Ashley Cave – Nazem Kadri Wife Family, Kids, Career, Net Worth, Bio, Wiki, and More

Ashley Cave is the wife of Canadian professional ice hockey player Nazem Kadri Here is everything you need to know about Nazem Kari’s wife Ashley Cave, including her net worth, salary, records, personal life


Birth PlaceBrazil
Net Worth (2023)$ 1 million
Date of Birth1990
HusbandNazem Kadri
ChildrenOne Daughter
Social MediaInstagram

Who is Ashley Cave?

Ashley Cave is an American media personality and is the wife of Nazem Kadri. She was born in Brazil but there is not much information regarding his parents.
Ashley Cave is an American media personality and is the wife of Nazem Kadri (Heightline)

She along with her husband Nazem Kadri opened the Nazem Kadri Foundation. Their main aim is to address racism and intolerant behaviours found in hockey. And we are sure that Kadri’s income and net worth will increase further.

Ashley Cave’s husband Nazem Kadri

Nazem Kadri is a Canadian professional ice hockey player for the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League. He also played minor ice hockey in the London Jr. Knights system of the Alliance Hockey organization, serving as team captain at multiple minor levels.
Nazem Kadri is a Canadian professional ice hockey player for the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League (Instagram)

Kadri then participated in the 003 All-Ontario Peewee Championships held in Markham, Ontario. Along with the 2005 All-Ontario Championships in Thunder Bay. Before eventually starting his junior career in Ontario Hockey League.

He began his Kadri began his OHL career with the Kitchener Rangers after being selected in the first round, 18th overall, of the 2006 OHL Priority Selection. During his second season in the OHL, he played 68 games, recording 25 goals and 40 assists (65 points).

Nazem helped the Rangers to an OHL Championship and a berth in the Memorial Cup final but sadly lost to the Spokane Chiefs. Later in the 2007-08 season, the OHL traded Nazem to the London Knights in exchange for other draft picks.

Then, he played 56 games and recorded 25 goals and 53 assists. Sadly, his broken jaw made him sit out most of the game during the season, including the ADT Canada Russia Challenge.
Nazem Kadri
Nazem helped the Rangers to an OHL Championship and a berth in the Memorial Cup final

Kadri suited up for the Western Conference as Kadri was picked to play in the OHL All-Star Classic. Then he was again traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs with whom he signed a three-year, entry-level contract on July 6, 2009.

However, Kadri returned to Team OHL after being cut from the team and was selected to play in the 2009 Subway Super Series. On March 30, 2010, Kadri was named the CHL Player of the Week after recording nine points (two goals and seven assists) in three games. The OHL named Kadri the league’s Player of the Month for April 2010, a month in which he recorded 26 points (9 goals and 17 assists) in 10 games.

He finally made his professional debut with the Toronto Maple leafs. But he failed to reach the standard of head coach Ron Wilson’s expectation, the young Kadri was returned to the Knights. However, he ultimately returned to the Knights before the start of the NHL regular season.

Kadri was called up to the Maple Leafs on an emergency basis, making his NHL debut on February 8, 2010, against the San Jose Sharks. He recorded his first NHL point against the Nashville Predators. Following his first NHL career goal against Boston Bruins, Nazim was named to the AHL All-Star Game.

In the 2012-13 season, Kadri made the starting roster for the Leafs against the Montreal Canadiens. He kept progressing and scored his first career hat trick in a match against the New York Islanders.

After his stellar performance and progress, the Leafs signed Nazim under a two-year contract worth $5.8 million. Kadri ended the season with 39 points in 73 games, leading all Toronto Centers in goals.

Kadri set a league-leading best of 49 penalties, including 45 points and 28 assists. In 2017 he scored his 100th career NHL goal against the Calgary Flames.

Finally, after spending ten years with the Leafs, Nazem was traded to the Colorado Avalanche on July 1, 2019. Kadri and Callie Rosen were exchanged for Tyson Barrie, Alexander Kerfoot, and a sixth-round pick in 2020.

For the 2021–22 season, the NHL returned to its normal competition structure. It would be Kadri’s best season to date, as he scored 28 goals and recorded 59 assists, setting new bests in assists and total points. For the first time in his career, he scored over a point per game. Kadri won the Stabley Cup with Colorado Avalanche in 2022.
Kadri won the Stabley Cup with Colorado Avalanche in 2022 (The Athletic)

As a result of his strong play throughout the final season of his contract, there was considerable discussion around Kadri’s next contract, with many speculating that he would be too expensive for the Avalanche to re-sign. On August 18, 2022, Kadri signed as a free agent to a seven-year, $49 million contract with the Calgary Flames.

Ashley Cave and Nazem Kadri Relationship

Nazem Kadri and Ashley Cave have been in a long-term relationship. It is known that they met sometime in the early mid-2010s. They eventually got married in July 2018 at CasaLoma in Toronto.
Ashley Cave and Nazem Kadri has been together for more than decade (Hello Yellow)

The couple has a daughter named Nayla. The duo welcomed their first child back in 2019.
Nazem Kadri has been married to his wife Ashley Cave for five years now and they have a daughter named Layla (Instagram)

Ashley Cave and Nazem Kadri Net Worth

According to sources, Ashley Cave has a net worth of $1 million and Nazem Kadri has a net worth of $10 million.