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Carey Price 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Ice hockey goaltender
Born: August 16, 1987 (age 34 years), Vancouver, Canada
Spouse: Angela Price (m. 2013)
Height: 6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Children: Liv Anniston Price, Lincoln Price, Millie Price
Parents: Lynda Price, Jerry Price
Siblings: Kayla Price
Birthday: August 16, 1987
Age: 34 Years, 34 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Leo
Born In: Vancouver, British Columbia
Famous As: Ice Hockey Player
Ice Hockey Players Canadian Men
Height: 6’3″ (190 cm), 6’3″ Males
Spouse/Ex-: Angela Price (M. 2013)
Father: Jerry Price
Mother: Lynda Price
Siblings: Kayla Price
City: Vancouver, Canada
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Price met his wife, Angela (née Webber), while playing with the Tri-City Americans.
In an interview, Angela said that the couple were set up on a blind date by her friend, who was dating Carey’s roommate at the time.
They live in Kelowna, British Columbia during the off-season.
They were married on August 24, 2013 in Benton City, Washington, near Angela’s hometown of Kennewick.
The next day, Price flew to Calgary for Hockey Canada’s Olympic orientation camp for the 2014 Winter Olympics.
On October 21, 2015, Angela Price stated on her blog that they were expecting their first child the following spring.
In 2016, Angela gave birth to the couple’s first child, a girl named Liv.
In December 2018, Angela gave birth to their second child, a girl named Millie.
In June 2020, Angela announced they were expecting their third child in the fall.
In October 2020, Angela gave birth to their third child, a boy named Lincoln.
Price, who is of Ulkatcho First Nation descent through his mother, was named as an honorary co-chair at the 2010 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships that were held in Ottawa, Ontario, in May 2010.
Price is of the Nuxalk and Southern Carrier Aboriginal heritage.
Price is very proud to be of the descent from the line of chiefs and leaders including his mother, Lynda.
Price grew up in Anahim Lake, B.C., which is a predominately aboriginal community.
He is extremely proud of his Indigenous heritage.
He gave a speech to young people encouraging them to be who they are and proud of their roots.
Price is also very active in teaching younger athletes valuable lessons regarding hockey.
Price mentors fellow William Lakes goaltender Cody Call.
Call states that Price has been a great influence in his young hockey career.
He married Angela Webber on August 24, 2013, in Benton City, Washington. Their daughter, Liv, was born on May 6, 2016.
Angela made an Instagram post on June 23, 2018 declaring that the couple is expecting their second child next winter.
From his mother’s side Carey is of ‘Ulkatcho First Nation’ descent.
He was made an honorary co-chair during the 2010 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships.
He gives hockey lessons to young athletes and is a mentor of Cody Call, a fellow William Lakes goaltender.
Carey joined hands with CCM to donate equipments, including goalie padding, helmets, sticks, and skates worth $10,000.
He donated hockey gear worth $10,000 to a Williams Lake, B.C. based minor hockey league.
A breakfast program is also funded by him in an Anahim Lake, B.C. school where he once studied.
The ace goaltender plays the guitar, likes to read sci-fi books and play video games during his spare time.