Gordie Howe Net Worth

Gordie Howe Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Gordie Howe net worth is
$10 Million

Gordie Howe Wiki Biography

Gordon “Gordie” Howe was born on the 31st March 1928, in Floral, Saskatchewan Canada, and was Canadian professional ice hockey player, who played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for 26 seasons, including 25 for the Detroit Red Wings. Howe is one of the best hockey players ever; he won the Stanley Cup on four occasions with his team, set numerous NHL records, was selected to 23 All-Star games, and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1971. His career started in 1946 and ended in 1980. He passed away in 2016.

Have you ever wondered how rich Gordie Howe was, at the time of his death? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Howe’s net worth was as high as $10 million, an amount earned largely through his career as a professional hockey player.

Gordie Howe Net Worth $10 Million

Gordie Howe was one of nine children of Katherine and Albert Howe; he started playing ice hockey at the age of eight. He wasn’t interested in school, and decided to quit during the Depression, and began working in construction instead. Gordie played hockey with the King George Athletic Club in the early ‘40s, before the Detroit Red Wings scout noticed him and invited him to join their training camp.

Howe joined the Wings’ junior team and later the Omaha Knights, where he impressed with 48 points in 51 matches. In October 1946, Gordie made his NHL debut, and already two years later, he made it to his first All-Star game. Howe repeated that in 1949, while in 1950, the Detroit Red Wings and Howe won the Stanley Cup, defeating the New York Rangers in seven games. The following season, Gordie won the Art Ross Trophy, was the NHL Goal scoring leader and, naturally, made it to another All-Star event. The Red Wings swept the Montreal Canadiens in the 1952 Stanley Cup Finals, while Howe received the Hart Memorial Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, and once again, he was the NHL goal scoring leader. Overall, Gordie led the league in goals on five occasions, received the Art Ross Trophy six times, and the Hart Memorial Trophy six times as well. In 1954, he won his third Stanley Cup after the Red Wings beat the Canadians in seven matches, and the same happened the next season, with Howe scoring the series-winning goal.

Gordie Howe stayed with the Red Wings for the following 16 seasons, but they failed to win the Cup again in that span. He led the NHL in points on seven occasions, four times in goals, and three times in assists. Howe retired after the 1970-71 season, but then returned to play for the Houston Aeros in the World Hockey Association in 1973. He won two AVCO Cup titles until 1977 when he moved to the New England Whalers. In 1980, Howe returned to the NHL and joined the Hartford Whalers, appearing in 80 games and recording 41 points, after which he retired for good.

Regarding his personal life, Gordie Howe was married to Colleen from 1953, and had three sons and a daughter with her. Two of his sons, Marty and Mark, were also a professional hockey player, while Mark followed his father’s steps and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011. Howe suffered a major stroke in late October 2014, and two years later he died at the age of 88. He will be remembered as one of the best hockey players who ever played the game.

Full NameGordie Howe
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 31, 1928
DiedJune 10, 2016, Sylvania, Ohio, United States
Place Of BirthFloral, Saskatchewan
Height1.83 m
Weight93 kg
ProfessionIce hockey player
SpouseColleen Howe (m. 1953–2009)
ChildrenMark Howe, Marty Howe, Murray Howe, Cathy Howe
ParentsAb Howe, Katherine Howe
SiblingsVic Howe, Helen Cummine
NicknamesХоу, Горди
AwardsHart Memorial Trophy, Art Ross Trophy
1Gordie's wife Colleen has suffered since 2000 from Pick's Disease, a degenerative neurological disorder that causes dementia. The family publicly announced her illness in 2002.
2He was awarded the O.C. (Officer of the Order of Canada) on June 25, 1971 for his services to hockey.
3Second son, Mark Howe, born at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital. [May 1955]
4Part owner of the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League
5Played with his two sons, Marty and Mark, with the Hoston Aeros (1973-1977) and Hartford Whalers (1977-1979) of the World Hockey Association. He also played with his sons his last year in the NHL for the 1979-1980 season when the Whalers merged with the league.
6Played for the Detroit Red Wings (1946-1971) and Hartford Whalers (1979-1980).
7Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1972.
8In 1950, he almost had his career and life ended when he crashed head first into the boards during the playoffs.
9Art Ross Trophy (1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1963). First All-Star Team Right Wing (1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1963, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970). Hart Memorial Trophy (1952, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1963). Lester Patrick Trophy (1967). Second All-Star Team Right Wing (1949, 1950, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967).
10Won 4 Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings (1950, 1952, 1954, 1955); he played for them from 1946 - 1971.
11Has had his name and nickname, as well as his wife's nickname, Mrs. Hockey, registered trademarks.
12A member of 11 different halls of fame.
13Wife Colleen is the founder of the Detroit Junior Red Wings, the first junior hockey team in the U.S.
14First child, Marty Gordon Howe, was born. [February 1954]
15Wore his famous #9 sweater for the first time, during a 5-2 Red Wing victory at Chicago. [October 1947]
16Third child, Cathleen Jill Howe, born at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital. [March 1959]
17Son Murray Albert Howe was born. [September 1960]
18Face is used by Bart Simpson as part of a practical joke he pulls on Mrs. Krabapple in The Simpsons (1989) episode "Bart the Lover".
19Played in a game for the Detroit Vipers at the Palace of Auburn Hills making him the only player to play in six decades. [October 1997]


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