Valeri Bure Net Worth - What Is Candace Cameron-Bure's Husband's Income Sources?
Sports are tricky. Adversity causes some men to collapse and some to break records. One of the most offensively gifted players in Hockey, Valeri Bure attained terrific feats through the course of his career. As of now, Valeri Bure's net worth is estimated to be $14 million, which he acquired from his former career in NHL. Given his humongous salary in the teams he played in, it's no wonder that his net fortune amounts to such an eye-opening amount.
Actress Candace Cameron Bure's husband, Valeri Bure, was born on June 13, 1974, in Moscow, Russian SFSR, the Soviet Union to Vladimir and Tatiana Bure. His father was a four-time Olympic gold medal winner for swimming. Valeri and his family were granted noble status since they had a grand history where their ancestors were craftsmen of the imperial family. After the separation of his family, Valeri moved to America with his dad and brother, Pavel Bure.
Net Worth and Sources of Income
Before retiring from hockey in 2005, Valeri Bure played for ten seasons in the National Hockey League and did exceptionally well, thanks to his never-ending passion and enthusiasm.
The one season that particularly stands out is 1999-2000 season, where he led the Calgary Flames in scoring with 35 goals and 75 points alongside Pavel Bure, setting a record for goals scored by a pair of siblings. Considering his strikingly successful career, it's no surprise that Valeri Bure's net worth is estimated to be $14 million. As for his life partner, Candace Cameron-Bure's net worth is also estimated at $14 million.
Income from Hockey
Valeri's passion and determination for hockey propelled him to unbelievable heights. He picked up a salary of $22.5 million from the first team that drafted him into NHL, Montreal Canadiens. But even that pales in comparison to Valeri Bure's salary during the peak of his career in Florida Panthers, where he banked in $3.1 million in the 2003-2004 season alone. Valeri even competed in two Olympic games for Russia and won a silver medal in 1998 at Nagano as well as a bronze medal in 2002 at Salt Lake City.
Not to mention his career in other big teams like Calgary Flames, St.Louis Blues, and Dallas Stars. The remarkably skilled sportsman represented his country, Russia, on different occasions and filled his shelves with countless medals. Just like his brother, Pavel Bure, Valeri's lucrative career significantly backed his wealth and popularity.
Income from Winery
The gifted hockey player, Valeri Bure, also launched a winery with some friends called Bure Family Wines. It's operated by Candace Cameron-Bure, Valeri Bure's wife and himself in Napa Valley, California.
"I fell in love with the behind-the-scenes work and being able to start from the vineyard and put it into a bottle. It's an amazing process."
The way to acquire these finely made wines is by joining their mailing list or call them up on their Line.
Apart from a hockey prodigy, Valeri Bure is a generous and down-to-earth human being. After winning a reality show named Battle of the Blades with a figure skater, Ekaterina Gordeeva, and raking in a staggering $100K as the prize, Bure donated his share to a child sponsorship organization, Compassion Canda.
With so much in his account, it's only reasonable that he and his wife, Cameron Bure spent $1.3 million for a home in Florida in 2001. They lived there a while but sold the house in 2015 in $1.45 million. Following that, Valeri Bure's house of selection was this home in Malibu worth $2.35 million. Additionally, the couple of Valeri and Candace also bought a two-acre rural home in St.Helena, California.
Valerie Bure was a player from the top-drawer during his time in the fields. Now with a net worth of $14 million, he is living a comfortable lifestyle with his wife and three children, Maksim Valerievich Bure, Lev Valerievich Bure, and Natasha Bure.