February) Signed with the Motor City Mechanics of the United Hockey League for the remainder of the NHL season along with Red Wings teammates Kris Draper and Derian Hatcher. The NHL lockout, which began 16 September 2004, has threatened to wipe out the 04/05 season. |
|5||Currently the oldest NHL player in the league at age 44. |
|6||Close friend of outspoken rock star Kid Rock.|
|7||Won the Norris Trophy in 1989, 1993, and 1996. Won Stanley Cups with the Montréal Canadiens in 1986 and the Detroit Red Wings in 2002.|
|8||Cousin Nikos Tselios was the Carolina Hurricanes' 1st choice (22nd overall) in 1997 NHL Entry Draft, and currently plays for the Phoenix Coyotes' farm team, the Springfield Falcons.|
|9||Won Norris Trophy in 1989, 1993, and 1996. Won Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens in 1986 and the Detroit Red Wings in 2003.|
|10||Drafted 40th overall in the 1981 Entry Draft by the Montréal Canadiens.|
|11||Traded to the Detroit Red Wings for Anders Eriksson and a first round draft pick. [March 1999]|
|12||Traded to the Chicago Blackhawks for Denis Savard and a second round draft pick. [June 1990]|
|13||Owns a restaurant called Cheli's Chili Bar (Chicago, Illinois), which is managed by his father. (Now closed, re-opened in Dearborn, Michigan)|
|14||He and wife Tracee have 4 kids, Dean, Jake, Cayley and Tara.|
|15||Won an NCAA championship with the University of Wisconsin.|
|16||Gus moved Chris and his family to Sydney, Australia in 1972, then to San Diego, CA in 1977 to seek new restaurant business opportunities.|
|17||Son of Greek immigrants who met in Chicago; his father, Constantine "Gus" Tselios, Americanized the family's name to Chelios.|
|18||After members of Team USA trashed their rooms in the Olympic Village in Nagano, Japan when they failed to qualify for the medal round, Chelios apologized and paid for the damages. No one ever admitted to the damages.|
|19||Cousin Nikos Tselios is a prospect in the Carolina Hurricanes farm system.|
|20||Captain of the 1998 and the 2002 USA Men's Olympic hockey team.|
|21||Won third Norris Trophy following 1995-1996 season.|
|22||Traded to Chicago Blackhawks in 1990 for Denis Savard.|
|23||Played for the Montreal Canadiens (1983-1990), the Chicago Blackhawks (1990-1999), and the Detroit Red Wings (1999-present).|
|Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice||2002||Video||Chris Chelios|
|A Healthy You & Carol Alt||2013||TV Series||Himself - Retired NHL Player|
|Rome Is Burning||2006-2007||TV Series||Himself|
|MSG Profiles||2007||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games||2006||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|Farewell from Moscow: The Igor Larionov Farewell Game||2006||Documentary short|
|Trippin||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Coaching the Minors||2003||Short||Himself|
|OL Salt Lake City 2002||2002||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Red Alert: Hockeytown 3||2002||Video documentary||Detroit Red Wings Defenseman #24|
|Slapshot 2: Behind the Glass||2002||Video documentary short||Himself - NHL Player and Actor|
|Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games||2002||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|The 18th Olympic Winter Games||1998||TV Series||Himself|
|Nagano 1998: XVIII Olympic Winter Games||1998||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|NHL Power Players: All-Stars of the Game||1997||Video||Himself|
|Ice & Asphalt: The World of Hockey||1995||Video||Himself|
|D2: The Mighty Ducks||1994||Himself|
|Flames 88-89||1989||Video documentary||Montreal Canadiens Defenseman|
|Rome Is Burning||2008||TV Series||Himself|