Paul Woods Biography
Paul Woods is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player. Woods from 1977 through 1984, played for the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL). Currently, Paul serves for the Detroit Red Wings on radio station 97.1 FM The Ticket as a color commentator.
Paul Woods Age
Paul Woods was born in Hespeler Village, Cambridge, Canada, on April 12, 1955. He is 67 years old.
Paul Woods Height
Woods stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 inches (Approx. 178 cm).
Paul Woods Education
As a youth, Paul played with a minor ice hockey team from Hespeler in the 1966 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament. Woods with the Sault Ste spent his junior career.
Paul Woods Family
Paul was born and raised by his caring parents in Hespeler, Ontario. Woods belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Information about his parents and whether he has any siblings are not available at the moment. We will fill in this gap as soon as we have clear facts.
Paul Woods Wife
He is a man who enjoys his career and life. Paul keeps his love life status away from the media. Therefore, as soon as he shares his relationship status we will update you on this section.
Paul Woods Net Worth
Woods has an approximate net worth of $5 million.
Paul Woods Career
Since retiring as a player, Woods has served for the Detroit Red Wings on radio station 97.1 FM The Ticket as a radio color analyst since the late 1980s. Woods from 1977 through 1984 played professionally for the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL).
As a youth, He played with a minor ice hockey team from Hespeler in the 1966 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament. Woods became drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the 3rd round of the 1975 NHL Entry Draft.
Paul with the Nova Scotia Voyageurs, Montreal’s farm team, won two AHL Calder Cup titles and in 1976 scored the Cup-winning goal. After two seasons in Nova Scotia, Woods was drafted in the 1977 NHL Waiver Draft by Detroit. His entire NHL career was spent with Detroit.