Wade Redden Net Worth $20 Million
Wade Redden is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. He was a two time NHL All Star. He’s been recorded as among the best players in the real history and his net worth has been said to be around $20 million dollars. He grew up in Hillmond, Saskatchewan. As a child, Wade played ice hockey and softball. Wade finished Kindergarten to grade nine in the Hillmond School. Then he attended the Lloydminster Comprehensive School for grade ten, and finished classes 11 and 12 in Brandon, Manitoba. He could be the youngest of three kids and contains an older sister Niki and an older brother Bart.
When he was in school, Wade Redden used to play for minor hockey with all the teams at Hillmond High School as well as the Mid West Red Wings. After that Wade played one year with all the Lloydminster Blazers, before joining the Brandon Wheat Kings. After that Wade was named rookie of the year. The Wheat Kings made it to two Memorial Cup while Redden was an associate of the group. Wade was an associate of the 1995 and 1996 Canadian teams in the World Junior Hockey Championships, both teams winning gold medals. On July 1, 2008, he signed a six-year, $39 million contract together with the New York Rangers.
After signing the contract, his performance started to decline while Wade Redden was in NYC and it made him to face significant critisim from his supporters and followers. Redden sponsored a suite in the Scotiabank Place named Wade’s World earmarked for critically and terminally ill kids, that he paid for while an associate of the Senators from 1997 until 2008.