Rob Blake is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player and ice hockey helper manager for Los Angeles Kings who comes with an estimated net worth of $55 million. During his three seasons stint with the team, he earned the CCHA and NCAA West First All-Star Team in 1990 and received the CCHA Greatest Offensive Defence man. He was selected as the 70th overall pick from the Los Angeles Kings for the 1988 NHL Entry Draft. After 11 seasons together with the Kings, Rob went to Colorado Avalanche in 2000-2001 season. Blake returned to the Kings in 2006-2007 season after he became a free agent. Blake left the Kings after two seasons and became an unrestricted free agent again and signed a one-year contract together with the San Diego Sharks in 2008. Two years later, Blake announced his retirement from playing ice hockey. Robert Bowl by Blake was born on December 10, 1969 in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.