Brayden Point: Parents, NHL, Stats, Contract, Wife & Net Worth

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Brayden Point is a Canadian professional ice hockey player who plays center for the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League (NHL). Point was rewarded with the Player of the Week after scoring two goals and adding three assists in three games on January 30, 2023.

The ice hockey center has been killing it on the ice since day one. The Lightning selected Point as the 79th overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.

Not to mention, Point also played in IIHF World U18, U20, and World Championships, representing the Canadian national team.

Brayden Point With The Stanley Cup
Brayden Point With The Stanley Cup (Source: Twitter)

Besides, the Canadian played Major Junior League after the Moose Jaw Warriors drafted Point in the first round in the 2011 Western Hockey League (WHL) Bantam Draft.

Brayden has attracted many fans with his game and, of course, his charming demeanor. Also, this handsome hunk has many fans prying about his personal life.

Today, we will be talking more about this NHL player and his life from childhood to career and everything else.

Let’s get started. But before we jump into the details, let’s have a look at the quick facts table;

Quick Facts 

Full Name Brayden Point
Birth Date March 13, 1996
Birth Place Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Alias Brayden Point
Religion Unknown
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity White
University Updating Soon
School Updating Soon
Horoscope Pisces
Father’s Name Grant Point
Mother’s Name  Janice Point
Siblings  A younger brother
Age 27 years old
Height 5’11″/1.80 m/180 cm
Weight 83 kg/183 lb.
Build Athletic
Profession NHL Professional Player
Active years 2015-present
Team  Tampa Bay Lightning
Position Centre
Shoots  Right
Marital Status Married
Wife Sydney Marta (m. 2022)
Salary $9.5 million average salary
Net Worth  $1-$4 million
Social Media  Instagram, Twitter
Merch Jersey Shirt, Bobblehead
Last Update March 2024

Where Is Brayden Point From? Who Are His Parents?

The ice hockey center, Brayden Point, was born in the small city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to his parents, Brayden and Janice. However, his parents’ current whereabouts are not known.

Brayden grew up with his older brother, Riley Point, who played hockey for the Canmore Eagles.

Sadly, there is no information about his academics or where he graduated from. 

Similarly, Point is Canadian by nationality, while his ethnicity is white. His religious belief is still unknown.

Age And Height

Brayden Point is a famous ice hockey player currently serving as the Tampa Bay Lightning centreman. Being a player, and a competitive one, where physical contact is a usual thing, Point has a toned and well-maintained body.

To clarify, Point stands at 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 meters) and weighs around 88 kg (183 pounds).

So not only is he nimble and agile on his feet, but he is ready for a brawl any time of the day.

Point During A Photoshoot
Point During A Photoshoot (Source: Twitter)

The Canadian player was born in 1996, which makes him 27 years at the moment.

Likewise, his birthday falls on March 13, and his sun sign is Pisces. And from what we know, people under this sign are believed to be talented, skilled, and somewhat competent at the camera.

Along with his masculine physique, Point is also a delight to look at. He has short dark brown hair and blue eyes. Also, Brayden has rugged looks going on at the moment.

Major Junior Hockey Career

Though not much is known about childhood, it is given that Point started playing hockey from an early age. Back in the 2011 Western Hockey League (WHL) Bantam Draft, the Moose Jaw Warrior picked him in the first round, fourteenth overall.

Likewise, in his first full season, Brayden scored 24 goals and 57 points in 67 games. Then, in the 2013 KHL Junior Draft, Traktor Chelyabinsk selected him in the fifth round, 167th.

During the NHL draft year, Brayden led the Warriors scoring 36 goals and 91 points in just 72 games.

For his participation, Point got the 2014 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Games award. Moreover, NHL Central Scouting Services even ranked him as the 31st among North American skaters.

Then in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, Tampa Bay Lightning picked him in the third round, 79th.

But before the Lights signed him to a three-year entry-level contract, Brayden played for the Warriors in the 2014-15 season. In his final year with the Warriors, Point scored 35 goals and 88 points in 48 games.

Point also played nine games for the Lightning’s American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Syracuse Crunch, where he recorded two goals and two assists.

Professional NHL Career

On October 11, 2016, Point was announced in the opening night roster for the Tampa Bay Lightning out of training camp.

As expected, Brayden had an impressive training camp, and everyone, including captain Steven Stamkos and general manager, Steve Yzerman, stated Point deserved to play in the NHL.

Finally, on October 13, 2016, Brayden made his NHL debut with the Lightning in a 6-4 win against Detroit Red Wings. Two days later, Brayden scored his first NHL point to assist against the visiting New Jersey Devils.

Moreover, Brayden recorded his first shootout on his first attempt against Florida Panther’s goaltender James Reimer. The following month, he recorded his first NHL goal against New Jersey Devils.

Brayden Point Playing For The Bolts
Brayden Point Playing For The Bolts (Source: Pinterest)

However, at the end of 2016, Point missed the 4th-6th week games because of an upper-body injury sustained in a match against the Montreal Canadiens.

Brayden made his return to the ice in a match against the Boston Bruins. From 2017 to 2018, Brayden added various accolades to his name, including the NHL Third Star of the Week, the 2018 NHL All-Star Game, and many others.

Point made it to Canada’s men’s national ice hockey team for the 2017 IIHF World Championship. 


Point appeared in his first career NHL Stanley Cup playoff game and won against the guest team New Jersey Devils.

Then, on November 15, 2018, the young Canadian recorded his first career natural hat-trick in a 4-3 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. All three goals were made within a minute and 31 seconds, making it the sixth-fastest three goals recorded in NHL history.

Clearly, Point was an asset to the team, and on September 23, 2019, the Bolts re-signed him to a three-year contract extension worth $20.25 million.

Point played his second Stanley Cup playoffs on August 11, 2020, and scored a winning goal in game one against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

In game five, the ice hockey center claimed the series for the Lightning after scoring in the first overtime period. Eventually, Point won the Stanley Cup after leading the league in goals (14) on September 28, 2020.

Brayden and Kucherov became the first teammates to have 30 playoff points since Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin in 2009.

Following his brilliant performance with the Bolts, they offered him an eight-year/$76 million contract extension.

After signing the contract on July 28, 2021, Point played 66 games for the Bolts, scoring 28 goals and 58 points in the regular season.

In the 2022-23 season, the ice hockey center played 57 games in the regular season, scoring 34 goals and 65 points.

Advanced Stats

Season (RS) GP G A Pts PIM (PO) GP G A Pts PIM
Career 473 200 229 429 128 76 388 40 78 37

RS – Regular Season, PO – Playoffs

International Career

When he was just 16, Point became an alternate captain for the Canada Pacific, which finished 5th, in the 2013 World U-17 Hockey Challenge.

The following year, he was picked to play for the Canadian U-18 squad at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament, where he aided his team in clinching the gold and MVP honors.

Not to mention, he helped Team Canada win bronze at the 2014 IIHF World U18 Championships. 

Moreover, Point was part of the gold medalist Team Canada at the 2015 IIHF U20 World Junior Championships. 

The ice hockey center was named to Canada’s men’s national ice hockey team for the 2017 IIHF World Championship on April 12, 2017, and earned silver with the team.

Is Brayden Point Married? Who Is His Wife? Children And More

Brayden Point is a handsome hunk who has made fans with his skills and looks. Since his debut days on the ice, many fans have been prying to know about his personal life.

Likewise, it seems the 27-year-old Brayden tied the knot with Sydney Marta, on August 1, 2022, after dating for a while. Their wedding was held in Fairmont Banff Springs in the presence of their family and loved ones.

Sydney was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and acquired her psychology degree from Vanier Collegiate.

Brayden And His Wife, Sydney
Brayden And His Wife, Sydney (Source: Instagram)

Aside from those, not much information has been shared regarding their relationship. It is also not disclosed when and how the two met in the first place.

But we will make sure to update you as soon as we get some information on them.

Net Worth And Salary

The centreman for Tampa Bay Lightning, Brayden Point, is a professional ice hockey player and has been playing in the NHL since 2016. He has garnered quite some fortune from his NHL career.

So, fans have been eager to find out about his income and net worth as well.

As of 2024, Point has accumulated a net worth of $1-$4 million. So far from his NHL career, Brayden has earned $31,235,000 in salary.

On March 28, 2015, Point signed a three years contract worth $2.07 million with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Later, he signed an 8-year/$76 million contract extension with the Bolts on July 28, 2021, including a signing bonus of $5.5 million and a base salary of $3.5 million.

Social Media Presence

The ice hockey center is not much of a social media guy and likes to keep things private. However, he is available on Instagram under the handle @braydenpoint and Twitter @BraydenPoint19.

Instagram: 21.5k followers

Twitter: 7.9k followers


The Stanley Cup champion has gained thousands of NHL fans from all around the world from his impressive game plays with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Brayden Point's Popularity Graph
Brayden Point’s Popularity Graph (Source: Google Trends)

The above graph gives brief information about the popularity of Brayden Point based on Google searches in the United States over a year.

Frequently Asked Questions

Did Brayden Point win the 2021 Conn Smythe Trophy?

Although he was a top contender for receiving the trophy, it was eventually awarded to Andrei Vasilevskiy.

How is Brayden Point's injury report?

As of this writing, the athlete is not injured. However, in 2016, he suffered an upper-body injury that resulted in him missing many games, and in June 2022, he suffered from a torn quadriceps.

What stick does Brayden Point use?

The Bolts center uses Warrior Covert QR5 Pro.

What jersey number does Point wear for Tampa Bay Lightning?

Point wears the #21 jersey for the Bolts.

Kriti is a senior content writer and editor for biography, news, and gossips. She has previously worked for TVShowStars under the alias "Kira." Besides being an avid reader and anime fan, she loves perusing through YouTube/Spotify and discovering Indie bands.

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