Ice hockey is not a usual game, like cricket or football, and hence the people who watch and enjoy it are lesser. Although there are fans for the game and there are people who have chosen the game as a profession.
So can you confess about the number of ice hockey players, you know? I am sure some of you might have heard about one or two players. But other than that, none of you can name a player and talk something about his came.
One such very talented professional player Colby Cave and he was a Canadian. However, he is no more now but still has left a mark behind for people to know him forever.
About Colby cave
Colby cave was born in Saskatchewan and grew up in a town in the state. Also, it was here for the first time he played Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey league from 2009 to 2011.
However, after 2009 he was transferred to playing for WHL Bantam Draft from Battlefords stars earlier. And later from there to Swift Current Broncos.
That season he was the captain of the team and won with a good margin being eligible for the NHL entry draft. However, he dropped played the next season to gain entry to the draft with a three-year entry-level contract by the Boston Bruins team.
Cave played for Providence Bruins for the first three years spanning from 2015 to 2018.
Also, he had a chance to make his NHL debut the same year in which he earned a 2-1 shootout victory.
However, after the game, he returned back to Providence but, of course, not for long.
He then played 20 more games for Boston, although he left for Edmonton Oilers with whom he played 19-20 season.
On April 12, 2020, Colby died from brain hemorrhage and was confirmed by his wife. However, being hospitalized did not make him better.
What is his Net Worth?
There is no explicit mention of his net worth anywhere. So let us make rough estimates about them. He had a contract signed in 2008 worth $1,350,000 in 2018.
And in Oilers, he earned $700,000 for a year. So his Net worth cannot be less than $ 1,000,000.