About Randy Carlyle
It has been reported that the total amount of Randy Carlyle net worth reaches 12 million dollars, according to the current calculations. He has accumulated such a high net worth because of his career in hockey. Randy Carlyle is a retired hockey player. When he retired, he became a coach. Currently, he is working as the head coach of the Anaheim Ducks, which competes in the National Hockey League. His annual salary has been stated to reach 4 million dollars, and thus, it has added up a lot of revenues to the overall estimate of Randy Carlyle net worth, too. Before he started to coach this team, Randy Carlyle worked as the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Randy Carlyle was born in 1956 in Canada. Although he is of Finnish origins, he grew up outside Ontario. As a member of the Anaheim Ducks team, Randy Carlyle became a winner of the Stanley Cup in 2007. This was his first year with this team. As a player, Randy Carlyle belonged to a few teams, such as the Toronto Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Jets and Pittsburgh Penguins. In fact, he was the captain of the two latter teams. In 1981, Randy Carlyle won the Norris Trophy.
Thus, his hockey career has made his name well known in sports and also increased the total sum of Randy Carlyle net worth.
Talking about his junior career, Randy Carlyle started it as a player with the Sudbury Wolves, with which he was playing in the period of 1973-1976. During the 1973-74 OHA season, he appeared in 12 games with the team. In 1976, he became a professional hockey player when he entered the NHL Entry Draft, during which he was chosen to play with the Toronto Maple Leafs, which selected him as the 30th overall pick. Also, in the same year, Randy Carlyle spent a short period of time playing with the Dallas Black Hawks of the Canadian Hockey League. He played in 27 games as a member of this team, during which he scored nine points and two goals. In his first year with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the player appeared in 45 games, during which he had five assists. In the period of 1977-1978, he spent an equal amount of time playing with both of the mentioned teams.
In 1978, he signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins, with which he stayed for six years. Thus, this team has also increased the current amount of Randy Carlyle net worth. Then, in 1984, Randy Carlyle joined the Winnipeg Jets, with which he was playing until 1993.
When he retired, Randy Carlyle became a coach. At first, he worked as an assistant coach with the Winnipeg Jets. When the team moved to Arizona, Randy Carlyle left it. In 1996, he became an assistant coach with the Manitoba Moose team. He worked with the team until 2002 as in that year, he became an assistant coach of the Washington Capitals. He stayed with this team for two years.