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John Goodwin Biography

Chris Nunez Thu May, 2017
John Goodwin

Facts of John Goodwin

Date of Birth: 1961 , September-24
Birth Nation: Canada
Height: 6 Feet 2 Inch

Quick Timeline of John Goodwin

1961 Born in Canada
1978 Won the William Hanley Trophy
1945 Gave his performance for International Hockey League
2017 Net worth is estimated to be in Million

Detail Timeline of John Goodwin

September 25 , 1961

Born in Canada

The former Canadian professional ice hockey player, John Goodwin born on September 25, 1961. John is one of the successful coaches on the Oshawa Generals, junior ice hockey team, due to whom the team won 97 times.

1978

Won the William Hanley Trophy

Goodwin had a successful career for the Sault Ste Marie, junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. In the year 1978, he won the Emms Family Award as the top first-year player.

1945

Gave his performance for International Hockey League

Goodwin played five seasons in the American Hockey League; three times with Nova Scotia Voyageurs team, one with New Haven Nighthawks team and last one with the St. Catharines Saints team. Later, he gave his performance for two seasons in the International Hockey league (1945-2001) with Peoria Rivermen team.

2017

Net worth is estimated to be in Million

John Goodwin earns a huge amount of money through his professional. He received a good amount of salary from his team and his net worth is estimated to be in million.

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John Goodwin was always surrounded by the atmosphere of Ice hockey, thus he was interested in playing hockey since his childhood, where his only dream was to be a professional hockey player. On the other hand, John parents also supported him gradually before entering on hockey sphere.

In his early age, Goodwin had a successful career for the Sault Ste Marie, junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. Then, John won the William Hanley Trophy as the most sportsmanlike player. In the year 1978-79 OMJHL league, he won the Emms Family Award as the top first-year player.

John Goodwin played five full seasons in the American Hockey League; three times with Nova Scotia Voyageurs team, one with New Haven Nighthawks team and last one with the St.Catharines Saints. After that, Goodwin gave his performance for two seasons in the International Hockey League (1995-2001) with Peoria Rivermen team.

John Goodwin retired as an ice hockey player and gave his 3 years to the Junior ice hockey team Oshawa Generals a Coach. Currently, he is an assistant coach of the Kingston Frontenacs, junior ice hockey team.

John Goodwin earns a tremendous amount of money through his professional career. He received a good amount of salary from his team management job. As of 2017, his net worth is estimated to be more than a million dollar.