Wade Redden is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player with an estimated net worth of $53 million. Wade Redden played minor hockey for Hillmond High School and Mid West Red Wings. Wade joined Lloydminster Blazers for one season only. After his brief stint with the team, he transferred to Western Hockey League’s Brandon Wheat Kings. During his first year with all the team, he received the Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy. Redden entered the 1995 NHL Entry Draft and was selected as the 2nd overall by the New York Islanders and traded to Ottawa Senators. He appeared to play during the NHL All-Star Game in 2002. Two months later, he was put on waiver as a result of his decreasing performance with all the team and assigned to Rangers’ American Hockey League affiliate, Hartford Wolf Pack. During his tenure with all the team, he was hailed as the captain in 2011-2012 season. The next season, he returned to NHL and joined the St. Louis Blues. Eventually, Redden was traded once again, this time for the Boston Bruins. Redden declared his retirement on January 9, 2014.