Julien BriseBois’ wife Marie BriseBois

Marie BriseBois

Meet Marie BriseBois; she is the wife of the Canadian NHL executive Julien BriseBois, currently the general manager for the Tampa Bay Lighting.

Before joining the Lighting’s organization on July 16, 2010, BriseBois was the director of legal affairs for the Montreal Canadiens. He started his career with Heenan Blaikie law firm.

Julian BriseBois Education

Canadian NHL executive Julian BriseBois was born on January 24, 1977, in Greenfield Park, Quebec. Julien, a member of the Quebec Bar, the American Bar Association, and the Sports Lawyers Association, holds a master’s degree in business administration from John Molson School of Business at Concordia University. He also attended the University of Montreal.

Julian BriseBois Career

The Montreal Canadians introduced Julian BriseBois as their new assistant general manager on September 1, 2001, where, in addition to an assistant, served as the team’s Vice President of Hockey Operations.

On September 1, 2001, the Montreal Canadiens named him their director of legal affairs; in July 2003, he added the role of director of hockey operations to his title. Julian was named vice-president of hockey operations on July 24, 2006. He was also involved with the Canadiens’ affiliate team, the Hamilton Bulldogs, winners of the 2007 Calder Cup.

The Tampa Bay Lightning’s then-GM Steve Yzerman announced they hired Julien BriseBois as assistant general manager; he was also responsible for handling the Bolts’ affiliate team, the Norfolk Admirals as the Syracuse Crunch.

“I am very grateful for the opportunity that Jeff Vinik is providing me today and I thank Steve Yzerman for all that he has done for me personally and professionally while I worked as his assistant,” said BriseBois in accepting the position.


” Jeff is a great owner and I am excited to lead his hockey team and fulfill his vision. Steve has been a terrific general manager and a great mentor to me – I look forward to our continued work together, only with different titles next to our names. I am thankful that he has accepted this new position and will continue to play an active role with our team. Together with (Assistant General Manager and Player Personnel Director) Pat Verbeek, (Director of Amateur Scouting) Al Murray, (Director of Player Development) Stacy Roest, coach Jon Cooper and the rest of our staff, our goals remain the same: winning the Stanley Cup while ensuring that we can be a strong team for years into the future.”

He replaced Yzerman as the Bolts’ General Manager in September 2018; he was responsible for hiring Andrei Vasilevskiy, Alex Killorn, Cedric Paquette, and Yanni Gourde Ondrej Palat, Andrej Sustr, and Radko Gudas.

Under BriseBois, the Bolts captured the Presidents’ Cup in March 2019 and the Stanley Cup in 2020.

Julian BriseBois Net Worth

It is estimated that Julian BriseBois’s net worth is approximately around $3.5 to $5 million. He lives in a 4,189 sqft house in Beachway Drive, in Tampa. The house, built in 2002, features 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, crown molding, eating space in the kitchen, high ceilings, kitchen/Family Room, solid wood cabinets, split bedroom, stone counters, walk-in closets, wet bar; currently estimated to be valued around $1,500,000, according to Blockshopper they bought in 2020 for $890,000.

Julian BriseBois Wife

Marie Brisebois


Marie BriseBois

41-year-old Marie BriseBois, born Marie Claude Senay, met Julien in 1998; when she was working as a cashier at a , Julien was the stockboy.

They started dating, at the time, Marie was looking forward to attending school in Quebec; that was why he took a job there; however, Marie ended up in Montreal, which meant they would have to work on a long-distance relationship and settle to see each other on weekends.

They eventually tied the knot, and soon, two boys came; Jacob, 12, and Justin, 14; both of the Marie BriseBois sons play hockey, Justin is a goaltender with the Tampa Bull Sharks, and Jacob plays defense with The Other Guys Hockey Team. Marie Brisebois works as a pharmacist in Tampa.