Joe Micheletti Biography
Joe Micheletti is an American ice hockey analyst and reporter. He is a retired National Hockey League (NHL) and World Hockey Association (WHA) defenseman who played in 142 WHA games with the Calgary Cowboys and Edmonton Oilers between 1977 and 1979, and 158 NHL games with the St. Louis Blues and Colorado Rockies between 1979 and 1982.
He is the brother of former NHL player Pat Micheletti.
Joe Micheletti Age
Micheletti was born on October 24, 1954, in International Falls, Minnesota, in the U.S. Thus, he celebrates his birthday on the 24th of October every year.
Joe Micheletti Family
Micheletti was raised in Hibbing, Minnesota, by his parents, Americo and Mary. His parents had 11 siblings. Two sisters, Jeans, and Andrea the rest were boys.
Joe Micheletti Education
He attended Hibbing High School. He played college hockey under Herb Brooks at the University of Minnesota, where he was a member of the 1974 and 1976 national championship teams.
Joe Micheletti Wife
Micheletti is already a married man and has a beautiful wife. He married his longtime dating girlfriend name is Kathy Micheletti, and there are no divorce rumors between the beautiful couples.
There is no much information about her wife, but some wiki sites covered that his wife also is an ex-player.
Joe Micheletti Children
The beautiful pair has two children, named Adam and Allison. His children are active in the sports field. His son Adam is president of OurSports Center, while his daughter Allison is an American professional golfer. The couple is living happily with each other, while his son is also already married and his daughter as well already married. So the couple now lives in their house in Westchester, New York, U.S.
Joe Micheletti Career
Originally drafted 123rd overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1974 NHL Entry Draft, Micheletti instead chose to start his professional career in the rival World Hockey Association with the Calgary Cowboys in 1977.
He also made his international debut for the United States national team at the 1977 Ice Hockey World Championship tournament in Vienna.
As a professional, Micheletti played in 142 WHA games, mainly with the Edmonton Oilers, totaling 31 goals and 70 assists. He joined the NHL’s St. Louis Blues for the 1979–80 season and later concluded his career with the Colorado Rockies.
His NHL career totals were 11 goals, 60 assists for 71 points in 158 games. His playing career ended in the spring of 1982, where he was a member of the United States team at the 1982 Ice Hockey World Championship tournament in Helsinki.
Over the years, he has served as an ice-level reporter or color analyst for FOX, ABC/ESPN, and NBC broadcasts of the NHL. Micheletti worked the 1994 Winter Olympics with Jiggs McDonald for TNT and also worked the 1998 Winter Olympics for CBS.
During his time with NBC, he covered hockey at the 2002, 2006, and 2010 Winter Olympics, paired mainly with Kenny Albert. In 2009, he became an analyst for NHL on Versus.
On the local level, Micheletti first worked as a color analyst for the Minnesota North Stars during the 1991-92 season, partnering with Dave Hodge on television broadcasts for that one season.
He later moved on to the St. Louis Blues where he partnered with Dan Kelly on radio and later with Ken Wilson on television, followed by a lengthy stint with the New York Islanders, where he worked with Howie Rose. In 2006, Micheletti became the New York Rangers color analyst on MSG Network, partnered with Sam Rosen.
He replaced long-time analyst and former Ranger John Davidson, who had departed to take a position with the St. Louis Blues as Team President.
Joe Micheletti Height
He is a man of a reasonable height. Joe, estimated height is 6 feet (1.82 meters).
Joe Micheletti Salary
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Joe Micheletti Net Worth
Micheletti has an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars approximately with his entire salary and also high incentives and also as an ex-national player.
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