Grant Fuhr Bio
Facts of Grant Fuhr
|Age:||55 years 11 months|
|Birth Date:||September 28, 1962|
|Birth Place:||Alberta, Canada|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches (1.74m)|
He ran over a few people, nothing major. Mess runs over people. Sometimes, people don't get up. That's life
Because there wasn’t enough time to play 54
If I get run into again, I'm taking someone with me. I lost one knee. I'll take a head if it happens again.
Relationship Statistics of Grant Fuhr
|What is Grant Fuhr marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|When did Grant Fuhr get married ? (married date):||September 14, 2014|
|How many children does Grant Fuhr have ? (name):||Five (Janine, Rochelle, RJ, Kendyl and Rochelle Oyas-Corral)|
|Is Grant Fuhr having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Grant Fuhr gay ?:||No|
|Who is Grant Fuhr wife ? (name):||Lisa Cavanaugh|
More about the relationship
Reflecting on a personal life of Grant Fuhr, he is married to Lisa Cavanaugh. They got in a married relationship on 14 September 2014 in the Grand Cayman Islands. He is living a happy married life with his family.
Previously, he was married to Candice Fuhr but his first marriage couldn’t last for long. He has four children from previous marriages, Janine Fuhr, Rochelle King, RJ Fuhr, Kendyl Fuhr and step-daughter Rochelle Oyas-Corral. Being a celebrity, his fans are always curious to know more about him.
Who is Grant Fuhr?
Tall and handsome Grant Fuhr is a Canadian retired ice hockey player and a formal goaltending coach for the Arizona Coyotes. He won a total of five Stanley Cups and was a seven-time All-Star.
Grant Fuhr: Birth Facts, Family, and Childhood
Retired ice hockey player was born on 28 September 1962in Spruce Grove, Alberta. He is of African ethnicity and has a Canadian nationality.
He was adopted by parents Betty Wheeler and Robert Fuhr. He was born to one black parent and one white parent in Spruce Grove, Alberta. His birth name is Grant Scott Fuhr.
Grant Fuhr: Education History
There isn’t much information regarding his childhood and education.
Grant Fuhr: Professional Life and Career
Grant Fuhr started playing ice hockey professionally after Victoria Cougars of the WHL at the age of 17 in 1979. Hockey is nothing less than an obsession for most Canadians. He was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft.
He has won Vezina Trophy as the NHL’s top goaltender and came second in voting for the Hart Memorial Trophy as league MVP during the 1987-88 season. He has also played for Canadian national team at the 1989 World Championship where he has won a silver medal. He was suspended for 59 games of the 1990-91 season by the NHL. In a seven-player deal, he was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1991. After playing one and half season for the Leafs he was again traded to the Buffalo Sabres. He was traded from Sabres to the Los Angeles Kings where he played along with Gretzky. After becoming a free agent he signed with the St. Louis Blues before the 1995–96 campaign. In 1999, Blues signed Roman Turek as their new number one goaltender and traded Fuhr to the Calgary Flames.
On 22 October 1999, Fuhr earned his 400th career win versus the Florida Panthers and during the 2000-01 season, he officially announced his retirement. On 2 November 2003, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. On 22 July 2004, he was hired to be the goaltending coach for Phoenix Coyotes. He was replaced by Sean Burke at the end of the 2008-09 season. From onwards, he joined the Calgary Flames with the same post.
Grant Fuhr: Salary and Net Worth
There is no information about his salary and net worth.
Grant Fuhr: Rumors and Controversy
Unlike other players, he has not been into any rumor nor controversy sufferings in his life.
Grant Fuhr: Body Measurements
He has a height of 5 feet 8.4 inches with body weight 84kg. He has bald-black hair color and his eye color is brown.
Social Media Profile
He is active on Instagram and Twitter but he is not active on Facebook. He has more than 1595 Followers on Instagram and has more than 12.6k followers on Twitter.