Marc Savard (born July 17, 1977) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre currently under contract to the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League (NHL). He has previously played for the New York Rangers, by whom he was originally drafted in 1995, the Calgary Flames, and the Atlanta Thrashers.Savard has not played since late in the 2010–11 season because of post-concussion syndrome.
Marc Savard Net Worth Total Income/Salary
- Date of Birth: July 17, 1977
- Height: 1.78 m
- Career start: 1997
- Weight: 87 kg
- Current team: Boston Bruins (#91 / Centerman)
Marc Savard Net Worth Total Income/Salary Monthly Yearly & Earning Per Day Week :-
- Net Worth :- $28 Million
- Salary: 6.5 million USD
- Source of Wealth: Ice Hockey
- Birth Place: Ottawa, Ontario
- Full Name: Marc Savard
- Nationality: Canadian
- Ethnicity: Canadian
- Occupation: Professional Ice Hockey Player
- Won the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy (OHL top scorer) in 1995 and 1997.
- Won the CHL Top Scorer Award in 1995.
- Named the NHL Offensive Player of the Week for October 5–8, 2005.
- Played in the NHL All-Star Game in 2008 and 2009.
- Won the Stanley Cup in 2011.
- Oshawa Generals franchise all-time points leader – 413 points in 238 games (1993–94 to 1996–97)
- Atlanta Thrashers franchise record for most single-season assists – 69 in 2005–06
- Atlanta Thrashers franchise record for most assists in consecutive games – 7 in 2 games (November 11–12, 2005)
Marc Savard is a Canadian professional ice hockey player with an estimated net worth of $28 MillionMarc Savard started to play in the major hockey league for Oshawa General. After his second season with the Generals, in which he scored a league-leading 139 points, he was selected 91st overall in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Rangers.Savard was named as a reserve to his second All-Star game in Montreal the following season, in 2008–09 and helped lead the Bruins to a first place finish in the Eastern Conference. Savard led the Bruins in scoring with 88 points in 82 games before adding 13 points in 11 post-season games. Playing the Canadiens in the first round for the second consecutive year, Savard and the Bruins swept the series in four games. He advanced to the second round for the first time in his career, where the Bruins were eliminated in seven games by the Carolina Hurricanes.Seven games into the 2009–10 season, Savard sustained a broken foot while inadvertently blocking a shot. After he was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital, tests revealed he had been playing with an injured foot since taking a previous shot in the foot during training camp. Savard was placed on the long-term injured reserve on October 21, 2009. Shortly after returning the lineup,the Bruins signed Savard to a seven-year extension on December 1,worth $28.05 million(approximately $4.2 million per season).