Mat Robinson

Robinson is a well-known player in the hockey league with excellent shooting, and he also won the Gagarin Cup. He played with CSKA Moscow of Russia in the Kontinental Hockey League despite being a Canadian native before becoming an unrestricted free agent. In addition, the ice hockey player has played for numerous KHL teams throughout the course of more than 12 years on the rink.

Quick Facts about Mat Robinson:

Full Name Mat Robinson
Known As Mat
Birth Date June 20, 1986
Birth Place Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Religion Christianity
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity White
Education University of Alaska Anchorage
Horoscope Gemini
Father’s Name Trevor Robinson
Mother’s Name Cindy
Siblings Unknown
Age 36 Years Old
Height 5 ft 10 in
Weight 185 lbs (84 kg)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Grey
Build Athletic
Profession Ice Hockey Player
Current Status Unrestricted Free Agent
Teams
  • CSKA Moscow
  • Dynamo Moscow
Position Defense
Active Years 2009-present
Marital Status Single
Wife  N/A
Kids N/A
Net Worth $5 million
Social Media Not Available
Merch CSKA Album Sticker
Last Update August, 2022

What is the Net Worth and Salary of Mat Robinson?

Since more than 12 years ago, the Olympian has been a professional hockey player. He has thereby amassed a respectable sum of wealth.

His most current net worth is said to be $5 million, according to the source. His career in hockey provides the majority of his income. You may also like to read about Maurice Richard

Early Years

The Canadian defenseman for ice hockey was born on June 20, 1986, in Calgary, Alberta. Trevor Robinson, a former resident of Canora, and Cindy gave birth to Mat.

Other than their names, the Olympian’s mother and father are unknown. Furthermore, little is known about his siblings.

Robinson with his parents (Source: SASKTODAY.ca)

However, the source claims that Robinson’s brother and father are to blame for his involvement in the game. At age four, he began skating.

In terms of education, Robinson went to the University of Alaska before beginning his ice hockey professional career.

The size and weight of Mat Robinson

The Canadian player is approximately 5 feet and 10 inches (178 cm) tall and weighs roughly 185 lbs, or 84 kg.

Mat’s athletic physique is the result of consistent training and a healthy diet. He works hard to keep himself physically fit so that he can play well.

Information about Career Early Career

The 36-year-old hockey defenseman got his start in the sport quite young. He began his career by playing hockey for the Calgary Northstars AAA of the AMHL, his hometown team.

He spent two seasons with the team, beginning the first one in 2001. Furthermore, he participated in 11 games for the squad in the first campaign, recording just one goal and two points.

Robinson kept on playing for the Northstars, tallying 10 goals and 23 points over the course of 32 games.

Later, he played for two seasons with the Calgary Royals of the AJHL league. He appeared in 53 games during his first season with the squad, making 23 points despite only scoring four times.

Similar to this, Robinson played 38 games in his final season with the squad, making 26 points and scoring 11 goals.

He later joined the University of Alaska Anchorage and played four seasons with the NCAA Division I college’s Alaska Anchorage Seawolves.

In his final season, Robinson scored more goals than any other UAA defenseman and was named captain of the Seawolves.

Furthermore, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences from the University of Alaska Anchorage.

He joined with the Las Vegas Wranglers of the ECHL hockey league for the same 2008–09 season.

Career in the Profession

At the conclusion of the 2008–09 season, Robinson joined the Las Vegas Wranglers after graduating and began playing in the ECHL.

Robinson was then granted entry to the Ottawa Senators rookie training camp. To begin his professional career, he was added to the Senators’ primary training camp roster.

Later, he was given to the American Hockey League affiliate of the Ottawa Senators, the Binghamton Senators. As a result, he spent the season between the ECHL’s Elmira Jackals and Binghamton.

Robinson then made the decision to relocate to Europe after the 2009–10 season in order to advance his career. He joined the Sparta Warriors team in Norway. With the team, Robinson had a successful season, tallying 14 goals and 43 points in 45 games.

Robinson then joined Timra IK in the Swedish league and played for them for two seasons. He played 110 games throughout the course of his two seasons with the squad, recording just 11 goals and 43 points.

 Kontinental Hockey League(KHL)

Robinson then signed a contract with Latvian KHL team Dinamo Riga in 2013. His first season was spectacular, as he played 54 games and recorded 10 goals and 27 points.

Robinson signed a lucrative two-year contract with Dynamo Moscow of the KHL on May 3, 2014, following his outstanding campaign with Dinamo.

He later played for Dynamo for three seasons after that. Robinson was given free agency status after his third season even though he was still bound to the team because of its debt.

In the 2015–16 KHL season, he had the best plus/minus. He also twice won Defenseman of the Week and twice won Defenseman of the Month awards.

Robinson thus departed the team when Dynamo refused to provide a better contract, and on July 5, 2017, he signed a two-year deal with CSKA Moscow.

He spent five seasons with CSKA Moscow, and in his final campaign there, he made 17 points in 52 games while scoring 5 goals.

Before becoming an unrestricted free agent, he played 403 KHL games, tallying 58 goals and 184 points.

Olympics

After being chosen to represent Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics during the 2017–18 season, Robinson participated with the Canadian national team.

Additionally, while playing defense in 6 games, he scored 1 goal and recorded 2 points. Thus, he contributed to Canada’s bronze-medal victory.

Awards and Successes

The ice hockey defenseman has achieved the following things:

  • 2009 WCHA All-Academic Team
  • Norwegian Champion in the 2010-11 season
  • Gentleman Award in the year 2014
  • KHL Most Goals by Defenseman in the 2015-16 season and 2018-19 season
  • All-Star Game candidate in the years 2016, 2017, 2019
  • Gagarin Cup winner in the year 2019 with CSKA Moscow
  • KHL best plus/minus in 2015-16 season and 2019-20 season

Relationship | Mat Robinson

The Canadian ice hockey player is a very secretive individual who doesn’t share much information about his personal life. Behind the cover are details about his family and relationship.

Robinson, though, is now unmarried and has never been engaged, according to the source.

He has ranked both the elite list of Canadian-born celebrities and the list of the most well-known athletes.

Instagram presence

The Canadian doesn’t use social media very often. As a result, Robinson doesn’t have an official Instagram or Twitter account. In a similar vein, his Facebook account cannot be located.

Mat Robinson with his fan (Source: Instagram)

He enjoys playing golf, baseball, and tennis in addition to ice hockey. He also enjoys visiting new locations and exploring them.

Questions and Answers (FAQs)

Mat Robinson still plays in the KHL?

He is still playing in the KHL, but not for a team right now. He is a free agent right now, with no restrictions.

What team did Mat Robinson most recently play for?

Mat was a KHL player for CSKA Moscow before going unsigned. Up to 2021, he played for the team for five seasons.

What academic background has Mat Robinson?

Mat obtained a Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences from the University of Alaska Anchorage.