This 31 year old Alexander Ovechkin has current net worth of $30 million where as he has a contract salary of $10 million in 2017. Ovechkin is a Russian-born Ice Hockey player who has achieved a mounting high success by his great game and marvelous moves. He is now on the top of fame and fortune as his net worth is now $ 60 million approx with his $ 9 million salaries. Now he is the captain of Washington Capitals and he plays for National Hockey League. This superstar hockey player was a part of HC Dynamo Moscow formerly and he has played on Russian Superleague with the team jersey. There also the record of winning the Rocket Richard Trophy is in his bag.
Net Worth – $30 Million
|Alexander Mikhailovich Ovechkin
|Date of Birth
|Mikhail Ovechkin and Tatyana Ovechkina
|Source of wealth
|Ice hockey player
|6.2 feet / 1.90 m
He was born in a sports family of Moscow on 17th September 1985. His father Mikhail Ovechkin was a renowned soccer player on his generation and her mother Tatyana was a basketball player, who has the record to win two Olympic Gold Medals as a Basketball player of Women Basketball Team of Soviet Russia. His hidden talent and passion for sports were discovered by his parents when he was two years old and has chosen a hockey stick as a toy from the toy store and he started watching the hockey matches whenever it aired on television.
Morning shows the day, this is very true for him and Ovechkin has started his hockey game at eight when he was in school and his elder brother also was in the same game. After losing his brother in an accident he felt more passionate about the hockey game as his brother was the person who has introduced the game to him and was the best inspiration for him.
His career is designed with so many winnings and records. This rich and successful hockey player has signed a contract of $ 124 million with Washington Capitals for 13 years.
Ovechkin is a player who was on the NHL First All-Star Team for five times, he is one of the most successful players from this genre, who has the record to hold the position for five years. Calder Memorial Trophy has selected him as NHL Rookie of the Year on 2006 and the NHL Player of the Year by the Sporting News.