Louis Vincent Anthony Nanne was born in Canada on June 2, 1941. He is an American who used to play defense in the National Hockey League and manage a team.
He played for the Minnesota North Stars in the National Hockey League from 1968 to 1978. From 1978 to 1988, he was the general manager of the team.
He was also the team’s coach briefly during the 1978–1979 season. Internationally, Nanne played for the U.S. national team at the 1968 Winter Olympics, the 1976 and 1977 World Championships, and the 1976 Canada Cup.
He also coached the U.S. national team at 1981, 1984, and 1987 Canada Cups. He is in the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame and the United States Hockey Hall of Fame.
Lou Nanne Net Worth: How Much Money Will He Have in 2023?
Lou Nanne is among the wealthiest ice hockey players and is among the most popular players. Based on what we found on Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Lou Nanne is worth $5 million.
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How Did Lou Nanne Start His Career?
Lou Nanne turned down an $8000 contract offer from the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League after he graduated from college in 1963.
He did this because he made three times as much money as an envelope salesman for Harvey Mackay. After the Olympics in 1968, Nanne finally joined the National Hockey League.
After the Blackhawks sold his rights to the Minnesota North Stars, a new team, he signed a free-agent contract with them and played his whole career there.
Through the 1977–78 NHL season, he played 635 regular-season games for the North Stars. He was a steady defenseman and sometimes played forward.
In 1971–72, he scored 21 goals, but he was mostly known for his ability to defend and kill penalties. Nanne played for the US national team in 1976 and 1977 and in the first Canada Cup in 1976.
In both years, Nanne was either the captain of the national team or a backup captain. Nanne played in the minor pro league for the Rochester Mustangs and the Cleveland Barons.
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