Kevin Weekes  Biography, Wiki, Career, Age, Family, and Net Worth

Bringing over 14 years of professional hockey experience, including 11 seasons in the NHL, former goaltender Kevin Weekes shares his wealth of knowledge as an analyst on NHL Network’s various programs, including the flagship studio show NHL Tonight.

Weekes also makes valuable contributions to NHL Network’s coverage of special events like the Stanley Cup Final, NHL Draft, Winter Classic, Stadium Series, and NHL All-Star Game.

Selected in the second round of the 1993 NHL Draft by the Florida Panthers, Weekes showcased his skills in 348 regular season games with the Panthers, Vancouver Canucks, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes, New York Rangers, and New Jersey Devils.

Notably, Weekes played a significant role in the Hurricanes’ journey to the Stanley Cup Final in 2002. His remarkable playoff performances have solidified his place as the Hurricanes’ all-time leader in goals against average and save percentage.

Beyond his accomplishments on the ice, Weekes is recognized as one of the NHL’s most philanthropic players. He actively supports various causes and initiatives throughout North America. Notably, he is involved in Sky’s the Limit, an initiative that provides refurbished computers to students in under-resourced communities, and the Herbert Carnegie Future Aces Foundation, which helps individuals achieve their highest potential.

Weekes also dedicates his efforts to charitable work in Barbados, his parents’ native country. He organizes the annual Kevin Weekes Celebrity Charity Golf Classic, which raises funds for youth charities in both Barbados and Toronto.

In addition to his role as an NHL Network analyst, Weekes contributes his insights and expertise to, further enhancing the coverage and analysis of the sport. With his extensive playing career, philanthropic endeavors, and commitment to supporting the next generation of hockey enthusiasts, Weekes brings a well-rounded perspective to his role as an analyst and contributor.