Cassie Campbell-Pascall Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Husband, Career

Cassie Biography

Cassie Dawin Campbell-Pascall CM is a former Canadian ice hockey player currently an ESPN and Sportsnet broadcaster. During the 2002 Winter Olympics, she captained the Canadian women’s ice hockey team and helped them win a gold medal. During the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, the left winger assumed the captaincy once more and skillfully guided her team to a gold medal with a 4-1 victory over Sweden.

In addition, Cassie captained the Western Women’s Hockey League team, the Calgary Oval X-Treme. In addition, Campbell has played for the Mississauga Chiefs and the Toronto Aeros.

Cassie  Net Worth

Campbell has an estimated net worth of $2 Million. Her job career is her main source of income. Having worked in the industry for quite some time now, she  has been able to secure a decent fortune for herself.

Cassie Salary

Campbell receives a respectable wage from her job. She receives an average annual salary of $200 Thousand.

Year 2023 2024
Cassie Campbell-Pascall Salary $200 Thousand $250 Thousand
Cassie Campbell-Pascall Net Worth  $2 Million   $2.5 Million

Cassie  Age

Campbell was born on November 22, 1973 in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. As of 2023 she is 49 years old.

Cassie Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Campbell stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 meters or 170 centimeters), she exhibits an exquisite balance in her physique. Weighing approximately 61 kg (134 lbs), her body measurements are an enviable.

She has kept up a lovely physical shape that is currently visible on websites all over the internet. However, neither her physical characteristics nor shoe size are known.

Cassie Parents

Campbell was born in Richmond Hill, Ontario and  raised in Brampton, Ontario. We tried to learn more about her family, but were unsuccessful because no such information is available in the public. Therefore, it is still unknown who her parents are. Furthermore, it is unknown if she has any siblings. Once the information is available, we will update this section.

Cassie Husband

Campbell-Pascall’s is a happily married woman to her husband Brad. Their relationship  is a testament to the love and contentment that defines their relationship. Their union is a beautiful story of love, commitment and partnership.

The happiness that Campbell-Pascall shares with her husband, Brad, is a reflection of the strong bond they have nurtured over the years. Their journey as a married couple is marked by trust, understanding, and unwavering support for one another. They stand together through life’s ups and downs, forming a strong partnership that is built on love and companionship.

Cassie Kids

Campbell-Pascall’s role as a mother to her daughter, Brooke, is a significant and cherished part of her life. Their mother-daughter relationship is marked by love, nurturing, and the shared experiences that create a strong and enduring bond.

Brooke, as Campbell-Pascall’s daughter, is a source of immeasurable joy and pride. Her presence has added a new and meaningful dimension to her mother’s life. As a parent, Campbell-Pascall is dedicated to providing Brooke with a nurturing and loving environment where she can flourish and grow.

Cassie Education

Campbell-Pascall studied at the University of Guelph, where she earned an honors degree in sociology after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in arts with distinction. In 1995, she led the Gryphons from the University of Guelph to an OWIAA University Championship.

Later, the University of British Columbia awarded her an honorary doctorate in law, and the University of Guelph awarded her an honorary doctorate in science. Campbell-Pascall was bestowed with the esteemed title of being named to the Order of Canada in 2016.

Cassie Career

ESPN‘s Cassie Campbell-Pascall is an analyst covering the NHL. In 2021, Campbell-Pascall became a member of the ESPN broadcast staff. She currently works as a game analyst for a few NHL games.

Currently working as a TV analyst for Rogers Sportsnet, Campbell-Pascall joined the broadcast team in 2006 and was the first female color commentator for Sportsnet’s Hockey Night in Canada. She has held positions with CBC, NHL Network, Flames TV, Fan 960 in Calgary, and Rogers Sportsnet. She has also covered three Olympic Games for Radio-Canada/CBC.

The only captain to lead Canada to two gold medals at the Olympics is Campbell-Pascall, a three-time medallist. In 1998, the year women’s ice hockey became an official Olympic sport, she made her Olympic debut.

The longest-serving captain in Canadian hockey history, Campbell-Pascall was the captain of Canada’s National Women’s Hockey Team from 2001 until her retirement in 2006. She is a six-time IIHF World Champion gold medallist. The first female hockey player to be inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame was Campbell-Pascall in 2007.

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