Canadian Ice Hockey player Andrew Ladd has an estimatd net worth of $13 million, whereas his contract salary has been updated in 2016 which is $4,500,000 only. Born in 1985, Andrew Ladd is a professional ice hockey player began his career in the year 2005 and he is still active in this sport.
|Andrew Ladd net worth 2016:||$13. 2 Million|
|Yearly Salary||$4.5 Million|
|Source of Income||Hockey Player|
|Birth Date||December 12, 1985|
|Birth Place||Maple Ridge, Canada|
|Andrew Ladd Endorsement|
|Salary from Winnipeg Jets||$3,000,000|
|Signing bonus from Winnipeg Jets||$3,000,000|
|Contract with Winnipeg Jets||$22,000,000|
|Contract Salary History|
Andrew Ladd was born in British Columbia, Canada. He is the hockey winger for Chicago Blackhawks of National Hockey League. Andrew Ladd was originally drafted in the year 2004 by Carolina Hurricanes. He also won the Stanley Cup in 2006.
Andrew Ladd started his career in hockey joining the Junior British Columbia Hockey League and he was playing for Coquitlam Express. After that, he also leveled up to major Western Hockey League with Calgary Hitmen and scored about 75 points in rookie year, which was the 15th in league scoring. He also won WHL plus-minus award for leading the league, which was +39plus/minus.
Andrew Ladd scored his first “hat trick” while he was playing against the Detroit Red Wings for Chicago Blackhawks. This made him to accomplish three positive achievements in just one game. Ladd was the captain of the team in 2010 – 2011 of Atlanta Thrashers. He also received MVP award at the end of Thrashers season.
Andrew Ladd in the year 2011 made a $22 million contract with Winnipeg Jets. He was married to Brandy Johnson in 2011, who is an Optometrist and is currently practicing Optometry in Winnipeg. She is also active in various charitable events. The couple is involved in creating chances for the specials Olympic athletes and Children to attend the Winnipeg Jets hockey games.
On the Winnipeg Jets contract came to an end in February, 2016, Andrew Ladd is now traded back to Chicago Black Hawks.