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Born Sergei Viktorovich Fyodorov on the 13th December 1969 in Pskov, Russian SFSR (then) Soviet Union, he is a retired hall of fame hockey player, who spent 13 seasons playing for the Detroit Red Wings of the US National Hockey League (NHL), but he also played in his native Russia for CSKA Moscow of the Soviet League, among many other clubs. He currently serves as the general manager of CSKA Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).
Have you ever wondered how rich Sergei Fedorov is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Fedorov’s net worth is as high as $30 million, earned through his successful career as a hockey player, during which he won numerous prestigious accolades, including the Hart Memorial Trophy, Frank J. Selke Trophy twice, and NHL Player of the Year by Sporting News, among other accomplishments.
Sergei Fedorov Net Worth $30 Million
Sergei is the son of Viktor and Natalia Fedorov; before he became one of the leaders of the NHL, Sergei built a name for himself in the native country, starting with the junior world championships in 1987, then in 1988 winning the silver medal, while in 1989 the Soviet team won the gold medal, after which he debuted for the senior team, winning gold. In 1990, he again played for the national team at the World Championships, and brought home another golden medal.
His club career had also begun, as he was already playing for CSKA Moscow, starting in 1986-1987 season. He played for the team until 1990, scoring 41 goals and adding 33 assists to his name.
In 1990 he declared for the NHL Draft, and was selected by the Detroit Wings as the 74th pick overall. In his first season, Sergei made an impact immediately on Wings’ performance, scoring 31 goals and making 48 assists in the 77 games he played, which was enough for him to be selected into the NHL All-Rookie Team.
The following season was even better for the Russian, as he scored 32 goals and had 48 assists, earning him his first All-Star game appearance, an achievement he repeated five more times, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2002 and 2003. He stayed in Detroit until 2002-2003 season and collected numerous awards, as an individual and also with the team. In 1994, he won the Hart Memorial Trophy – a.k.a the MVP Award, after scoring 56 goals and having 64 assists, while also winning the Frank J. Selke Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Award. In 1997 he won his first Stanley Cup Trophy with the Detroit Wings, and won the trophy on two more occasions, in 1998 and 2002, while they also won the Presidents’ Trophy in 1995, 1996, and 2002. Furthermore, they won the Clarence Cambell Bowl in 1995, 1997, 1998 and 2002.
After the 2002-2003 season ended, Sergei signed a contract with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, which further increased his net worth, however, his stint there was short and unsuccessful. After that he signed a contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets, and played for them from 2005-2006 until 2007-2008 season, scoring 39 goals and 74 assists overall. He then moved to the Washington Capitals, and lastly returned to Russia, signing a contract with Metallurg Magnitogorsk in 2009, and played for them until 2011-2012 season, when he decided to retire.
He left his mark on the NH, becoming the first Russian player to reach 1,000 NHL points, and the oldest player in NHL history to score a Game 7 game-winning goal, among other career achievements.
Regarding his personal life, Sergei was apparently married to Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova, however, details of their marriage are unknown in the media, but their divorce is: Anna gave him her South Beach condo. Also, back in 2004, Sergei was in a relationship with actress Tara Reid.
He is a well-known philanthropist; he started the Sergei Fedorov Foundation, through which he has donated more than $800,000 to various causes, including children in need.
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|Birth date:||December 13, 1969|
|Birth place:||Pskov, Russia|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight:||206 lbs (93.44 kg)|
|Profession:||Ice hockey player|
|Spouse:||Anna Kournikova (m. 2001–2003)|
|Parents:||Viktor Fedorov, Natalia Fedorov|
|Awards:||Hart Memorial Trophy, Frank J. Selke Trophy, Ted Lindsay Award|
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|The Gracefield Incident||2015||executive producer post-production|
|Farewell from Moscow: The Igor Larionov Farewell Game||2006||Documentary short|
|Red Alert: Hockeytown 3||2002||Video documentary||Detroit Red Wings Forward #91|
|NHL Power Players: All-Stars of the Game||1997||Video||Himself|
|Gretzky: The Great One and the Next Ones||1997||Video||Himself|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|ESPN SportsCentury||2002||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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|1||(November 15) Acquired by the Columbus Blue Jackets from the Anaheim Mighty Ducks for Tyler Wright, Francois Beauchemin, and a fifth-round pick in 2006.|
|2||(19 July) Signed a 5-year, $40 million contract with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, leaving the Detroit Red Wings after 13 seasons. [July 2003]|
|3||Signs a two-year contract with Metallurg Magnitogorsk (Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia) of the Kontinental Hockey League. [June 2009]|
|4||(26 February) Traded to the Washington Capitals for Capitals draft pick Ted Ruth.|
|5||Told The Hockey News that he and Anna Kournikova had secretly married in July 2001, but were divorced shortly thereafter; Kournikova has never confirmed this.|
|6||Close friend of Kid Rock.|
|7||Spent nearly every day by Konstantinov's bed side, talking to him both in Russian and in English, trying to get a response. Konstantinov finally started to respond to his old friend's voice, and pulled out of a coma a week after team massuer Sergei Mnastakanov did, on July 23rd, five weeks after the accident happened on June 13th 1997.|
|8||Is a close friend of former Red Wing Vladimir Konstantinov, who was injured in the car accident after the Wings' '97 Cup win. Fedorov and Konstantinov played together in the Soviet Red Army before Fedorov's defection.|
|9||Made headlines in July of 1990 when he snuck away from the Soviet National Hockey team after an exhibition game in Portland, Oregon, on their way to the Goodwill Games in Seattle, Washington to sign with the Detroit Red Wings.|
|10||NHL debut: 4 October 1990 with a power-play goal against the New Jersey Devils.|
|11||Arrested in Royal Oak, Michigan, and charged with driving while impaired after failing a Breathalyzer test. In January 2002, he was sentenced to a year's probation, 100 hours of community service, and ordered to pay fines and court costs. (23 September 2001)|
|12||Became a U.S. citizen (21 December 2000)|
|13||Played on a line with Alexander Mogilny and Pavel Bure on the 1989 Soviet Union team that won gold at the World Junior Championships.|
|14||Has won three Stanley Cups with the Red Wings (1996-1997, 1997-1998, 2001- 2002)|
|15||Detroit Red Wings's 4th selection, 74th overall, in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.|
|16||First Russian to win the Hart Trophy as 1993-1994 regular season MVP.|
|17||Announced that his entire 1998-1999 season's salary would be used to establish The Sergei Fedorov Foundation, a charity to aid Detroit- area children. [February 1999]|
|18||Older brother of Vancouver Canucks player Fedor Fedorov. Has a younger brother, Fedor (Fedya) who plays for the Vancouver Canucks from team AHL affiliate, the Manitoba Moose. His parents' names are Viktor and Natalia Fedorov.|
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