Chico Resch is a Canadian-born American former professional ice hockey goaltender currently working for the New Jersey Devils as a radio commentator. Resch was previously working for Fox Sports New York for New Jersey Devils games as a television sportscaster.
Chico Resch Age
Chico was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, on July 10, 1948. He is 73 years old.
Chico Resch Height
Resch stands at an average height of 5 ft 9 inches ( approx 1.75m ).
Chico Resch Education
He attended the University of Minnesota Duluth and earned a degree in education. While schooling there, he began his career for the college’s team, Bulldog as a goalie.
Chico Resch Family
Chico was born to his supportive parents in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. However, He was brought up in Regina. Furthermore, Resch was raised along with his pretty sister called Sandy.
Chico Resch Wife
He has been happily married for at least three decades to his caring and loving wife Diane. The duo resides in Lyndhurst, New Jersey which they chose for its small-town feel, and proximity to both Newark and Manhattan. Additionally, The couple is proud parents of an artist, and a daughter, Holly.
Chico Resch Salary
Chico’s annual salary is $97,800 per year. This is according to New Jersey Devils’ anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Chico Resch Net worth
Resch has an approximate net worth of $7 million.
Chico Resch Career
He is currently working for the New Jersey Devils as the radio announcer since October 2017. However, this is not the first time that He has served The New Jersey Devils.
He was previously serving for the New Jersey Devils as a commentator for fifteen years on MSG Plus( formerly referred to as Fox Sports New York)along with Mike Emrick.
However, Mike left Fox Sports New York to serve for NBC, hence, Resch announced the games along with Steve Cangialosi.
Before joining the Red Devils for the first time, Chico was serving as a general manager and professional coach for Ottawa Senators. During his career as a broadcaster, Resch has also served for Minnesota North Stars as a tv color commentator shortly after retiring from playing hockey.
However, Chico began his broadcasting career prior to his retirement while serving for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Hockey Night as an analyst.