The former professional ice hockey goaltender Chris Osgood who is working as a Detroit Red Wings studio analyst and part-time color commentator for Fox Sports Detroit. Previously, he has played with the Detroit Red Wings including the New York Islanders and the St. Louis Blues.
On November 26, 1972, Chris Osgood was born as Christopher John Osgood in the Peace River, Canada. He is the son of John Osgood (father) and Joy Osgood (mother). His father was the principal of his grade school while his mother was a housewife. He has a brother named Mitch Osgood as his siblings.
He grew up in Edmonton, Alberta. By nationality, he is Canadian and belongs to a white ethnical background. Chris Osgood stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches and weight is 81 kg. He has a pair of eyes with blue color and blond hair color.
What is the Net Worth & Salary of Chris Osgood?
According to the sources the estimated net worth of a Detroit Red Wings studio analyst Chris Osgood is around $3 million. Likewise, he earned an annual salary of around $500,000. Previously, he earned around $1.1 million through his contract with Detroit Red Wings since 2010.
Is Chris Osgood still Married with His Wife?
Yes, the former professional ice hockey goaltender Chris Osgood is a married man. He is married to his wife Jenna Osgood. The pair dated for several months and after that, they got married. From their marriages, the pair have shared three children, two daughters, and a son.
They named daughter as Mackenzie Osgood, Sydney Osgood, son as Max Osgood. As of now, the beautiful pair is living a blissful life along with their children.
Ice Hockey Career
Chris was picked in the 3rd round as the 54th worldwide by the Red Wings in 1991. In 1993-94, he made his pro debut. Also, he became the 4th goaltender to main the fold for Detroit that season alongside Petering, Vencent Riendeau, and Cheveldae.
Furthermore, winning three Stanley Cup championships with two of them on while he was starting goaltender, he played 17 seasons for the Detroit Red Wings. On 28th September 2001, Chris acquired by the New York Islander and he helped the Islanders to a playoff berth where they lost seven-game series to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
For the remainder of the 2002-2003 season and the entire 2003-2004 season, he remained the primary goaltender for the St. Louis Blues. He signed to his former club for being a free agent in On August 8, 2005, Detroit admits on a two-year contract on $800,000.
Chris announced his retirement from ice hockey on July 19, 2011, but remained with the wings as the assistance of his former goaltending coach Tom Danko.
Chris signed on as a Redd Wings and studio analyst for Fox Sports Detroit, replacing Larry Murphy, who was released by Fox Sports Detroit late through the 2012-201013 season. Essentially, he provides in the studio, but also replaced Mickey Redmond on select road games throughout the season.
In August 2016, Chris joined as a partner of the Ontario Hockey League’s Saginaw Sprint. He serves as a goaltending and general consultant to the team.
Awards and Achievement
In the year 1997, 1998, and 2008, he became a member of the Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings. After that, his team became a two-time winner of William M. Jenningms Trophy (shared with Mike Vernon in 1996), (shared with Dominik Hasek in 2008).
In the year 1996, he played in NHL All-Star Game. Then in 2008, he played NHL All-Star Game under the head coach Mike Babcock. In NHL history he became only the 10th goaltender to achieve 400 wins on Dec 27th, 2010 in a 4–3 overtime win against the Colorado Avalanche.
He is the 4th all-time NHL leader with a win percentage (60%). He has won many awards during his on and off a career.
Facts of Chris Osgood
|Full Name||Chris Osgood|
|Net Worth||$3 mіllіоn|
|Date Of Birth||November 26, 1972|
|Age||47 years 3 months|
|Place Of Birth||Peace River, Canada|
|Height||5 ft 10 inches|
|Profession||Canadian former professional ice hockey goaltender|
|Children||Mackenzie Osgood, Sydney Osgood, and Max Osgood|
|Parents||John Osgood (father) and Joy Osgood (mother)|
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