Bobby Plager Wife And Family: How Did He Die?

Bobby Plager was happily married to his wife. Read this article to know about the late ice hockey player including his cause of death and net worth.

Ice hockey legend Bobby Plager died at the age of 78 years.

Bobby Plager aka Robert Bryant Plager was a Candian professional ice hockey defenceman. He had played in the National Hockey league (NHL) for 14 seasons from 1964 until 1978. 

Plager spent over half a century with the Blues organization in various capacities. Plager earned a reputation as a bruising player with a devastating hip check.

Moreover, after he retired from on-ice action in 1978 and took a job with the Blues front office according to his Wikipedia bio.

Bobby Plager Wife And Family: Who Was He Married To?

Bobby Plager was married to his wife Robyn Sher according to meaww.

Robyn Sher was the former secretary at a Jewish hospital. Plager got engaged to Robyn sometime after his temporary suspension from the NHL over a brawl. 

The couple met each other when he was a patient admitted at the healthcare facility. Soon afterward, the duo fell in love and after two years of courtship, the hockey player puckered up the courage to propose to her. 

Talking about family, they are parents of Melissa Plager-Briggs and grandparents to Katie and Jacob.

Bobby Plager Death Cause Revealed: How Did He Die?

Bobby Plager died at the age of 78 years on Wednesday (March 25, 2021).

Heartfelt condolences to the family and relatives.

Former St. Louis Blues defenceman Bob Plager died in a car crash in St. Louis. The accident happened along eastbound Interstate 64 near Vandeventer. 

According to cba Plager was alone in his vehicle when it collided with a vehicle carrying two women on Interstate 64 in St. Louis. One of the women sustained minor injuries. No other details were released.

Bobby Plager Net Worth

Boby plager net worth is estimated to be approximately $15 million.

According to thesquander hockey player in the NHL earns around $2.5 million annually. Plager has played for the American Hockey League, Baltimore Clippers, and the National Hockey League. 


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