Meet Brent Seabrook’s beautiful wife Dayna Marcellus also known as Dayna Seabrook, her Canadian husband currently playing for the Tampa Bay Lighting, previously played for the Chicago Blackhawks
How many Stanley Cups does Brent Seabrook have?
Brent Seabrook joined the Chicago Blackhawks in 2003; Seabrook and the Blackhawks have won three Stanley Cups together, the first during the 2009-2010 season against the Philadelphia Flyers, the second was in the 2012-2013 season against the Boston Bruins, and the third Cup at the 2014-2014 season against the Tampa Bay Lighting.
Brent Seabrook Family
6’3 Brent Seabrook was born on April 20, 1985, in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada; he grew up in Tsawwassen, in Delta, British Columbia. He is one of the children born to Mrs. Suzanne Seabrook and Gary Seabrook. Brent has one younger brother, Keith Seabrook, who is also a hockey player.
Brent Seabrook Dad
Gary Seabrook, who we believed is the owner of Dormel Containers who commented about the times Brent wouldn’t tell him about his injuries, because he knew what he was going to tell him.
“He didn’t tell me about a lot of those because he knew what he was going to hear,” Gary said. “On the injury front and sickness or cold or whatever, you just fight through it,” said Gary, who grew up on a cattle farm. “You figure out a way. I think mostly as a family we do it that way anyway. We got a business. It doesn’t matter if you got a cold or are sick or not feeling well, you got to be there. I think they see that. They’re a product of their environment growing up, I think. His mother is a really hard worker.”
Brent Seabrook Brother Keith
6’0 Keith Seabrook, the youngest son of Suzanne and Gary Seabrook was born on August 2, 1988, in Delta. The defenseman was drafted by the Washington Capitals in the second round (52nd overall) during the 2006 NHL draft.
Keith Seabrook who previously played at the University of Denver and started playing for the Delta Ie Hawks in 2003, was traded to the Calgary Flames on July 16, 2009; the Flames assigned him to their affiliate team, the Abbotsford Heat.
In 2010 played with the Manitoba Moose and for the San Antonio Rampage during the 2011, 2012 season; that same season he played 9 games with the Cincinnati Cyclones. He played for the HC Pustertal Wolfe during the 2012-2013 season before joining the Stockton Thunder a season later. Keith Seabrook’s last team was the Rockford Icedogs of the American Hockey League.
Brent Seabrook Career Timeline
- Brent Seabrook started playing hockey professionally with the Pacific International Junior Hockey League team, Delta Ice Hawks in 2000.
- From 2001 to 2005, played for the Lethbridge Hurricanes of the Western Hockey League.
- Joined Canada U-18 National Hockey Team that won a gold medal at the 2003 World U18 Championships in Russia.
- Brent was on the roster that won a silver medal at the 2004 World Junior Championships in Finland.
- The Chicago Blackhawks selected Seabrook with the 14th overall selection in the first round during the 2003 NHL draft.
- He played 3 games, for the Norfolk Admirals during the 2004-2005 season.
- Brent and the Canadian team won a gold medal at the 2005 World Junior Championships in the United States.
- He made his debut with the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2005-2006 season.
- He was a member of the roster that represented Canada and won the gold at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
- In February 2011, agreed to a contract extension with the Chicago Blackhawks.
- Became an alternate captain of the Blackhawks on September 17, 2015.
- Recorded his s 1,000 games mark on December 11, 2018.
- Chicago placed him on long-term injured reserve on December 26, 2019.
- That same month underwent three surgeries to repair both hips and his right shoulder.
- He announced he could no longer play on March 5, 2021.
- Was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning on July 27, 2021.
Brent Seabrook Net Worth & Salary
As of July 2021, Brent Seabrook’s had an estimated net worth of $8 million. He has a base salary of $4 million, which includes $2 million in bonuses, therefore a cap hit of $6,875,000.
Brent Seabrook Contract
Brent Seabrook’s current 8-year contract with the Blackhawks is worth $55 million.
- Seabrook agreed to a three-year, $2,827,200 contract with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2005; he earned an annual salary of $942,400.
- Re-signed with Chicago, agreeing to three-year, $10,500,000 contract extension in 2008, earning a annual salary of $3,500,000.
- He agreed to a five-year, $29 million contract extension, an annual salary of $4 million, with the Blackhawks on February 27, 2011.
- He signed an eight-year, $55 million contract extension with Chicago on September 25, 2015.
Brent Seabrook Injury
- Brent Seabrook missed two games with a concussion after he was knocked out by James Wisniewski on March 217, 2010.
- On December 27, 2020, underwent surgery on his right shoulder.
- That same winter he underwent surgery on his hips.
- The Blackhawks expressed their concern about Brent’s physical longevity and ailment.
- In March 2021, Brent Seabrook announced that even after his surgeries, countless rehab sessions he could no longer play at the level of his expectations.
Brent Seabrook Retirement
Brent Seabrook released a statement onMarch 5, 2021, announcing his retirement from the NHL.
“I am so proud to have played my entire 15-year National Hockey League career in Chicago with the Blackhawks. It was an honor to play the game that I love, with teammates I love, in front of fans I love, in a city that my family and I have grown to love. After several surgeries, countless hours of rehab and training to get back on the ice at the level of my expectations, it will not be possible for me to continue playing hockey. This is what is best for me and my family. The love and support of my wife, Dayna, and my kids, Carter, Kenzie and Dylan has meant everything to me. My parents, Gary and Suzanne, and my brother Keith, have been behind me every step of the way and are my foundation.
I want to thank the Blackhawks organization – including the Wirtz Family, Rocky and Danny Wirtz, Stan Bowman and Jeremy Colliton – who have been very supportive throughout this process. I’m thankful for all that the Blackhawks have done for me and my career. This organization drafted me as an 18-year-old kid out of western Canada and this team became my family away from home. In addition, I’m thankful for the Blackhawks medical and training staff for always putting me in the best position to succeed on the ice. Over the past 15 years, I’ve played with and for some incredible teammates and coaches. I thank each and every one of you. It was an honor to wear the Blackhawks sweater and go to battle with you night in and night out. I loved being your teammate.
Lastly, to the great fans of the Chicago Blackhawks, thank you. I sacrificed everything for this team in our quest to lift three Stanley Cups and gave it everything I had for you. I couldn’t have asked for a better fan base to play for. You, more than anyone, kept me honest and always pushed me to be better – while also cheering me as your All-Star and Champion. Lifting the Stanley Cup in 2015 in front of all the fans at the United Center will be a memory I’ll never forget. You have truly made Chicago a second home. My family and I will be forever grateful for your love and support and I look forward to always having a special connection with you the fans. I will always be a Blackhawk.”
Brent Seabrook Nickname
Brent Seabrook wife
33-year-old Dayna Marcellus from British Columbia graduated in 2002 from Dr. Knox Middle School in Kelowna, BC.
When did Brent Seabrook get married?
Dayna Marcellus and her NHL stud got engaged in October 2011, after a couple of years of dating they got married on August 11th, 2012.
Brent and Dayna Seabrook welcomed their first son, Carter Seven Seabrook on August 16, 2013. Dayne gave birth to their daughter Kenzie Bell on June 19, 2015. The Seabrooks welcomed their third child, second daughter Dylan on May 19, 2017.
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