Bob Beers Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Bruins

Bob Beers

Bob Beers

Bob Beers Biography

Bob Beers is renowned to be an American professional ice hockey defenseman. He works as a radio commentator on Boston Bruins broadcasts on the 98.5 The Sports Hub Bruins radio network. Beers also serve at NESN Bruins as well as College Hockey broadcasts as an occasional contributor as of now.

Bob Beers Age

Beers was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the United States of America on May 20, 1967. He is 55 years old.

Bob Beers Height

Beers stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88m tall.

Bob Beers Education

He played Division 1 College Hockey, he also played for the Buffalo Jr. Sabres, Northern Arizona University. Prior to reaching the NHL level while Beers was at the University of Maine, in Orono, Maine.

Bob Beers Family

Beers has not revealed details about his parents and siblings to the public.

Bob Beers Wife

Beers is quite a secretive person he has managed to keep off his love life.  Therefore it isn’t known whether he’s single, dating married, or divorced

Bob Beers Salary

Beers annually receives a salary of $70,376.

Bob Beers Net Worth

Beers has an approximated net worth of $2 million.

Bob Beers Career

Beers serves as a radio commentator on Boston Bruins broadcasts on the 98.5 The Sports Hub Bruins radio network as of now. He split his career between IHL, AHL, and NHL. Also in 1993, 1994. As well as in 1997, Beers represented the United States at the World Championships.

He retired from NHL and came back to play the Bruins organization. On their minor league affiliate the Providence Bruins.  Beers played mainly in home games through parts of the 1999-2000  and also the 1998-1999 season during his time here.

He was on the ice when Providence captured the 1999 Calder Cup in addition. While Beers was at the University of Maine, in Orono, Maine. He played Division 1 College Hockey. Also, Beers used to be in the NHL. 

And was among the many former Black Bear players. He was selected to the NCAA East second all-American team. As well as the Hockey East second all-star team in 1989. Beers went on to play 258 NHL games with the New York Islanders, Tampa Bay Lightning, Edmonton Oilers, and Bruins.