Al MacInnis Net Worth $5 Million
Al MacInnis is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player that has an estimated net worth of $5 million. During his stint with Pat Blues, he scored 20 goals and 48 points in 59 matches he played. After remaining for just one season with all the Pat Blues, he transferred to the Ontario Hockey League’s Kitchener Rangers during the 1980-1981 season. MacInnis led the Rangers in winning the J. Ross Robertson Cup title twice and named as the receiver of Max Kaminsky Trophy. He was known as second best shield possibility when MacInnis entered the 1981 NHL Entry Draft for Calgary Flames. MacInnis dedicated his time for both teams until the 1982-1983 season. The next season, he did a short stint with all the Flames’ Central Hockey League affiliate, Colorado Flames before debuted to play for Calgary. After 11 seasons with all the team, he moved to the St. Louis Blues in 1994. Through the time he is with the Blues, MacInnis was named interim captain for the balance of 2002-2003 season due to Chris Pronger’s harm. In 2005, he announced his retirement. Allan MacInnis was produced on July 11, 1963 in Inverness, Nova Scotia, Canada. In 1989, after winning the Stanley Cup, he wed his wife, Jackie and have four kids.