Dave Maloney is well-known as a Canadian former professional ice hockey defenceman. He used to play in the National Hockey League from 1974-75 to 1984–85 for eleven seasons.
Maloney serves at MSG Network in Greenwich, Connecticut, the United States as a radio analyst presently.
Maloney was born in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada on July 31, 1956. He is 65 years old.
Maloney stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 1 in/1.85 m tall.
Maloney has a brother named Don, however, he has not shared out any additional information. On his brother or on whether he has any additional siblings and also on his parents.
Maloney stays in Greenwich, Connecticut, United States. However, he has not disclosed any other details about his marital status. Hence, isn’t known whether he s single, dating, married, or divorced, review on this is ongoing, and will soon update this section.
Maloney annually receives a salary of $88,986.
Maloney has an accumulated net worth of $1.5 million.
Maloney as of now works at Ranger radio broadcasts. Alongside Kenny Albert as the color commentator. He worked in the NHL at Ranger, for ten years, while recovering from an injury during the 1984-85 season.
Maloney was selected 14th overall by the New York Rangers in the 1974 NHL. Amateur draft. He played 657 career NHL games, compiling 1154 penalty minutes, 246 assists for 317 points, and 71 goals.
When He played his first game on December 18, 1974, he was 18 years of age. And this made him the youngest player in Rangers history. Maloney was the youngest player to be named Rangers captain in 1978 in addition.
He recorded a song called Hockey Sock Rock as a fundraiser. For the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, in the same year. Maloney and Phil Esposito together with other Ranger teammates.
He was traded Chris Renaud and Maloney to the Buffalo Sabres. In exchange for Steve Patrick and Jim Wiemer on December 6, 1984, the Rangers. He together with Rick Peckham called from 1995 to 1998 the New York Rangers-Washington.
Series on SportsChannel America. Maloney also worked together with Kenny Albert on Ranger radio broadcasts as the color commentator.