Hockey player Brian Leetch and his wife, Mary Beth expecting another baby?

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Baby news on the way for ice hockey player Brian Leetch?

The former American professional ice hockey defenseman Brian Leetch is rumored to have been expecting his fourth child with wife Mary Beth Leetch. They have three children together.

The famous idol of sports world is now ready to bring his fourth little one to this world, rumors say.

If rumors are to be believed, Mary and Brian are seen visiting their doctor quite often in the past few days.

They have also moved their house away from the hustle and bustle of the city area to the north part of the city, reports insider.

These all hints lead to only a point: Our honorable sportsman is expecting a baby for the fourth time!!!

The former ice hockey defense man has been retired for a decade .He is now living a normal life with wife and children. He keeps his personal life on low profile and avoids the limelight.

This is why more or less no information has been gained on his private matters.

For those who do not know who Brian Leetch is, he is a retired ice hockey defenseman who played 18 National Hockey League seasons with the New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Boston Bruins.

Particularly noted for his offense, skating and playmaking abilities, Brian is one of the top defenseman in NHL History.

Born on March 3, 1968 in Corpus Christi. He was passionate about hockey since his childhood. He was drafted into the NHL entry draft of 1986 in the first round by New York Rangers.

Brian has played 1205 games with 247 goals, 781 assists and 1028 points. Further he holds the NHL records for most goals by rookie defenseman, with 23 in the 1988-89 seasons. He is estimated to have net worth of $37 million.

Not only that, Brian was the first American player to win the Conn Smythe trophee as the MVP of the Stanley Cup playoffs (1994).

After giving nineteen years of his life to hockey, Brian decided to retire. Eventually in 2006, Brian left his position as defenseman and started living a normal life with his family.

His jersey (#2) was retired by New York Rangers on January 24, 2008.