Mark Barberio is currently assigned to Dinamo Minsk of the Kontinental Hockey League. The Tampa Bay Lightning took Barberio in the sixth round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, 152nd overall.
|First and last name||Mark Barberio|
|Activity||ice hockey player|
|Date of birth||March 23, 1990|
|Height||1.85m (6′ 1″)|
|Weight||201.1 pounds (91.2 kg)|
|Brothers and sisters||Lisa Hairdresser,|
|Net worth (approx.)||$2 million|
Mark Barberio Biography
Mark Barberio is a Canadian professional ice hockey player born on March 23, 1990, currently with the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Tampa Bay Lightning took Barberio in the sixth round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, 152nd overall.
With the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles and Moncton Wildcats in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), Barberio played four seasons of major junior ice hockey. In his senior year of major junior hockey, he was named to the 2009-10 QMJHL Second All-Star Team after being named to the QMJHL All-Rookie Team during the 2006-07 season.
Mark Barberio’s parents are Gerry and Joanne Barberio. His younger sister is Sara Barberia. There is not much information about Mark Barberio’s education. After graduating from high school, Mark Barberio signed up with Moncton and played for them.
Mark Barberio Height, Weight, Body Measurement
Currently, Mark Barberio is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 201 pounds. The shoe size 4 (US) and dress size 8 of Mark Barberio (US). Mark Barberio’s full body measurements are not available at this time. Black eye color and brown hair color. Mark Barberio’s eyes and hair are also black.
- With the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles and Moncton Wildcats in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), Barberio played four seasons of major junior ice hockey. In his final year of major junior hockey, 2009-10, he was named to the QMJHL Second All-Star Team after being named to the league’s All-Rookie Team in 2006-07.
- On May 28, 2010, Barberio signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
- Barberio was selected to the 2011-12 American Hockey League First All-Roster on April 5, 2012, during his second professional season. Barberio became the first admiral to ever receive the Eddie Shore Award, which is presented each year to the American Hockey League’s best defender five days later, on April 10.
- With three games left in the season, Barberio has 60 points and 47 assists to lead all AHL defenders. This almost quadrupled the total of 31 points from his previous season. The Admirals’ 28-game winning run, the longest in the history of professional hockey in North America, was subsequently set by Barberio and the team. Barberio would win the Calder Cup with Norfolk in a four-game sweep of the Toronto Marlies in addition to the record streak.
- After winning the Calder Cup, the Lightning switched to the Syracuse Crunch as their minor league affiliate. Barberio was demoted to Syracuse to start the 2012-13 season after failing to knock the Tampa Bay NHL roster out of training camp. Barberio was drafted by Tampa Bay on April 8, 2013, and he made his NHL debut the next day against the Ottawa Senators. Barberio was the top Crunch defender in goals, assists and points with eight goals, 40 points and a plus-seven plus-minus rating in 70 AHL games before being called up.
- Barberio appeared in two NHL games and clocked a season high in ice minutes on April 11 (16:47). Barberio and the Crunch eventually made it to the Calder Cup final after quickly transferring on April 14, but were defeated by the Grand Rapids Griffins in four games to two series setbacks. He led all postseason defenders in points during the 2015 Calder Cup playoffs with a final standings of three goals and 15 points.
- Barberio rejoined Jon Cooper, the current head coach of the Lightning and previous Syracuse head coach, before the 2013-14 season. Barberio was called right out of training camp on the opening night of the Lightning.
- Barberio became only the second player in Lightning history to score his first two NHL goals in the same game on January 19, 2014, when Tampa Bay defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 5-3. After his landmark game, it was revealed that Barberio took a vow to keep his hair long until he reached the NHL and scored his first goal two years earlier when he played in the AHL as a minor leaguer.
- In 49 games played with the Lightning, he eventually finished the regular season with five goals and five assists (ten points), and his +10 plus/minus rating matched him for fourth place among rookie defenders in the NHL. Barberio also took part in two of the Montreal Canadiens’ eventual four-game series wins, while making his Stanley Cup playoff debut against them in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
- Barberio was re-signed by Tampa Bay on June 27, 2014 to a one-year, one-way deal for the 2014-15 campaign.
Mark Barberio’s Net Worth
Slater Koekkoek of the Blackhawks and Mark Barberio have both predicted a net worth of more than $2 million. The median annual salary for an NHL player is also $1,450,000. In his NHL career, he has made a total of $7,466,577.
Most of Mark’s income came from his Yeezy shoes. Although he had overestimated the size of his company over the years, the money he made from his job was substantial enough to place him among the highest paid celebrities of all time. His primary source of income comes mainly from his achievement as an athlete.
Mark Barberio Girlfriend, Dating
At the moment He is not romantically involved with anyone. He is a single man who is very focused on his career. In addition, he does not reveal his past relationships or dating history in the public domain. he keeps his private life hidden from the paparazzi.
Awards and Achievement
- Second All-Star Team
- First All-Star Team
- Eddie Shore Award
- Calder Cup (Norfolk Admirals)
- Second All-Star Team
- The Tampa Bay Lightning took Barbario with the 152nd overall pick in the sixth round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
- With the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles and Moncton Wildcats in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), BARBERIO played four seasons of major junior ice hockey.
- In his final year of major junior hockey, 2009-10, he was named to the QMJHL All-Star Second Team after being named to the league’s All-Rookie Team in 2006-07.