Debbie Metivier is a celebrity spouse who is best known as the wife of Canadian professional ice hockey executive and former player Joe Sakic. Keep reading to learn more about Debbie Metivier such as her age, Wikipedia, wiki, bio, Instagram, net worth, children, Joe Sakic, wife, and much more.
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Debbie Metivier Wikipedia, Wiki, Bio
As aforementioned, Debbie Metivier is the wife of Canadian professional ice hockey executive and former player Joe Sakic. They have three children together: Mitchell Sakic, Kamryn Sakic, and Chase Sakic.
Debbie Metivier Age
As it turns out, Debbie Metivier has not disclosed her age and date of birth to the public. However, seeing that her husband is 53 years old, it is safe to assume she is in her late 40s or early 50s.
Debbie Metivier Instagram
Debbie Metivier doesn’t seem to be active on Instagram. Her husband, Joe Sakic, on the other hand, is active on Instagram. Even though his account is private, he can be found with the username j_sakic.
Debbie Metivier Joe Sakic
According to sources, Debbie Metivier and Joe Sakic got married in 1993 and have been together ever since. They are the proud parents of three children.
He was born Joseph Steven Sakic on July 7, 1969, in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. As of the date of writing the article, Joe Sakic is 53 years old.
He will celebrate his 54th birthday on July 7, 2023. His father’s name is Marijan Sakic and his mother is Slavica Sakic.
He earned his first NHL goal against New Jersey Devils’ goaltender Sean Burke. During the season, Alain Côté, his teammate, took his preferred number, #19. He had to wear #88.
During his second NHL season, in 1989–90, he switched his number back to #19. He soon became the first player in NHL history to score 100 points on a last-place team after scoring 102 points, which was ninth overall in the league.
The husband of Debbie Metivier was named co-captain along with Steven Finn, at the beginning of the 1990–91 season. He scored 109 points and became sixth overall in the league.
During the Eric Lindros holdout issue, he said, “We only want players here who have the passion to play the game. I’m tired of hearing that name. He’s not here and there are a lot of others in this locker room who really care about the game.”
During the Nordiques’ first four seasons with Joe Sakic, they finished last in the entire league for three straight years, from 1989 to 1991, and last place in the Adams Division.
He became the sole captain of the franchise during the 1992–93 season. He scored 48 goals and 105 points in the regular season, which was the third time he reached the 100-point plateau in five years.
The team was renamed the Colorado Avalanche before the start of the 1995–96 season. During its first year, Joe Sakic led the team to a Stanley Cup championship where it scored 34 points in 22 playoff games and 120 points in 82 regular-season games.
He earned the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the 1996 NHL playoffs.
Due to a lacerated calf, he only played in 65 games in the 1996–97 season, yet still managed to score 74 points as the Avalanche earned their first Presidents’ Trophy and third straight division title.
Some awards he has won include the 1987 WHL East Stewart “Butch” Paul Memorial Trophy (Rookie of the Year), 1987 WHL East Player of the Year, 1987 WHL East Second All-Star Team, 1988 WHL Bob Clarke Trophy (Leading Scorer).
1988 CHL Player of the Year, 1988 WHL Player of the Year, WHL East First All-Star Team, 1996 and 2001 Stanley Cup champion (as a player), 2022 Stanley Cup champion (as an executive), 1996 Conn Smythe Trophy, 1998 M.A.C. (Most Assists with Children) Award.
2001 Bud Light Plus/Minus Award (shared with Patrik Eliáš), 2001 Hart Memorial Trophy, 2001 Lester B. Pearson Award, 2001 Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, 2001, 2002, 2004 NHL First All-Star Team, 2004 NHL All-Star Game MVP.
2004 NHL/Sheraton Road Performer Award (most road points), 2007 NHL Foundation Player Award, 2021-2022 Jim Gregory General Manager of the Year Award, 2002 Winter Olympic Games Ice Hockey Tournament Most Valuable Player, and Winter Olympic Games Ice Hockey All-Star Team.
Sakic was inaugurated in the Croatian-American Sports Hall of Fame in October 2022.
Joe Sakic Net Worth
According to sources, Joe Sakic has an estimated net worth of around $60 million. He earned this through his professional career working as a Canadian professional ice hockey executive and former player.
Joe Sakic Debbie Metivier
Joe Sakic and his wife Debbie Metivier met at a local high school while he was playing in Swift Current. The two soon tied the knot in 1993.
In 1996, they welcomed their first child and son, Mitchell Sakic. And October 2000, they had their fraternal twins, Chase Sakic and Kamryn Sakic.
Joe Sakic and Debbie Metivier Children
As stated above, Joe Sakic and Debbie Metivier have three children: Mitchell Sakic, Chase Sakic, and Kamryn Sakic.