Rick DiPietro Wife, Net Worth, Salary, Age, Parents, Bio, ESPN

Rick DiPietro Bio

Richard W. DiPietro Jr. is a well known American retired professional ice hockey goaltender and current sports media personality. Alongside Dave Rothenberg, he co-hosts “DiPietro and Rothenberg” on ESPN 98.7 FM New York. Since the 2021–22 season began, he has also served as an analyst for ESPN’s National Hockey League (NHL) telecasts.

Rick DiPietro Wife

DiPietro’s journey through life has taken a beautiful turn as he is currently married to his wonderful life companion, Cassandra Fontana. The couple did their wedding in 2009. Their union is a celebration of love, shared dreams, and the intertwining of two unique life stories into a harmonious narrative of partnership.

Rick DiPietro Kids

He is blessed with three children, each a unique and cherished addition to the tapestry of his life. His children are named Milo, Ella and Rocco. The family resides in Long Island, New York. The laughter, the shared dreams and the indescribable joy that comes with parenthood have transformed his world into a haven of warmth and familial love.

Rick DiPietro Net Worth

DiPietro has an estimated net worth of $30 Million. His job career is his main source of income. He  has been able to secure a decent fortune for himself having worked as a retired professional ice hockey goaltender and current sports media personality.

Rick DiPietro Salary

DiPietro receives a respectable wage from his job . He receives an average annual salary of $5 Milli0n.

Year 2023 2024
Rick DiPietro Salary  $5 Million  $6 Million
Rick DiPietro  Net Worth $30 Million $35 Million

Rick Dipietro Age

DiPietro on 19 September 1981, in Winthrop, Massachusetts, United States. His birth sign is Virgo. As of 2023 he is s 42 years old.

Rick DiPietro Height, Weight & Body Measurement

DiPietro stands proudly at a height of 6 feet 0 inches(1.83 m, 183cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 84kg (185lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

By maintaining this height and weight, he demonstrates a dedication to maintaining a healthy balance in his life, which can contribute to his overall well-being and quality of life. These physical attributes are a reflection of his choices and commitment to a lifestyle that values both physical and mental health.

Rick DiPietro Parents

DiPietro was born in Winthrop, Massachusetts, United States to his devoted parents. He is the son of Cheryl DiPietro his mother and Rick DiPietro Sr. his father. His parents, with their boundless devotion, established not just a home but a place where love was abundant, dreams were nurtured, and the values of hard work and integrity were woven into the fabric of daily life. Their influence, like a compass, guided DiPietro through the formative years of his upbringing, instilling in him the importance of family, community, and the pursuit of one’s aspirations.

Rick DiPietro Education

During his time at Saint Sebastian’s School, DiPietro participated in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Hockey East for Boston University for one season (1999–2000). He won the team’s co-MVP title, made the All-Rookie Team, was named to the Second Team All-Hockey East, and was named Hockey East’s Rookie of the Year in that one year.

Rick DiPietro Career

ESPN’s Rick DiPietro is an analyst covering the NHL. In 2021, DiPietro became a member of the ESPN broadcast staff. He currently works as an analyst for a few NHL season games.

Presently, he can be heard on 98.7 FM ESPN New York’s “DiPietro & Rothenberg.” In August 2014, he started his career as a radio broadcaster filling in for Alan Hahn. Currently, he appears on the station full-time. Furthermore, MSG hired DiPietro to provide commentary for Islanders telecasts.

He is a former National Hockey League all-star goalie for the New York Islanders. DiPietro, who was born and raised in Winthrop, Massachusetts, was the first goalie selected first overall in American history.

He was chosen first overall by the Islanders in the 2000 NHL Draft. Moreover, he was the first goalie selected as the top pick since 1968.He spent 12 seasons in the NHL and, according to statistics, was among the league’s top 10 goalies from 2005 to 2008. Throughout his career, he recorded 16 shutouts, a 2.87 goals against average, and a.902 save percentage. DiPietro’s postseason stats improved to.904 and 2.60. In Torino, he competed for Team USA in the Winter Olympics in 2006.

He rose to prominence as one of the nation’s best collegiate players for Boston University prior to joining the NHL. Leading the Terriers to the coveted championship, he was named MVP of the Beanpot Tournament, a historic event. In an intense and tiring four overtime loss to St. Lawrence in the NCAA East Regionals, DiPietro recorded an NCAA Tournament record 77 saves the most in a collegiate game since 1965.

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