Mike Cammalleri Net Worth , Age, Height, Weight, Biography

Mike Cammalleri Net Worth – $ 17 Million

AGE – 40

Amount of net worth $ 17 Million
Name Mike Cammalleri
Born 8 June 1982
Height 1.75 m
Profession Ice Hockey Player
birth place Year Richmond Hill Ontario, Canada
Weight  86 KG


Cammalleri was born in Richmond Hill , Ontario.  His father, Leo, is Catholic and of  Italian descent and his mother, Ruth, is Jewish . He has one sister, Melanie. His maternal grandparents, from Poland .  He said, “It’s a family of deep-rooted closeness and unity coming from very desperate times. It is who I am as a person.”

At age 15, Cammalleri  attends the  University of Michigan on a full hockey scholarship. He has   graduated from  The Country Day School in King City , Ontario, at age 17. He then goes  to Michigan, where he studied sports management and communications. Cammalleri’s  was also best in soccer and baseball game but his passion was hockey, and he played most of his minor ice hockey  with the Toronto Red Wings organization of the Greater Toronto Hockey League.  He played in the 1996 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament  with the Toronto Red Wings.

Jennifer Bernaudo is wife of Cammalleri  ,they have 2 daughter  Chloe, born in 2011  and second  daughter, Mya, was born in December 2014. The couple have been involved in numerous charitable endeavours ,  He has focused on children’s charities. During his time in Montreal, Cammalleri also supported the military through his “Cammy’s Heroes” program. He bought tickets for Quebec’s soldiers and their families to attend Canadiens games, meeting with them prior to each game.

For his  great service, the Canadiens named Cammalleri recipient of the Jean Béliveau Trophy in 2010-11 .  

When he was an active player in 2009 Cammalleri was one of the co-founders of  Biosteel Sports Nutrition , which produces nutrition products for athletes .


Cammalleri  has do many struggle in his life  though he stands five feet, nine inches tall, Cammalleri’s teammates have argued his small stature is not a drawback. While at Michigan, teammate Craig Murray said that a lot of people look at his size and they hold it against him, but there’s no one stronger out there . On the ice, Cammalleri says he tries to play bigger than his opponents.

Cammalleri made his international debut in 2000, joining the  Canadian junior team  at the 2001 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships , who won the bronze medal. He returned the following year , Cammalleri led the 2002 tournament in scoring with 7 goals and 11 points, and was named the tournament’s top forward.

He made his debut with the senoir team  at the 2006 World championships  where he scored one goal and five points in eight games for the fourth place Canadians.  He returned for the 2007 tournament  held in Moscow,  where his seven points helped Canada win the gold medal with a perfect 9–0 record.

On  2014, as a free agent, Cammalleri signed a five-year, $25 million contract with the  New Jersey DevilsnewI. In his first season for the Devils, he was the team’s leading scorer with 27 goals. For the  2015 -16 , following the departure of long-time general manager Lou Lamoriello,  Cammalleri became the first player in the history of the Devils to wear sweater #13, becoming the first player to wear it since   Robin Burns wore it with the Kansas City Scouts.  He scored his sixth career NHL hat-trick on November  2016, against the Carolina Hurricanes.

on October 1, 2001, he played in the “Cold War”  against Michigan State University, an outdoor  game that set a then-world record attendance for a hockey game at 74,554 fans. Though he nearly missed the game due to a hip-flexor injury, Cammalleri figured in all three of Michigan’s goals as the game ended in a 3–3 draw.


Year –  Award

1998 –  OPJHL Rookie of the year

1999-   OPJHL All star

2001-   All CCHA First Team

AHCA West second Team All American

2002-  CCHA Second Team

AHCA West second Team all american

CCHA all tournament team

IIHF World U20 championship tournament all star

IIHF World U20 Championship Best forward

2004-  Second Team All star

2005- Willie Marshall Award

2007-  Bill Libby Memorial Award

2011-  Jean Béliveau Trophy

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