Andrew Ladd

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Full Name Andrew Ladd
Age 34 Years Old
Nick Name Andrew
Gender Male
Famous As Ice Hockey Player
Birth Date December 12, 1985
Birth Place Maple Ridge, British Columbia
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A Canadian professional ice hockey winger, as well as an alternate captain for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League (NHL), is named for Andrew Locklan Ladd shortly Andrew Ladd. He was drafted in 2004 by the Carolina Hurricanes and won the Stanley Cup with them in 2006. He again won the Stanley Cup a second time in 2010 with the Chicago Blackhawks. Recently, Derrick Brassard takes Andrew Ladd's job on the wing. 

Andrew Ladd: Bio, Early Life, Age, Parents, Brothers

On 12th December 1985, Andrew Ladd was born in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada as Andrew Locklan Ladd. He is Canadian by nationality and his ethnicity is White. As of 2019, he celebrated his 33rd birthday. He is Christian by religion and his zodiac sign is Sagittarius. Josh Ladd and Mike Ladd are his brothers. There is no further information regarding his parents, early life and education. 

Andrew Ladd: Height, Weight, Body Stats

Andrew Ladd is a very handsome person. With his charming smile and glowing face, he attracts a lot of people towards him. His eye color is brown and his hair color is black. His hairstyle is short with a short beard. His body build is athletic and he maintains his body a lot. He works out and eats healthy. He is very conscious of his food intake. He has a tall height of six feet and three inches with a balanced bodyweight of 93 Kg. His other body measurements have not been revealed yet and it will be added soon once we get information about it. Overall, he has got a healthy body. 

Andrew Ladd: Career (Beginning-Present)

  • Andrew Ladd started his junior hockey career with the Coquitlam Express.
  • After that, he progressed to the major junior Western Hockey League (WHL) with the Calgary Hitmen after being traded from the Vancouver Giants.
  • He recorded 75 points in his rookie season, tops among first-year players and 15th in WHL scoring.
  • His +39 plus/minus led the league and he also earned the WHL Plus-Minus Award.
  • He was drafted in the first round, fourth overall, by the Carolina Hurricanes in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft in the off-season. 
  • He turned pro after two seasons with the Hitmen in 2005-2006 with the Lowell Lock Monsters, the Hurricanes' American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate.
  • He was called up to the Hurricanes in November, making his NHL debut. 
  • He then suffered a knee injury in December which sidelined him until February.
  • He was later assigned back to the Lowell Lock Monsters until March when he was recalled to join the Hurricanes for their playoff run. 
  • He contributed 5 points in 17 post-season games helping the Hurricanes to their first Stanley Cup championship.
  • In his 2006-2007 season, he solidified a roster spot with the Hurricanes, but suffered an injury for a second straight season, undergoing an emergency appendectomy on 14th December 2006. 
  • He finished the campaign with 21 points in 65 games.
  • He was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks at the trade deadline on 26th February 2008.
  • He was reunited with three former minor hockey teammates, Troy Brouwer, Brent Seabrook, and Colin Frase by joining the Blackhawks. 
  • He scored his first NHL hat trick on 7th March 2010. 
  • He was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers on 1st July 2010. 
  • He was named as the captain of the Thrashers on 18th November from 2010-2011. 
  • He signed a five-year, US$22 million contract with the franchise, as they became the Winnipeg Jets on the July 2011.
  • In the final year of his contract and with the Jets out of playoff contention, he was traded back on 25th February 2016 to the Blackhawks.
  • He appeared in 19 games for the Blackhawks, where he recorded eight goals and four assists.
  • He skated with captain Jonathan Toews on the team's first line. 
  • He also played in all seven of the Blackhawks playoff games, tallying one goal and one assist. 
  • He then signed as a free agent to a seven-year, $38.5 million contract with the New York Islanders on 1st July 2016. 
  • He struggled in his first few games with the Islanders, going his first five games without a point and his first 12 games without a goal. 
  • He had 8 goals and 4 assists in 40 games at the time of the firing. 
  • It was announced that Ladd, after appearing in 26 games through the season, would miss the remainder of the 2018-2019 season due to torn ACL on 26th March 2019. 

Andrew Ladd: Marital Status, Wife, Children

Talking about Andrew Ladd's personal life, he is a married person. He tied a knot to his beautiful wife, Brandy Johnson in the year 2011. Brandy is very loving and caring for him and his family. They have been as a girlfriend and boyfriend for long years. They went for dinner, clubs, and discotheques. They had some beautiful moments together as part of their holidays. They are also the proud parents of two children as a son and daughter named “Locklan Joseph Ladd” and “Andy Ladd”. As of today, he is having a great family life without any disturbances. 

Andrew Ladd: Net Worth, Salary, Source Of Earning

Andrew Ladd is a famous ice hockey player. With his career, he has accumulated a huge amount of money. As of 2019, his net worth is estimated to have $25 Million. His salary is believed to have $4.5 Million according to sources. His major source of earning is from his ice hockey player. Moreover, he is also earning from endorsements deals. He has achieved great heights in her career life. With all the fortune in a million dollars, he must be living a lavish and luxurious lifestyle. 

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