Brian Leetch is a former American professional ice hockey player with an estimated net worth of $50 million. Brian Leetch’s love for hockey began when he was a kid. In high school, he joined the Cheshire High School hockey team. He played for two seasons for Avon Old Farms School hockey team, then he was selected as the first round, 9th overall pick by the New York Rangers during the 1986 NHL Draft.
Leetch made up for all this lost time in 1993-94 as the .
Rangers won their first Stanley Cup in more than 50 years. He led the way as the top scorer in the post season and was named the Conn Smythe trophy winner as the most valuable player of the playoffs, becoming the first American-born player to win the award.
In 1997 the New York Rangers named Brian Leetch their captain upon the departure of Mark Messier, putting him on centre stage in the high-pressure media capital of the world.
Among other accomplishments on the international stage, Leetch has represented his country three times at the World Junior Championships in 1985, 1986 and 1987 where he was named to the First All-Star Team. A member of the U.S. World Championship team in 1989, Canada Cup team in 1991 and winning World Cup team in 1996 and participant in 2004, Leetch was one of 12 players voted to the All-Time USA Hockey Team in 1997.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Brian Leetch at the 23rd Annual Skate with the Greats to benefit Ronald McDonald House, which he has been helping many years, by donating ,signing autographs and making appearances, alongside his fellow NY Rangers , See more about Brian Leetch’s involvement with Ronald McDonald House by clicking here.