Timeline of Matt Pinder
|Date of Birth:||1995 , June-16|
Matt started his sports career at the young age of 14 years and he is still busy in building a successful career in hockey. It is not clear whether he is a gay or not but being at the age of 21 years, he is not married. The young boy is active in social media “twitter” and has 438 followers which would be increasing in coming days. He keeps updating the followers about the matches he did and his contribution in hockey clubs.
Earlier 4 months, Pinder played for The Soo Thunderbirds hockey club against Kirkland Lake Gold Miners and won the NOJHL championship. He is working hard to get established in the hockey world. His net worth has not been officially disclosed yet. Belonging to Canadian nationality, his ethnicity is not known yet. His good looks are likely a plus point that he could get offer for movies in the near future.
Matt Pinder facts on timeline
Born in Canada
Matt Pinder was born in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada on 16 June 1995. He is at his age of 21 years. He belongs to American nationality and his ethnicity is unknown yet. He is a tall hockey player with the height of 6 feet and 77 kg weight.
Started his career
The young and enthusiastic boy was interested in sports from his early days so, he started his career in hockey at the young age of 14 years. Since then he has been playing well and working hard to get well established in the arena of a hockey game.
Playing for So Peewee Hockey League
Starting his career in hockey from 2009, he has playing in So Peewee Hockey League. He is playing at forward ‘F’ position shooting width ‘R’. He keeps updating about his hockey matches on his social networking site Twitter. He has now 438 followers in his Twitter which would be increasing in coming days.
On April 2016, won NOJHL championship NOJHL Championship
4 months earlier on April, he played for The Soo Thunderbirds hockey club against Kirkland Lake Gold Miners and his team won the NOJHL championship. The guy is working hard in order to get established as the best player in the hockey world.