Rob Ray is a former professional Canadian ice hockey player for Ottawa Senators, and a sports forecaster who has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. Rob Ray started his career as an ice hockey player when he played competitive hockey because of his hometown, Stirling Blues. Then, he was drafted by the Cornwall Royals during the 5th round of the OHL Priority Selection. He acquired a spot for the Buffalo Sabres during the fifth round of the NHL Entry Draft in 1988. Subsequently, after 14 seasons with all the team, Ray was traded to Ottawa Senators. He stopped his career with 3,207 livelihood penalty minutes, Ray worked with the Sabres Hockey Network as an post game reporter. In the year 2012, he became the color commentator for Sabres. Rob is married and has two kids.