Guy Lafleur Net Worth

Guy Lafleur Net Worth is
$10 Million

Guy Lafleur Biography

Guy Lafleur net value: Man Lafleur is a Canadian former professional hockey participant who includes a net value of $10 million. Man Lafleur was created in Thurso, Quebec, Canada in September 1951. He also represented Canada in worldwide competition in 1976 and 1981. Lafleur was the #1 overall pick out by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1971 National Hockey League Draft. Then performed for the Quebec Remparts in the Quebec Main Junior Hockey Group from 1969 to 1971. Since retiring Guy today operates a helicopter local rental firm and owns a cafe. Lafleur finished his profession playing for the brand new York Rangers from 1988 to 1989 and for the Quebec Nordiques from 1989 to 1991. Lafleur played correct wing and first performed for the Quebec Junior Aces in the Quebec Junior Hockey Group from 1966 to 1969. Lafleur became the initial participant in the NHL to ever rating 50 goals and 100 factors in six consecutive periods. During his 17 period career Lafleur gained five Stanley Glass Championships. Over his profession he also gained three Artwork Ross Trophies, three Lester B. Pearson Awards, two Hart Memorial Trophies, and a Conn Smythe Trophy. In 1988 Lafleur was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame. He was inducted in to the Canadian Sports activities Hall of Fame in 1996. Honoring him the Man Lafleur Award of Excellence was presented in 1985. He performed for the Canadiens from 1971 to 1985.

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Quick Facts

Full NameGuy Lafleur
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 20, 1951
Height1.83 m
Weight84 kg
ProfessionIce hockey player
SpouseLise Lafleur
ChildrenMark Lafleur, Martin Lafleur
ParentsPierette Lafleur
AwardsConn Smythe Trophy, Hart Memorial Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Ted Lindsay Award

Interesting Facts

1 L'lle-Bizard, Quebec, Canada [July 2007]
2 He was awarded the O.C. (Officer of the Order of Canada) on June 23, 1980 for his services to sports in Canada.
3 As a child, he used to dress in his hockey gear before he went to bed and slept in it, so he wouldn't "waste any time dressing" when he got up and he could play sooner.
4 Placed 122 items - including 5 miniature Stanley Cups, 6 miniature Prince of Wales trophies, 1977 Conn Smythe Trophy, 3 Art Ross trophies, Hockey Hall of Fame plaque and ring, games-used jerseys, 4 Stanley Cup rings, and the first skates he ever wore - for sale. The Leland's auction netted about $400,000. Although Lafleur said he didn't need the money, he kept most of the proceeds. (April 2001)
5 Operates a helicopter rental company in Montreal. André Roy proposed to his wife while flying in a helicopter piloted by Lafleur.
6 When Lafleur reached the 1,000-point mark, he did it in just 720 games, the shortest time taken to hit that milestone in NHL history.
7 Retired for three years before he signed up with the Rangers in 1988.
8 Played right wing for the Montreal Canadians (1971-1985), New York Rangers (1988-1989) and Quebec Nordiques (1989-1991).
9 Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988.
10 Became the first player in NHL history to score at least 50 goals and 100 points in six consecutive seasons.
11 Art Ross Trophy (1976, 1977, 1978). Conn Smythe Trophy (1977). First All-Star Team Right Wing (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980). Hart Memorial Trophy (1977, 1978). Lester B. Pearson Award (1976, 1977, 1978).


1 Former Right Winger for the Montreal Canadians' Hockey Club



Les Boys 2012 TV Series Lui-même
Les Boys IV 2005 Lui-même


24CH: la série 2013 TV Series documentary Himself
Guy and Me 2012 Documentary short Himself
Life and Times 2001 TV Series documentary Himself
Power Play 2000 TV Series Himself
Legends of Hockey 1996 TV Movie documentary Himself
Lance et compte II 1988 TV Series Himself
Le confort et l'indifférence 1982 Documentary Himself (Séquence de la Coupe Stanley)
1978 NHL All-Star Game 1978 TV Special Himself - Wales Conference Right Wing
The Mystery of the Million Dollar Hockey Puck 1975 Himself (uncredited)

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