Mike Comrie Net Worth: Mike Comrie is a Canadian retired professional hockey player who has a net worth of $10 million. Born Michael William Comrie on September 11, 1980, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, he had played as ice hockey center throughout his 13-year-long NHL career. Comrie's father has a net worth estimated at $500 million. His fortune was made as the founder of a Canadian furniture and appliance empire. A student at the Jasper Place High School then University of Michigan, Mike Comrie was selected by the Edmonton Oilers out of the University of Michigan as its third round pick for the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. Once this deal fell through, he continued to play for other teams of the National Hockey League, including Philadelphia Flyers, Phoenix Coyotes, Ottawa Senators, New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins. With the Flyers he played only 21 games and then he got traded to Phoenix Coyotes in exchange for Branko Radivojevic, Ben Eager and Sean Burke. 2007 saw him playing for two other teams, first for the Ottawa Senators and subsequently for the New York Islanders. In September 2009, he got back to Edmonton Oilers by inking a one-year $1.125 million worth of contract. In 2011, he would sign another year-long contract worth $500,000, but this time with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Unfortunately, he would be soon forced to retire from the sport after undergoing his third hip surgery. Mike Comrie officially retired in February 2012. Off the hockey rink, he is Hilary Duff's husband and a father of one child. In 2015, Duff filed for divorce.
Mike Comrie salary: $1.125 million per year.