Nicklas Backstrom Net Worth (House Cars Income Salary 2019)

Nicklas Backstrom Net Worth is $33 million dollars and earns an annual Income of $7 million dollars. Nicklas Backstrom is a Swedish professional ice hockey centre of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Net Worth of Nicklas Backstrom has seen a hike of 59% over the past few years. Nicklas Backstrom recently bought a brand new Bentley Mulsanne Speed luxury car for $352,000 USD. While calculating Nicklas Backstrom Net Worth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Nicklas Backstrom Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Victor Hedman and Jakub Voracek.

Nicklas Backstrom Net Worth and Income Details

Nicklas Backstrom Net Worth $33 Million USD
Annual Income $7 Million USD
Luxury Cars – 6 $1 Million USD
Houses – 4 $11 Million USD

Nicklas Backstrom Cars

The Car collection of Nicklas Backstrom is quite Large. Nicklas Backstrom owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Nicklas Backstrom include Mercedes AMG E43, Lexus LC, Porsche 911 and Bentley Mulsanne.

Nicklas Backstrom Biography

Nicklas Backstrom was born and raised in the small village of Valbo, Sweden, just outside of Gavle. Nicklas Backstrom father Anders was a professional hockey player, His father, Anders, winning a championship with the Brynäs team and retiring shortly after Nicklas Backstrom was born. Nicklas Backstrom mother had been an elite handball player in Finland and Sweden.

A nice neighbor would let Nicklas Backstrom and his friends flood his field for hockey come winter. According to his father, Nicklas Backstrom “took over a pair of skates” from his older brother Kristoffer at the age of two.

Young Nicklas Backstrom put his first skates on inside, walking around on the floor inside, refusing to take them off come bedtime. “So we let him go to bed with his skates on”, his father says. “Those were his favorite things in the world.”

When Nicklas Backstrom was three years old, “he could skate fully on his own. Like it was the most natural thing in the world,” according to Anders. Nicklas Backstrom “latch onto” Kristoffer and his friends for “nightly informal games.” Nicklas Backstrom began playing for the local Valbo team when he was four, practicing daily from 5 to 6 p.m., then from after dinner until midnight.

After turning 15, Nicklas Backstrom began his junior career in the 2002–03 season, playing for Brynäs IF of the J20 SuperElit league. After playing parts of three seasons there, in the final of which he had 34 points in 29 games (17 goals and 17 assists), he was called up to play for the club’s team in the Elitserien, Sweden’s top professional hockey league.

In part due to the increased competition brought about by the influx of NHL players into the league (as a result of the 2004–05 NHL lockout), Nicklas Backstrom was unable to record a point.

In his second season, 2005–06, Nicklas Backstrom’s numbers greatly improved, posting 26 points (10 goals and 16 assists) in 46 games, including a goal in four playoff games.

Quickly becoming a first-line centre and a top player on the team, he was named both the Elitserien Rookie of the Year as well as the Swedish Junior Hockey Player of the Year for the first of two times (other notable players to win the latter include Peter Forsberg, Henrik Lundqvist, Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin and Niklas Kronwall).

Following his successful campaign, Nicklas Backstrom was drafted fourth overall by the Washington Capitals at the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, but announced in July 2006, that he would wait a year before leaving Sweden to play in the NHL.

Nicklas Backstrom selection made him the fourth-highest drafted Swede at the time, after Mats Sundin (first), Daniel Sedin (second) and Henrik Sedin (third). (Victor Hedman, however, was later picked second in 2009, and Gabriel Landeskog and Adam Larsson were the second- and fourth-overall picks, respectively, in 2011.)

Nicklas Backstrom played his first game with Sweden in April 2006, in a game against Norway. Nicklas Backstrom won the World Championship when he represented Sweden in the 2006 World Championship. As of that tournament, he is the youngest Swedish player ever in an Ice Hockey World Championship tournament.

Nicklas Backstrom played the last four games in the World Championship (roster spot held open for Daniel Alfredsson) and was directly appointed to the first line together with idols Henrik Zetterberg and Johan Franzén.

Nicklas Backstrom’s father Anders is a Swedish hockey player who played his career for Brynäs IF, totaling ten seasons for the club. Nicklas Backstrom‘ mother Catrin Bäckström (born in Finland) played handball in the Swedish and Finnish Elite League in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Nicklas Backstrom’ older brother Kristoffer is a retired professional hockey player, who played the second tier of the Swedish league system with Hammarby IF, and in a German league. Nicklas Backstrom and his girlfriend, Liza Berg, have two children, a daughter and a son.

Nicklas Backstrom Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Nicklas Backstrom is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Nicklas Backstrom’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 68%.