Bob Plager

Birth Day March 11th, 1943
Birth Place Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada.
Age 81 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Pisces

About Bob Plager

Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman, Bob Plager was famous for playing in the National Hockey League (NHL) for 14 seasons from 1964 until 1978. He was a fierce competitor known best for knocking opponents to the ice with his famous hip check.

Bob signed a professional contract with the New York Rangers in 1964 and he retired from on-ice action in 1978. Later, he took a job with the Blues front office. His jersey was retired on 2nd February 2017, the seventh for a Blues player. Sadly, we lost him on 24th March 2021.

Bob Plager, an ice hockey defenceman


Early Life and Family

Born on 11th March 1943, Bob Plager held Canadian nationality and he belonged to Canadian-white ethnicity. His place of birth was Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada. Bob's real name or full name was Robert Bryant Plager. He was a convert to Judaism religion whereas his race was white. Bob lastly celebrated his 78th birthday on 11th March of 2021. As per his birthdate, his star sign was Pisces.

Bob was born to his father Gus Plager who worked as the chief official in the Northern Ontario Hockey Association however his mother's details are unknown. He has two siblings a brother named Bill and Barclay who is also played in the NHL.

Married Life and Wife

Bob Plager was a married guy. He was married to his pretty wife Robyn Sher. He had two children, Melissa and Bobby, and two grandchildren, Jacob Plager Briggs and Katie. Concerning Bob's sexual orientation, he was straight.

Bob Plager with his wife, Robyn Sher and childrens

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Bob Plager Net Worth

Bob Plager's net worth was around $1 million to $5 million at the time of his death, 2021. His salary amount has not been clearly disclosed yet. Plager's major source of income was from his ice hockey career.

Body Measurement - Height and Weight

Bob Plager stood at an ideal height of 5 ft 11 in (180 cm) with a balanced bodyweight of 190 lb (86 kg; 13 st 8 lb). Bob had white hair and dark brown eyes color. His body build was athletic.

Played For

  • New York Rangers
  • St. Louis Blues

Playing Career

  • 1962 to 1978

Bob retired from on-ice action in 1978

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Cause of Death

Former St. Louis Blues defenseman Bob Plager was killed Wednesday in a car crash in St. Louis on 24th March 2021. He dies at 78. Police said he was alone in his vehicle when it collided with a vehicle carrying two women on Interstate 64 in St. Louis at about 1:30 p.m. 

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