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|Full Name||Travis Dermott|
|Profession||Ice Hockey Player|
|Happy Birthday||December 22|
|Date of Birth||December 22, 1996|
|Age (as 2020)||23 years old|
|Estimated Net Worth|
|Estimated Salary||Not Known|
|Marital Status||Update Soon|
|Body Measurements||Update Soon|
Travis Dermott is a well-known Ice Hockey Player. He was born on December 22 in Canada. According to our own Metrics, Travis is one of the successful Ice Hockey Player. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on December 22, 1996. Travis is one of the Richest Ice Hockey Player who was born in Canada.
The following year, Dermott was again selected to participate in the Leafs Rookie Tournament, but was reassigned to the Marlies to begin the season. He played on a defensive pairing with Timothy Liljegren and earned time on the penalty-kill. Although he was a left-handed shooter, he was moved to the right hand side. Dermott’s playmaking ability earned him his first NHL recall on January 5, 2018 where he recorded one assist in two games before being sent back down to the Marlies on January 11, 2018. While with the Marlies again, Dermott was named to the 2018 AHL All-Star Classic alongside teammate Kasperi Kapanen. Following another recall on January 15 with fellow Marlies player Frédérik Gauthier, he was given the number 23 to wear instead of his usual 3. That night, he scored his first career NHL goal in the leafs 5–0 win against the New York Islanders on January 31. Dermott stayed will the Leafs as they qualified for the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs against the Boston Bruins and recorded his first playoff goal during Game 7 to tie the game 3–3, although the Leafs ended up losing the game 7–4. Despite playing in the NHL playoff series, Dermott, Andreas Johnsson, and Kasperi Kapanen remained eligible to compete in the 2018 Calder Cup playoffs. After the Leafs were eliminated from the playoffs, Dermott was sent to the Marlies to help them in their 2018 Calder Cup playoffs run. He ended his rookie campaign with the Leafs recording one goal and 12 assists in 37 regular season games. Upon returning to the Toronto Marlies lineup, he helped them win their first Calder Cup in franchise history following a seven–game playoff series against the Texas Stars.
Early Life & Family
Although the 2019–20 season would eventually be delayed due to COVID-19, Dermott began the season in late October as he recovered from his surgery in May. In the final year of his contract, Dermott began seeing playing time on the top defenceman pairing after Morgan Rielly and Jake Muzzin suffered injuries. Following the hiring of Sheldon Keefe, who Dermott played under with the Marlies, he was paired with Justin Holl to replace those on the top pair. Although he was again shortly sidelined due to an illness, he only missed one game to recover. Under the guidance of Keefe, Dermott averaged nearly 19 minutes of ice time per game playing beside Holl and helped the team outscore opponents 4-1.
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Dermott was eventually drafted 34th overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and signed a three-year, entry-level contract with them on July 22, 2015. Prior to his draft, Dermott began training with Dave Harris at Iperformance. He returned to the Otters for his final year of major junior hockey after attending the Leafs training camp. On December 1, 2015, Dermott and teammate Dylan Strome were selected to compete with Team Canada at the 2016 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Upon returning from Finalnd empty handed, Dermott was ejected from a game against the Mississauga Steelheads for a hit to the head on Owen Tippett. After the game concluded, he was assessed a five game suspension following a hearing. Although the Otters qualified for the 2016 OHL Playoffs, they were swept in the OHLs Western Conference final by the London Knights.
Travis Dermott Net Worth
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After analyzing Travis's recent activities, we predict that Travis Dermott's net worth $100,00-$250,000.
|Net Worth & Salary|
|Net Worth (2021)||$150,000 - $350,000 (Approx.)|
|Estimated Net Worth (2020)||$100,000 - $250,000|
|Net Worth (2019)||$50,000 - $100,000|
|Estimated Salary||Under Review.|
Age, Height & Birthday
Travis Dermott age 23 years old. Travis's birthday December 22, 1996. According to many online source, Travis Dermott height Not Available right now.
He was later drafted by the Erie Otters in the 2012 Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Draft but continued to play with the Newmarket Hurricanes. After being named to the OJHL’s 2nd Team All-Stars and Fan Favourite, he committed to play for the Erie Otters on May 4, 2013. During his tenure with the Otters, Dermott attended McDowell High School and was named Midwest Division Academic Player of the Month for January 2014. Following a strong first year performance with the Erie Otters in which he scored 28 points in 67 games, Dermott was rewarded when he was named to the 2013–14 OHL First All-Rookie Team.