Angela James is a Canadian former ice hockey player. He currently serves as a referee and coach in Canada. She is considered as the first superstar of modern women's hockey and played during the first ever woman's world champion. Born on 22nd December 1964, the 53-year-old started her career as a hockey player back in 1980 and played for 2 decades before retiring as a player in 2000.
She is certainly one of the most valuable players and has won numerous awards to date. Moreover, she is one of the two first women to have their name inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. With such rich history in the field of hockey, she indeed earned some big bucks. As of 2018, she has an estimated net worth of $8 million. The major source of her income is her career in the field of hockey.
Here we are going to share some interesting details about her net worth, property, and career.
Angela James earnings and property, her net worth in 2018
As mentioned above, as in 2018, Angela has an estimated net worth of $8 million which she earned through her career as a hockey player, referee, and coach. Moreover, according to sources, she earned a massive $3 million after she made an appearance in the TV show The Marilyn Denis Show.
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Furthermore, Angela, who is a lesbian and currently in a marital relationship with Ange and has 3 children, is a very humble person and does not like to flaunt her earnings and property or about her net worth.
There is not much information about her earnings and salary. Moreover, the details about her real estate, cars, and others are also unknown.
Angela James Career and Awards
Angela started playing hockey professionally back in 1980 after she joined Toronto Islanders, which is a Senior AA team of newly founded Central Women's Hockey League. After just a year of serving as a central defender, she became a star and even lead her team to win McTeer Cup.
Canada's Sports Hall of Fame's respected member Angela James
Source: Canada's Sports Hall of Fame
2 years later, she joined Burlington and played for the team for 3 seasons. She even led the team to victory later winning Abby Hoffman Cup. She retired as a player in 2000 and throughout her career as a player, she has won 7 gold medals.
After retirement, she was certified as a referee in Canada, but later on, because of her involvement in an altercation with a player, she became the first women to be banned from OWHA for a lifetime.
Moreover, she serves as a senior sports coordinator at King Campus of Seneca College where she earned her diploma and worked as a sports programmer back in 1985.
Source: The Women's Hockey Web