Artemi Panarin Net Worth (House Cars Income Salary 2018)

Artemi Panarin Net Worth is $8 million dollars and earns an annual Income of $6 million dollars. Artemi Panarin is a Russian professional ice hockey winger of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Net Worth of Artemi Panarin has seen a hike of 73% over the past few years. Artemi Panarin recently bought a brand new Ferrari GTC4Lusso luxury car for $302,000 USD. While calculating Artemi Panarin Net Worth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Artemi Panarin Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Victor Hedman and Jonathan Quick.

Artemi Panarin Net Worth and Income Details

Artemi Panarin Net Worth $8 Million USD
Annual Income $6 Million USD
Luxury Cars – 3 $510,000 USD
Houses – 1 $2 Million USD

Artemi Panarin Cars

The Car collection of Artemi Panarin is quite Small. Artemi Panarin owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Artemi Panarin include Jaguar F-type R and Ferrari GTC4Lusso.

Artemi Panarin Biography

Artemi Panarin was born and raised in Korkino. Artemi Panarin developed an early interest in ice skating. Artemi Panarin maternal grandfather, a former amateur hockey player, encouraged Artemi Panarin to play hockey when he was five years old.

Artemi Panarin helped train Panarin and would often drive him to hockey tournaments in Tyumen. Artemi Panarin attended the Traktor Ice Hockey school in Chelyabinsk, where he trained six days a week for six months a year.

Artemi Panarin was not selected in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft and began his professional hockey career in the Kontinental Hockey League with HC Vityaz. Midway through the 2012–13 season, Artemi Panarin was traded by Vityaz after producing 18 points in 40 games to SKA Saint Petersburg in exchange for a draft pick in January 2013.

Artemi Panarin tallied 26 goals and 62 points in 54 appearances for St. Petersburg during the 2014–15 season. Artemi Panarin played a significant role in the team’s championship run, registering 20 points in 20 post-season games. Artemi Panarin was named to the KHL first all-star team in 2014–15.

Artemi Panarin signed a two-year entry-level contract with the Chicago Blackhawks on 29 April 2015. Artemi Panarin scored his first career NHL goal against Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers in his first game for the Blackhawks.

In February 2016, he scored his first career NHL hat-trick, also against the Rangers. Artemi Panarin appeared in 80 games for the Blackhawks during the 2015–16 season, during which he recorded 30 goals and 47 assists.

Artemi Panarin led all rookies with 77 points, which also ranked within top ten among all skaters for the season. Artemi Panarin found instant chemistry with Patrick Kane and fellow Russian Artem Anisimov on the Blackhawks’ second line. Kane, who was the NHL’s MVP and leading scorer in 2015–16, cited Artemi Panarin as a major contributor to his success.

Artemi Panarin scored his first NHL playoff goal in game two of the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs against the St. Louis Blues in April. During the playoffs, he registered seven points. Artemi Panarin was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy, awarded to the NHL’s top rookie, at the 2016 NHL Awards in June.

Artemi Panarin was also awarded the 2015–16 Kharlamov Trophy, given to the best professional Russian hockey player by the Russian Hall of Fame. Artemi Panarin also earned a $2.55 million bonus pursuant to his contract for finishing the season in the top ten among forwards in scoring.

Artemi Panarin moved to the United States in August 2015 after joining the Chicago Blackhawks. Artemi Panarin did not speak English at the time and moved in with a Russian-born family who were Chicago residents.

The family helped Artemi Panarin transition to his new surroundings and culture. Panarin also has a personal translator who helps him conduct interviews before and after games.

Artemi Panarin fellow Russian teammates, Viktor Tikhonov, who briefly played with the Blackhawks in 2015, and Artem Anisimov also helped Artemi Panarin understand English while playing in North America.

Artemi Panarin was affectionately nicknamed the “Bread Man”, a reference to the Panera Bread restaurant chain, by his teammates and coaches on the Blackhawks, which was retained when he was traded to the Blue Jackets.

Artemi Panarin Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Artemi Panarin is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Artemi Panarin’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 95%.