The exceptional performances of McDavid gave him worldwide recognition and by setting many new records at this teenage. Thus, his achievements enhance his market value and income too. He is awarded by several prestigious awards and honors in the short career span. Besides salary; endorsements and sponsorships also enhance his income. He has signed a deal with Reebok, Crosby, and CCM (a company known for making equipment). Reports state that he is heavily paid by CCM and he is in the contract from 2015 and will be associated with this for the next 5 years.
Connor Mcdavid Salary 2019:
- The Connor Mcdavid salary 2019 is about $845,000.
How Much Money does Connor Mcdavid Make throughout Career?
Connor Mcdavid Net Worth 2019:
The Connor Mcdavid net worth 2019 is $1.5 M.
Short Bio on Connor Mcdavid:
Outstanding Canadian ice hockey player Connor McDavid was born on January 1, 1997, in Richmond Hill, Ontario. Brian, his father is a trainer of ice hockey at a small level but has an excellent record in coaching. His father is the recipient of many trophies too. At the age of, he skated for the first time. A year later, McDavid played hockey. At 6, the hockey associated visited his hometown. However, they found him underage and didn’t let him to play.
Consequently, McDavid’s father was concerned about his interest and put his name down with a team in nearby Aurora. He played with his seniors there. Then McDavid became a member of another team in Aurora, Ontario ‘York-Simcoe Express’ there he played under his father’s guidance and team brilliantly won Ontario Minor Hockey Association events and then he was notified by several clubs.
Short Career Detail:
In 2011, McDavid joined Toronto Marlboros. Though for him it was not a rewarding decision to join Toronto Marlboros and leave York Simcoe Express. Further, he studied at Boston University and began playing for university ice hockey team ‘Terriers’. This choice enables him to give his best and make a name in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).
McDavid availed an opportunity to play in the OHL at the junior level for Erie Otters. He also gave his performances for Greater Ontario Hockey League. In 2015, Edmonton Otters drafted him in National Hockey League and then entered into the ice hockey world professionally. Now he is currently playing for them.