Rick DiPeetro Net Worth

One of the most successful and richest ice hockey players is Rick DiPeetro. He is an American professional ice hockey player. In addition to his ice hockey career, Rick DiPeetro is also a sports broadcaster. For his broadcasting and consulting work, he earns an impressive salary. Among other sources of income, he has earned extra money from endorsement deals. The total net worth of Rick DiPeetro is around $30 million.

As an ice hockey player, he was drafted first overall by the New York Islanders. The Islanders paid him a huge sum of $67.5 million for a contract of 15 years. His net worth is expected to increase as the years go by.

The Islanders have a cap of about $29 million. This means that he will not be able to use any of his buyout to reduce his salary. That means that DiPeetro could be a cheap reclamation project for the Islanders. Although his buyout will not count against his salary cap, he still will receive a salary of $1.5 million a year for the next 16 years.

In 2000, Rick Dipietro was drafted by the New York Islanders as the first overall pick in the NHL draft. Before he got drafted, he attended the Saint Sebastian’s School in Massachusetts. From there, he went on to play for Boston University. There, he met his future wife, Cassandra Fontana. Apparently, they have been married since 2009.

When he was only a teenager, Rick DiPeetro was a member of the United States’ national junior team. He played in two World Junior Championships in 2000 and 2001. During this time, he was awarded the best goaltender award. It was also during this time that he earned a spot on the All-Star Team.

Rick DiPeetro is now a sports talk show host for ESPN 98.7 FM, “DCR.” He is currently co-hosting with Mike Fisher. Besides being a broadcaster, he is also an analyst for the NHL.

During the 2012-13 season, the lockout was in effect. After his release from the Checkers, DiPietro was sent to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the AHL. He made his first AHL game on March 1. Despite being placed on injured reserve, he returned to start the following game on January 8. But he lost a 4-3 decision to the Dallas Stars.

Eventually, he signed a tryout contract with the Charlotte Checkers. While with the Checkers, he was injured for several weeks. At one point, he was in the locker room with a broken jaw. However, he was able to play the remainder of the season. On January 27th, he faced the Buffalo Sabres. Unfortunately, he allowed five goals in the first period. The Sabres eventually won 7-3. Fortunately for DiPeetro, he managed to record three wins against fifteen losses.

Currently, he has a girlfriend and a child. In addition to his ice hockey career, he is an NHL analyst for ESPN. If you want to know more about Rick DiPeetro, check out his official website.