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Pavel Bure Net Worth 2019, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height

Pavel Bure Net Worth 2019, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height

Perhaps it is one of the toughest of games, and one could easily imagine the agility and strength of the player who plays the game. The game is ice-hockey, and the personality is Pavel Bure, one of the most prominent ice-hockey players who had performed extraordinarily.

The famous Russian player had enriched the playing squad of Vancouver Canucks, the New York Rangers and the Florida Panthers. With his supreme control over the game, he had earned many awards. The “Russian Rocket” had played in the National Hockey League and given some splendid performances to the followers of the game. With a high scoring, Pavel had become the fourth highest all-time scorer by average.

He had also represented his native land Soviet Union and Russia in the international arena. He was quite appropriately included in the Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame. Pavel has not only enabled his skates to reach the opposite end board after scoring but also had earned quite comfortably. His effort had accumulated a hefty amount of net worth which is estimated to be in the range of 70 million dollars.

Early life

Pavel was born as Pavel Vladimirovich Bure on 31st March 1971 in Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, USSR. Pavel called Vladimir and Tatiana as his parents. His father Vladimir came from Switzerland and 1968 till 1976 in three Olympics won four Olympic medals for Russia. When Valeri was only a boy of 12 years his parents decided to stay together away.

In 1991 Pavel along with father and brother Valeri went to North America and joined his elder brother who was there in the squad of Vancouver Canucks playing in the NHL. Vladimir with his two sons settled in Los Angeles and taught Pavel and Valeri how to play ice-hockey. After some days Pavel and Valeri went away from their father to enable him to settle with his second wife and their half-sister Katya.

Career

Pavel made his NHL debut in 1991-92 after his 1989 National Hockey League Entry by Vancouver. He began the NHL with a bang and with a splendid display of techniques and speed which helped him in smart game planning. All his efforts gave him the Calder Memorial Trophy recognizing him the best rookie in the league. He was one most efficient scorer in the NHL in 1993-94 and helped the Canucks to reach the Stanley Cup Finals in 1994.

Gradually Pavel became one of the most prominent players on the ice blocks with his indomitable and immaculate playing style. He was becoming a frightening winger for any defense, and as the game moves with high momentum, the opponent would remain static watching Pavel scoring one after another. He served Canucks for seven years with his magnificent dexterity in the game.

By then Pavel had earned enough fame and a craving for any squad. The Canucks negotiated with the Panthers in dealing with Pavel. Moving to the Panthers Pavel retained his fearsome movements and consecutively won the Rocket Richard Trophies by becoming the top scorer in the league. Nothing comes without a cost and Pavel also paid heavily.

The super player has suffered a lot with his knee injuries throughout his career. Withstanding the pain had aggravated the injury, and finally, he made a curtain down to his terrific career in 2005 while serving the Rangers. He was left with no other option as because it was becoming tougher for him to stay away from games since 2003.

At the close his brilliant career Pavel had played in 702 NHL matches securing 779 points after scoring 437 goals. In June 2012 he got into with other eminent personality of the game in the Hockey Hall of Fame.

In 2017 Pavel was included in the list of 100 Great NHL Players by the panel. Representing Russia, he contributed for one gold and two silvers in the World Junior Championship. Then he brought one Gold medal in 1990 and a Silver medal in 1991 in the World Championship. In the Winter Olympics under his captaincy, Russia got a Silver medal in 1998 at Nagano and Bronze in 2002 at Salt Lake City.

Personal life

Pavel exchanged ring with Jayme Bohn in 1991 as a precautionary measure and got separated after a year.

After this in the life of this handsome player few name rose but the relations were not enough for the holistic bonding of marriage.

Later after many years, he was engaged with Alina Khasanova in 2008. Pavel has been acting as an executive vice-president of some famous sporting company along with his watchmaking company in the line of his ancestors.

Quick summary:

Full Name: Pavel Vladimirovich Bure

Date of Birth: 31st March 1971

Birth Place: Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, USSR

Age: 47 Years Old

Profession: Former Professional Ice-Hockey Player

Height: 5 Feet 11 Inches / 1.80 m

Weight: 87 Kg / 191 lbs

Net worth: $70 Million

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