Brooks Laich Biography
(Ice Hockey Player)
Birthday: June 23, 1983 (Cancer)
Born In: Wawota, Canada
Evan Brooks Laich is a Canadian professional ice hockey player. Laich, who is a native of Wawota, Saskatchewan in Canada, was initially drafted by 'The Ottawa Senators' of the 'National Hockey League' (NHL). Shortly after, he was traded off to the Washington Capitals. He played for some time in the junior ice hockey league named 'Western Hockey League'. Throughout his career, he has played for several teams including Ottawa Senators, Washington Capitals, EHC Kloten, and Toronto Maple Leafs. He first came to popularity after he represented Canada at the '2003 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships'. His team captured the silver medal. The same year, he also made his NHL debut with the Ottawa Senators. Tough, good looking, and courageous, Laich also has a dynamic personality. He earns well from his ice hockey profession and his estimated net worth is around $25 million. He is active on social media sites including Twitter and Instagram. Laich is also known for his charitable activities and supports charities related to multiple sclerosis and 'Athletes Against Autism'.