Bob Errey Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth SportsNet Pittsburgh

Bob Errey

Bob Errey

Bob Errey Biography

Bob Errey is popularly known as a former Canadian professional ice hockey left-wing and sportscaster. He works for Pittsburgh Penguins at AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh. As a color analyst, he also works together with Steve Mears currently.  

Errey works at NHL Network during the 2007 Stanley Cup Playoffs as a night highlight show analyst additionally.

Bob Errey Age

Errey was born in Montreal, Quebec, on September 21, 1964,  and raised in Peterborough, Ontario Canada. He is 57 years old.

Bob Errey Height

Errey stands at an average height of 5 ft 10 in/1.78 m tall.

Bob Errey Education

Errey finished his high school course at Crestwood Secondary School.

Bob Errey Family

Errey is a cousin of the Indy Champ and Tom Geoghegan of the Kinloch racing team. And a third cousin to hockey legend Ted Lindsay. But, he has not shared out details about his parents and siblings.

Bob Errey Wife

Errey is a married man to Tracy. Together they have two kids named;  Chad Errey, Conor Errey.

Bob Errey Salary

Errey annually receives a salary of $65,435, according to Pittsburgh Penguins analysts’ salaries.

Bob Errey Net Worth

Errey has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Bob Errey Career

Errey got drafted during the 1983 Pittsburgh Penguins at 15th position overall. He played from Peterborough, Ontario in the 1977 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey. Tournament with a minor ice hockey team, Errey also went for the Ontario Hockey League.

With Peterborough Petes, playing junior ice hockey between 1980 to 1983 before. He is mostly renowned for his time with Pittsburgh Penguins.  But Errey also played for the New York Rangers, San Jose Sharks, Detroit Red Wings.

Dallas Stars, and the Buffalo Sabres, He won two Stanley Cups. As a member of the Penguins In 1991 and 1992, furthermore. Errey appeared with Detroit in the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals. And as a member of Team Canada, he won the 1997 World Championships.

Errey played in NHL before retiring in 1999 for the Hartford Wolf Pack. During the entire 1998-1999 game season, also he worked. During the 1993 to 1994 season and also part of 1995 as the San Jose Sharks captain.

He frequently works at TSN as an analyst and covers the IIHF World Hockey Championships also. Errey played for New York Rangers, Buffalo Sabres, and San Jose Sharks. Detroit Red Wings, Dallas Stars, and Pittsburgh Penguins during his ice hockey career.