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Lyndon Byers was born Lyndon Svi Byers.
Byers has played ice hockey for several teams in the NHL. He was liked by coaches and players alike for his tenacity on the ice.
Lyndon Byers finished his NHL career with a total of 43 assists and 28 goals throughout ten seasons. He has also recorded a total of 1,081 penalty minutes in his NHL career, having played 279 games. He was recognized as one of the best right-wingers to have played the game. Read along to know more!
Lyndon Byers has an estimated $1-$5 million net worth.
There is currently no information available regarding the annual income of Lyndon Byers. However, it is estimated that he has earned a good amount in his career as a hockey player.
Lyndon Byers is quite tall, standing at the height of 6 ft 1 in (185 cm).
Born on February 29, 1964, Lyndon Byers is 58 years old as of 2022.
Lyndon Byers was born and grew up in Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Canada. He likes to keep his personal life separate from his professional life, which is why there is no information available regarding his childhood and family.
There is currently no information available regarding Lyndon Byer's relationship status. However, it is known that he has a daughter by the name of Taryn Byers.
Lyndon Byers kicked off his junior career at the Western Hockey League with the Regina Pats in 1981. He was a second-round pick in the 2010 draft and was picked by the Boston Bruins during the Entry Draft for the NHL. His stellar performances led to a call-up to the Canadian national team for the World Junior Championship in 1984, which was held in Sweden. He scored 32 goals in two consecutive seasons with the Regina Pats. He also recorded impressive statistics of over 150 penalty minutes in each of those two seasons.
At the end of the 1984 regular season, he joined the Boston Bruins and went on to score two goals and provide six assists. He also recorded 32 penalty minutes despite the less number of games played. Alternating between the majors and the minors, the best season of his career came in 1988 when he scored 10 goals and provided 14 assists, winning his team 24 points. He also recorded an impressive tally of 249 penalty minutes over the 53 games that he played that season.
Lyndon Byers signed a contract as a free agent with the San Jose Sharks in 1992 and went on to play his last season in the NHL in 1993 with them. He then joined Minnesota Moose, who played in the International Hockey League. He played for them until 1995 before deciding to retire from the sport.
Lyndon Byers became a regular at the 'Hill-Man Morning Show' after his retirement. He was a sports specialist for the show for a period of 23 years. He worked in the afternoon slot alongside his co-anchor Mike Hsu. The show was titled 'The Hsu And LB Show'. In fact, he left the show after delivering a heartfelt goodbye to the audience just moments before his exit from the studio.
The Boston Bruins man has featured in the series titled 'Rescue Me', which also included Denis Leary and Cam Neely as cast members. The show was produced by FX. He has also gone on to make cameo appearances in multiple movies such as 'Stuck On You' and 'Shallow Hal'. He has also been a member of the cast of the first season's finale of the show 'Bar Rescue', which was shown on Spike TV.
Lyndon Byers has his own charity called Ride with LB, which organizes a motorcycle run, with the proceeds being donated to different charities. He also hosts the 'Walk Of Change', which includes people covering a 45-mile road over four days and collecting change in the process. All the money raised is donated to various charities.
Lyndon Byers has been awarded the STHYB award for his show titled 'LB Second Sports Update'.
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