Kyle Dubas Net Worth


Kyle Dubas’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Kyle Dubas was born on 29 November, 1985 in Sault Ste. Marie, Canada, is a Hockey executive. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Kyle Dubas’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Occupation Ice hockey executive
Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 29 November 1985
Birthday 29 November
Birthplace Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
Nationality Canadian

What is Kyle Dubas’s net worth?

Kyle Dubas’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Kyle Dubas is 36 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Off the ice, Dubas hired Hayley Wickenheiser to serve as assistant director of player development. When hiring scouts, Dubas introduced a system of blinded reviews, where scouting reports by potential hires were submitted anonymously, to remove bias from the process. One of the highest scorers during this stage was Noelle Needham, who was hired as an amateur scout to cover the Midwest region of the United States. Dubas has expressed a belief that increasing the diversity of the Maple Leafs staff will result in improved performance, saying “Research shows the more diverse your organization, the better your decision-making and the better your operation in general. If you’re only hiring white males – and I’m saying that as a white male – you’re probably leaving a lot of good people, in terms of where your organization can go and how it can think and how it can evolve and develop.” During the 2018–19 season, Dubas received praise for the way he handled allegations that defenceman Morgan Rielly used a homophobic slur during a game. Rielly was cleared the following day after an investigation by the NHL. At a press conference, the following day, Dubas said “It’s incumbent on us in management to build an environment if someone were gay, or were questioning their sexual orientation, that they don’t feel that they have to come in here and be somebody that they’re not.”


After Shanahan hired Lou Lamoriello to serve as the team’s general manager, Dubas and Hunter both took roles as assistant GM. During his time as assistant GM for the Maple Leafs, Dubas also served as general manager of the Toronto Marlies, the Maple Leafs’ American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate team. He was instrumental in organizing a system that developed players for the Maple Leafs team, while also being competitive in their own league. Dubas hired former Greyhounds head coach Keefe to oversee the Marlies development. In 2018, the Marlies captured the Calder Cup as the AHL champions.

After the 2017–18 season, Shanahan decided not to renew Lamoriello’s contract as GM, sticking to his original plan to have a fixed term on his time in the position before he transitioned into an advisory role. Dubas and his co-assistant GM Mark Hunter were considered top candidates for the position. On May 11, 2018, Dubas was named as the 17th general manager in the club’s history. Shortly after Dubas was named GM, both Hunter and Lamoriello left the organization. One of Dubas’s first tasks as GM of the Maple Leafs was the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. He traded the team’s first round selection at 25th overall to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for their pick at 29th overall and an additional draft pick at 76th overall. The Leafs drafted Swedish defenceman Rasmus Sandin who played in the OHL for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, Dubas’s former team. During his first free agency period, Dubas made headlines by signing the top unrestricted free agent available, John Tavares to a seven-year contract.


During his time with the Greyhounds in the OHL, Dubas believed that data could provide a way for smaller teams to close the gap with the league’s traditional powerhouse programs. Initially his analytics with the Greyhounds focused on how much time the team spent controlling the puck, which was largely done using manual review of video at the time. Dubas has been particularly focused on using data and analytics to combat bias in decision making. At the 2015 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, his presentation was entitled “How Analytics has Limited the Impact of Cognitive Bias on Personnel Decisions.” In 2019, Dubas received praise from agent Dan Milstein for staying in New Jersey with Ilya Mikheyev after the latter suffered a severe cut from a skate blade, resulting in emergency surgery to repair a tendon and artery. Dubas spent three days keeping Mikheyev company in the hospital until he was cleared to travel back to Toronto.


In 2014, Toronto Maple Leafs team president Brendan Shanahan reached out to Dubas about the possibility of joining the organization. Their initial meeting lasted nine hours. Dubas was hired by Shanahan as an assistant general manager for the Maple Leafs in July 2014. The Maple Leafs organization deflected concerns about his age at the time he was hired, with general manager Dave Nonis saying “…Age was never a factor. It’s whether or not you can do the job, and it was clear to us quickly that he’s going to be good at it.” In January 2015, Forbes named Dubas amongst its 30 Under 30 brightest young stars in the sport industry. As an assistant GM for the club, Dubas played parts in many aspects of the organization, including personnel management and analytics, through the team’s research and development group. Dubas and Mark Hunter filled the role of interim general manager for the Maple Leafs in 2015, after Nonis was fired by the club.


Dubas was hired as the general manager (GM) of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) in 2011. He attended his interview with a detailed plan to improve the team, which had struggled in recent years. The Greyhounds initially were looking for an experienced candidate for the GM position, but Dubas’s interview was so impressive, that he was the board’s unanimous choice. During his tenure with the Greyhounds, this plan became known as “The Rising” after the Bruce Springsteen song of the same name. Dubas had been involved with the Greyhounds organization since he was a child, starting out as a stick boy and dressing room attendant when he was 11. After assuming the GM role, he hired Sheldon Keefe as head coach. The combination of Keefe and Dubas resulted in significant on ice improvement for the Greyhounds, and during Dubas’s last season as GM of the Greyhounds, they finished second overall in the OHL.


Kyle Dubas (born November 29, 1985) is a Canadian ice hockey executive who is currently the general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL). Dubas spent his youth in various roles with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League, including a term as the team’s general manager after graduating from university. He attended Brock University and graduated with a degree in Sports Management, and started his career by briefly acting as a player agent. Dubas joined the Maple Leafs organization as an assistant general manager in 2014, and played a key role in developing the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League (AHL). In 2018, the Marlies captured the Calder Cup as AHL Champions. At the time of his hire, Dubas was the second youngest general manager in NHL history, behind John Chayka of the Arizona Coyotes.


Dubas was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. As a child Dubas played hockey, until concussions caused him to stop playing at 14. His father was an intern with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds and his grandfather, Walter Dubas (1929-2012), had coached the team from 1960 to 1967. Dubas attended Brock University, graduating in Sport Management (BSM). While at Brock, Dubas worked as a scout for the Ontario Hockey League (OHL)’s Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. In 2015, Dubas was named the first recipient of Brock’s Outstanding Young Alumni Award, for his accomplishments after graduation. Brock University has credited sharp increases in the popularity of their Sports Management program with Dubas’ success early in his career, with one professor noting, “We absolutely have seen, anecdotally, so many students who want to be Kyle Dubas when they graduate.” After graduation, Dubas offered to assist with Brock University’s program as either an instructor or teaching assistant.

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