Matthew Phillips (Ice Hockey) Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Biography & More
Matthew Phillips (Ice Hockey) Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Biography & More know all about him in this article.Matthew Phillips is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre playing for the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Matthew Phillips Wiki/ Biography
|Real Name||Matthew Phillips|
|Birthdate||6 April 1998|
|Age (2022)||24 years|
|Place of Birth||Calgary, Canada|
|Profession||Canadian professional ice hockey centre|
Matthew Phillips Family Details
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Spouse / Partner||Not Known|
Matthew Phillips Age, Height & Weight
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
Matthew Phillips Parents and Family
Matthew Phillips was Born to his parents Mr. & Mrs.Phillips in Calgary, Canada. His Mom and dad always support hi career.He ha not disclose much on social media about his Family and Parents.
Matthew Phillips Wife, Is Matthew Phillips Married
Matthew Phillips is not Married yet.There is not have much information about he has any past relationship and any previous engaged. He is not dating anyone.
Matthew Phillips Net Worth
Matthew Phillips Net Worth is $5 Million in 2022.Matthew Phillips has agreed to terms with the Calgary Flames that will see him earn an average annual salary of $750,000 over the course of a one-year contract that pays a base salary of $750,000.
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Income / Salary Per Years||Will Update Soon|
|Income Source||Canadian professional ice hockey centre|
Matthew Phillips Ethnicity, Nationality
Matthew Phillips Ethnicity and Nationality beongs t Canada as he was born in Calgary, Canada.
Matthew Phillips Career Highights
During the 2013 Western Hockey League Bantam Draft, the Victoria Royals selected Phillips in the second round, placing him 33rd overall. Phillips participated in the Royals' training camp and preseason for the 2013–14 WHL season as a 15-year old, despite not being eligible to play in the regular season because WHL rules prohibit players under the age of 16 from playing.
He was subsequently returned to his minor ice hockey team, the Albemarle Whalers. Phillips scored forty goals and 77 points in 37 games played with the Calgary Bisons of the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League (AMBHL) the season prior to being
Phillips was playing with the AMHL Calgary Buffaloes for the second straight season when he was called up to the Royals. He was leading the league in scoring when he was called up. Phillips made his Western Hockey League debut for the Royals on January 23, 2015 against the Kamloops Blazers, scoring one goal in a 4–3 overtime loss.
He played one more game for the Royals after that. He ended his second season with the Buffaloes by winning the Harry Allen Memorial Trophy as the top scorer in the AMHL.He also earned the Trevor Linden Trophy as the league's top forward and was nominated to the AMHL First All-Star Team. He had 33 goals and 73 points in 34 games played.