Butch Goring Biography
Butch Goring is renowned for being a former Canadian professional ice hockey player. Presently serves at MSG Network. As a color commentator for Islanders, he works together with Brendan Burke Islanders’ play-by-play announcer.
Goring retired having played 1107 games, 513 assists for 888 points, and 375 goals in 1987 additionally.
Butch Goring Age
Goring was born in Saint Boniface, Manitoba, Canada on October 22, 1949. He is 72 years old.
Butch Goring Height
Goring stands at an average height of 5 ft 10 in/1.78 m tall.
Butch Goring Family
Goring’s dad is called Bob Goring who died on September 23, 2017. He also played hockey in the position of defense. Goring hasnt disclosed details on his mother and on whether he has any siblings.
Butch Goring Wife
Goring is happily married to Cathy Goring. They met while in high school and together they have a grown son and three grandchildren.
Butch Goring Salary
Goring earns an annual salary of $72,124.
Butch Goring Net Worth
Goring has an approximated net worth of $1 Million.
Butch Goring Career
Goring was first drafted in the 51 positions overall during. The 1969 NHL Entry Draft, this was after the completion of his junior career. With the Dauphin Kings of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. He played for the Los Angles.
And their Springfield Kings and AHL between 1971 and 1970. They won the Calder Cup championship along with his teammates in 1971 furthermore.
Goring competed against Boston Bruins where he scored. The overtime game-winning goal in games 2 and game 6 between 1975 to 1976. He became the first player to win the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy and Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy in 1978.
In addition, the World Hockey Association’s Edmonton Oilers gave him a five-year contract. That cost $1 million but countered with an offer of $1.25-million over the same term. In exchange for Dave Lewis and Billy Harris. He moved to the New York Islanders’ 1980 season additionally.
Goring led the team to win four consecutive Stanley Cups scoring 19 points in 21 in 21 playoffs. He won the Conn Smythe Trophy scoring 10 goals. And 10 assists in 20 playoff games, between 1980 to 1981. He then retired from the NHL team in 1985 also.