Charlie Coyle is an NHL star who has proven himself multiple times since he was still a junior team player. The Thayer Academy's young lad stole all the spotlight after scoring 48 points from 26 games in 2008.
Since then, the Boston Bruins's right-wing has gone on to play more than 600 games over different franchises and made a significant contribution to every team he played.
In 2021, Coyle became a proud King Clancy Memorial Trophy nominee for his special humanitarian assistance over the years.
Coyle has played wearing eight jerseys in his more than a decade-long career and hit the puck inside the goal post more than 100 times.
His consistent performance also earned him the opportunity to play from the US national team in World Championship, Czech Republic, 2015, and World Junior Championship 2011.
Coyle represented Weymouth High School as a freshman and helped the team reach their first-ever Super 8 finale.
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Also, Coyle finished off fifth overall in Tier III Junior A Ice Hockey with 63 points in 42 games while playing for South Shore Kings. After being picked by San Jose Sharks during the first round of the 2010 NHL entry draft, he began his career as a professional.
However, in 2011 Coyle was traded to Minnesota Wild in a three-year deal, and he was kept in QMJHL with the Saint John Sea Dogs until 2012. Coyle made his NHL debut on 2013 and began showcasing his unparalleled skills on the field ever since then.
Charlie Coyle holding a hockey stick during his time as a high school player, Stanley Cup (Source: Patriot Ledger)
After contributing for Wild until 2018, he took his leave from the team and joined Boston Bruins. Coyle struggled to get a hold of his performance initially. However, in 2019, he displayed his ace hockey prowess and helped the team advance to the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals.
After finishing the league with nine goals and seven assists in the playoffs, Coyle returned to Minnesota with Bruins as one of the alternate captains of the Bruins.
On April 6, 2021, the Bruins made sure that Coyle stayed and offered him a six-year contract extension for a whopping amount of $31.5 million, to which he signed happily.
Charlie Coyle on-filed wearing Bruins' jersey (Source: Boston Hockey Now)
As of 2021, the 29-year-old NHL star Coyle is enjoying a salary of 5.25 million dollars annually and has garnered an enormous net worth of more than $10 million.
Coyle has been leading a fulfilling career as an ice hockey professional player, similar to his relationship with his girlfriend.
Is NHL Star Dating?
The NHL star never fails to captivate the audience by showering love to the love of his life.
Coyle is dating a beautiful woman named Danielle Grace Hooper, and their chemistry suggests that the duo has been dating for a long time.
Hooper is a Minnesota native who won Miss Minnesota USA in 2013, which also says a lot about their relationship as they met when Coyle used to play for Minnesota Wild.
The charming duo made their relationship official via Instagram in 2018, sharing a picture where they were smiling radiantly with a golden beach in the background.
Charlie and Danielle never miss out on the slightest opportunity to shower love for each other as they have decorated their Instagram with the cutest pictures of them together.
On July 26, 2021, Danielle shared a series of pictures where they were seen attending the wedding ceremony of her best friend, which gave rise to their fans urging them to take their relationship to the next level.
The duo responded in a most bashful manner as the NHL star proposed the love of his life, Danielle, to marry him on August 23, 2021.
Charlie took to Instagram and uploaded a picture to make their engagement official. In the picture, Coyle was down on his knees, expressing his love towards his soon-to-be wife in the most graceful way.
A Short Bio
The star NHL wing, Coyle, was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, on March 2, 1992.
He was named Charles Robert Coyle by his parents, Chuck Coyle and Theresa Coyle. Charlie went to Weymouth High School of Massachusetts and represented his hockey team.
Coyle attended Boston University and represented the college hockey team Boston Terriers for the 2010-2011 season.