Carey Price Biography: Age, Wife, Net Worth, Marriage, Children, Wikipedia Biography: Age, Wife, Net Worth, Marriage, Children, Wikipedia

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Carey Price was born on August 16, 1987, in Anahim Lake, British Columbia, to Lynda, Jerry Price, and his sister, Kayla.

Carey began to skate on the river next to his house when he was two years old, and he spent countless hours outside with his father and friends over the next few years. Even though he spent much time on the ice, Anahim Lake had no indoor rink or hockey program.

At nine, he began playing organized hockey at the nearby arena in Williams Lake, British Columbia. The 640-kilometer round-trip drive to Williams Lake for games and practices was required thrice weekly. Carey’s father had a pilot’s license, so when the weather was beautiful, they could fly back and forth, but most of the time, they had to drive. Carey has always had a natural affinity for animals and the outdoors as the son of Jerry, whose family is a farmer and rancher in Alberta, and Lynda, whose family is a rancher and hunting guide-outfitter at Anahim Lake.

Essential Data

  • Name: Carey Price
  • Date of Birth: August 16, 1987
  • Place of Birth: British Columbia
  • Profession: Ice hockey
  • Net Worth: USD 13 million

Early Life

Carey Price was born in British Columbia on August 16, 1987, but was raised in Vancouver by Lynda and Jerry Price. His mother is the head of the Ulkatcho First Nation. His father was a goalkeeper drafted 126th overall in the 1978 NHL Amateur Draft by the Philadelphia Flyers.

Price is second cousins with former NHL player Shane Doan and has a younger sister named Kayla. When Price was three years old, his family went to the small town of Anahim Lake in interior British Columbia, where he was raised. During the winter, his father taught him how to play goalie on a frozen creek, and he participated in organized hockey at Williams Lake, which was five hours and 320 kilometers (200 miles) away by car on Highway 20.


Carey Price - Wikipedia

During the 2003-04 season, he was a member of a Western Hockey League (WHL) major junior ice hockey team called the ‘Tri-City Americans,’ he appeared in 28 games as a backup for goaltender Tyler Weiman. During the 2004-05 WHL season, he became Tri-City’s primary starter.

Because of his outstanding achievements, the NHL Central Scouting Services ranked him the best North American goaltender for the NHL Entry Draft. In the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, the ‘Montreal Canadiens selected him fifth overall.

In 2007, he received the ‘Del Wilson Trophy’ as the WHL’s top goaltender and the ‘CHL Goaltender of the Year honor. Carey joined the Montreal Canadiens farm team, the Hamilton Bulldogs, shortly before the 2007 Calder Cup playoffs. He led the Bulldogs to their first-ever ‘Calder Cup win and was named tournament MVP, receiving the ‘Jack A. Butterfield Trophy’.

He joined the Montreal Canadiens roster as a backup goalkeeper for the 2007-08 NHL season, making his debut against the ‘Pittsburgh Penguins’ on October 10, 2007. He won the Molson Cup for the Canadiens in October and became the team’s starting goaltender later that season.

He was named NHL Rookie of the Month in March 2008, NHL First Star of the Week for the week ending April 6, 2008, and NHL All-Rookie Team for the 2007-08 NHL season. He participated in the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal’s Bell Centre. As the Canadiens advanced to the ‘Stanley Cup playoffs in 2010, he lost his starting role to Slovak professional ice hockey goaltender Jaroslav Halak.

In the summer of 2010, he and Halák became restricted free agents. The Canadiens re-signed Carey to a two-year, $5.5 million contract, and he resumed his goaltender duties, while Halák was traded to the ‘St. Louis Blues. He set new career highs in the 2010-11 regular season, winning 38 of 72 games while earning a 2.35 GAA, .923 save percentage, and eight shutouts. He was chosen to participate in the 2011 NHL All-Star Game. His performance aided his team’s advancement to the 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs. On July 2, 2012, the Canadiens signed him to a six-year, $39 million contract.

During the 2014-15 season, he received the ‘Hart Memorial Trophy’ as league MVP, the ‘Ted Lindsay Award’ as league MVP, and the ‘Vezina Trophy’ as the best goaltender. He also shared the William M. Jennings Trophy with Chicago Blackhawks forward Corey Crawford. With this, he became only the second player in Montreal Canadiens history to earn four accolades in a single season.

During the 2016-17 season, he made history by being the first NHL goaltender to win his first ten games. On July 2, 2017, it was revealed that his contract had been extended for eight years with a yearly cap hit of US$10.5 million. On April 3, 2018, he made his 557th career NHL start for the Canadiens, breaking Jacques Plante’s previous franchise record.

International Career

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He has represented Canada since he was a junior. Canada won the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships for the third time in three years in 2007. In addition, he was selected as the tournament MVP. He earned his first World Cup of Hockey trophy in 2016 when Team Canada defeated Team Europe in a best-of-three final.

Personal Life

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While playing with the Tri-City Americans, Price met his wife, Angela (née Webber). They married on August 24, 2013, in Benton City, Washington. Price flew to Calgary for Hockey Canada’s 2014 Winter Olympics Olympic orientation camp the following day.

On October 21, 2015, Angela Price announced on her blog that they would welcome their first child in the spring of 2016. The couple’s first child, a daughter named Liv, was born to Angela in 2016. In December 2018, thanks to Angela, Millie, their second child, was born. In June 2020, Angela and her husband announced they would welcome in the coming months. In October 2020, Lincoln, their third child, was born to Angela.

Net Worth

Carey Price’s net worth is believed to be $13 million. He has amassed a considerable fortune due to his ice hockey career and will continue to do so as he improves.

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