Ken Daneyko as of now serves as a color analyst at MSG+. He commenced his work here in 2006. Daneyko was a professional ice hockey defenceman who played. His entire twenty-season career for the New Jersey Devils before, the journalism industry.
Daneyko was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada on April 17, 1964. He is 58 years old.
Daneyko stands at an average height of 5 ft 10 in/1.77 m tall.
Daneyko is quite reserved on his personal issues, due to this. He has kept away details about his parents and siblings, and it remains a mystery to the public.
Daneyko is happily married to Margaret Daneyko, they’ve been together. For over ten years and they currently live in North Caldwell, New Jersey. However, this is his second marriage, he first married to JonnaLyn Robinson, and they stayed together for fourteen years from 1992 and separated in 2006, and they have two kids.
Daneyko annually receives a salary of $96,370. This is according to MSG+ analysts’ salaries.
Daneyko has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Daneyko was drafted by The National Hockey League Entry Draft. In the first round, which was the second pick of the New Jersey Devils after moving from Colorado in 1982. He played in the Junior Hockey League for several teams.
Including the Seattle Breakers, the Saskatchewan Junior, and the Great Falls Americans. And the Yorkton Terriers prior, to getting drafted. Daneyko got recruited by the Devils during the 1983–84 season.
He cracked his fibula in a game against Hartford Whalers and had to miss over 40 games sadly. After Daneyko had recovered he was assigned to the Kamloops Junior Oilers of the WHL. Where he played for the remainder of the season.
Daneyko holds a record of playing in 255 consecutive regular-season games without scoring a goal. And acquired over 2,200 penalty minutes While he was a professional Hockey player. Daneyko also scored six goals and 15 assists en route to a 21-point season in the 1989-90 season.
He was part of the tough Devils’ defensive core that was rewarded the 1994–95, 1999–2000. And 2002–03 Stanley Cup together with a former Canadian. Hockey professional player called Scott Stevens.
The Devils retired Ken’s uniform number, 3, on March 24, 2006, therefore making him second to receive . The honor after his former teammate Scott Stevens No. 4 was retired on February 3, 2006.