Chris Kreider Biography
Christopher James Kreider, popularly known as Chris Kreider is an American professional ice hockey winger and an alternate captain of the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL). He holds the NHL record for most Stanley Cup playoff goals before playing his first NHL regular-season game, with five.
Chris Kreider Age|Nationality
He was born on 30 April 1991 and is therefore currently 28 years old as of 2019. Being born in Boxford, Massachusetts, Chris is of American nationality and of white ethnicity. His birth|zodiac sign is Taurus.
Chris Kreider Height|Weight
He stands at a height of 6 feet 3 inches and an estimated weight of 226 pounds. His hair color and eye color is currently not available and will be updated soon.
Chris Kreider Spouse|Dating|Married or Divorced?
His girlfriend is a pretty gal named Grace Putman. In 2014, Ms. Putman graduated from the University of Edinburgh and in 2016 from Denison University with a Bachelor’s Degree in communications.
Grace was an intern for the L’Atelier Group Showroom and the social media marketing manager at Chalsen Lawn and Landscape. The two are in a low-key relationship and details about them are not yet known.
Chris Kreider Family
Chris seems to be so secretive about his personal life. Details about his family or early life are yet to be known. He, however, grew up in Boxford, Massachusetts, where he and his family were fans of the Rangers’ rivals, the Boston Bruins.
Chris Kreider Stats
Statistics of Chris Kreider, a hockey player from Boxford, Massachusetts show that he was active from 2009 to 2019.
Chris Kreider Education
As of his education background, not much is known. We only know that he played for Masconomet Regional High School, and later Phillips Academy, a preparatory school in Andover, Massachusetts. He played hockey for Boston College. Chris scored six goals for the gold medal-winning the United States World Junior Championship team.
He scored a goal in the 2010 NCAA title game in which Boston College defeated the University of Wisconsin to win the national title; he was also named to the 2010 Hockey East All-Rookie Team. Further details about it will be updated soon.
Chris Kreider Career
Kreider was chosen to represent the United States once again at the 2011 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and led the team with four goals in six games as Team USA won the bronze medal. Two of his goals were scored in the bronze medal game, and he was named the USA’s best player for that game.
Chris Kreider Achievements
He previously played college ice hockey at Boston College and was drafted in the first round, 19th overall, by the Rangers in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.
He is a left-wing who made his NHL debut on April 16, 2012, in a playoff game for the New York Rangers; selected 19th overall in the 2009 NHL Draft by the Rangers.
Kreider’s ten goals in World Junior Championship play tied him with John LeClair and Mike Modano for third all-time among American players, behind just Jeremy Roenick’s 13 and Brian Gionta’s 11.
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Chris Kreider Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 60 Million dollars as of 2019. His primary income source is a hockey player. We, currently don’t have enough information about his property, cars, monthly/yearly salary and we will update you soon.
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Chris Kreider Trivia
On 23 April 2012, he scored his first goal on an assist from Derek Stepan. He then scored his first career hat trick on November 30, 2013, in a 5-2 Rangers victory over the Vancouver Canucks.
He was named Most Valuable Player of the 2011 Beanpot Tournament, as Boston College won the tournament for the second-straight time. Again. he was selected to the senior United States to compete in the 2011 IIHF World Championship in Slovakia. Chris won a second NCAA title with Boston College in the 2011-2012 season, where he led the team in scoring with 23 goals and 45 points in 44 games.
His 23 goals were second overall in the Hockey East conference and tied for eighth in the NCAA; his 45 points were fifth in Hockey East and tied for 19th in the NCAA. He was also tied for the Hockey East lead in game-winning goals (5), short-handed goals (3) and shorthanded points (5). Again, Kreider finished in the top ten in Hockey East with seven power-play goals and 17 power-play points.
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