Ken Daneyko Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, MSG+
Ken Daneyko Biography
Ken Daneyko currently serves at MSG+ as a color analyst. Ken has been working at the station since officially joining in 2006.
Earlier prior to joining the journalism industry, he was a professional ice hockey defenceman who played for the New Jersey Devils his entire twenty-season career. In 2016, he was placed into the Ukrainian Sports Hall of Fame. Ken loves traveling and watching sports during his free time.
Ken Daneyko Age
Ken Daneyko was born on April 17, 1964, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Ken is 58 years old and commemorates his birthday on April 17 every year.
Ken Daneyko Height
He is a man of average height. Ken stands at the height of 5 feet 10 inches (approximately 1.77 meters).
Ken Daneyko Family
He was in Windsor, Ontario but raised in Edmonton, Alberta in Canada under the loving care of his hardworking and supportive parents. He belongs to Ukrainian descent and holds Canadian nationality. He has managed to keep details regarding his family under wraps, hence his parents’ identity and whether he has any siblings remain a mystery to the public.
Ken Daneyko Wife
He is a married man. He is happy and also contentedly married to his loving and supportive wife named Margaret Daneyko. The couple has been married for over a decade and currently lives in North Caldwell, New Jersey, in the United States.
Nevertheless, this is Ken’s second marriage he was formerly married to JonnaLyn Robinson. His first marriage endured for fourteen years, that was from 1992 to 2006. Nevertheless, the two share two kids a daughter and a son.
Ken Daneyko Salary
Daneyko receives an annual salary of $96,370. This is according to MSG+ anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Ken Daneyko Net Worth
Ken Daneyko has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Ken Daneyko Career
He was drafted in the first round in the 1982 National Hockey League Entry Draft, which was the second pick of the New Jersey Devils following repositioning from Colorado. Before he was recruited he played in the Junior Hockey League for several teams including the Yorkton Terriers, the Saskatchewan Junior, the Great Falls Americans, and the Seattle Breakers. The Devils drafted him during the 1983–84 season.
Sadly, he broke his fibula in a game against Hartford Whalers and had to miss over 40 games. Thereafter, after recovery, he was appointed to the Kamloops Junior Oilers of the WHL, where he played for the remainder of the season. During his profession as a professional Hockey player, he acquired over 2,200 penalty minutes and holds a record for playing in 255 consecutive regular-season games without scoring a goal. In the 1989-90 season, he scored six goals and 15 assists en route to a 21-point season.
Ken together with Scott Stevens, a one-time Canadian Hockey professional player was part of the tough Devils defensive core that was rewarded the 1994–95, 1999–2000, and 2002–03 Stanley Cup. On Mar 24, 2006, The Devils retired Ken’s uniform number, 3, hence making him second to accept the honor after his former teammate Scott Stevens No. 4 was retired on Feb 3, 2006.
Nowadays, he serves as a color analyst at MSG+ since officially joining the network in 2006. Before his current role, Ken worked as a hockey analyst for Devils on “Hockey Night Live!” together with host Al Trautwig and several anchors including Ron Duguay, Dave Maloney, Butch Goring, and Mike Keenan.
In Oct 2009, Ken began competing as a pairs figure skater on “Battle of the Blades” a reality show that airs on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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