Lance Galbraith is no more!
Lance Galbraith was a renowned Canadian ice hockey player who passed away at the age of 42 on April 15, 2022. A lot of his followers and loved ones have shared their grief on social media.
He was born on February 21, 1980, in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. However, he died at the age of 42. He was a professional Canadian ice hockey right winger who played for the Central Hockey League’s Wichita Thunder (CHL).
According to the reports, he passed away in a car accident that happened today. We are unaware of the incident details. However, we are trying to reveal the exact details.
Moreover, Lance spent five seasons being a member of the Ottowa 67’s junior hockey team. However, he was all-time leader in the club. He played 297 games, penalty minutes (960), and postseason points (28).
In the year 2001, he led the team to an OHL title and berth in the Memorial Cup Finals. He was featured to be as a runner-up for the CCM Tacks ECHL participant of the month. With that, he was also named the Idaho Steelheads Most Inspirational Player. He was also ranked sixth in ECHL historic previous. Moreover, he carried out for Fort Wayne in the United Hockey League.
The OSEG and Ottawa 67 are deeply saddened to hear about the death of their former player at a very young age. He was also starred for the Barber Poles for five of their seasons.
We are trying to reveal the details regarding his obituary, and we will update our readers as soon as we get information related to it.
Along with that, if we talk about his family details, he has kept his personal life hidden from social media. He seems to be a private person. We are unaware if he was single or was in a relationship.
His height was 5ft and 10 inches tall. However, his weight was 86kg. However, Lance’s estimated net worth is $90,000-95,000.
We share our deep condolences with his family, friends, and followers.