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Overview (3)

Born in Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Canada
Birth NameTheoren Wallace Fleury
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Theo Fleury was born on June 29, 1968 in Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Canada as Theoren Wallace Fleury. He is known for his work on Gold Rush 2002 (2002), Battle of the Blades (2009) and Score: A Hockey Musical (2010). He has been married to Jennifer since August 19, 2006. He was previously married to Veronica Hogartt.

Spouse (2)

Jennifer (19 August 2006 - present)
Veronica Hogartt (11 August 1995 - 2003) (divorced) (2 children)

Trivia (18)

Won Stanley Cup with Calgary Flames in 1989.
Selected 166th overall in 1987 NHL Entry Draft.
Won Alka-Seltzer Plus/Minus Award with Marty McSorley in 1991.
Diagnosed with Crohn's disease in 1996.
Signed with New York Rangers on July 5, 1999
Entered the NHL Behavioral and Substance Abuse Program in March 2001
Rights traded from New York Rangers to San Jose for 6th round draft choice in 2003
Traded to Colorado from Calgary with Chris Dingman in exchange for Rene Corbet, Wade Belak and a conditional draft choice on February 28, 1999
Has a son, Joshua, by high school sweetheart Shannon Griffin.
(August 15, 2002) Signs a 2 year $8 million contract with the Chicago Blackhawks
Suspended indefinitely without pay by the NHL for violating his substance abuse aftercare program. Fleury will not be eligible for reinstatement until cleared by supervising doctors. [October 2002]
Resumed play with the Chicago Black Hawks (NHL Season 2002-2003).
Played for the Moose Jaw, (Saskatchewan) Warriors of the Western Hockey League from 1984-1988.
Tied Swift Current (Saskatchewan) Broncos' Joe Sakic for the Western Hockey League's scoring title in 1987-1988 season, with 160 points.. The league ruled Sakic won the title, since he scored more goals (Sakic had 78 goals to Flueury's 68).
Holds 5 team records with the Moose Jaw Warriors including, most assists in a season (92), most points in a season (160), Most goals; Carrer (201), Most assists: Career (271) and most points; Career: (472)
Said that if he was ever to return to the NHL, he would only do so with the Calgary Flames.
(January 23) After an absence of 17 months, returned to pro hockey with the Horse Lake Thunder in the North Peace Hockey League. Fleury has been under suspension since violating the NHL's substance abuse rules in 2003. [2005]
Playing for the Coors Belfast Giants of the Elite Ice Hockey League in the United Kingdom [October 2005]

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