Adin Hill

Adin Hill

Adin Hill: A Brief Biography


Adin Hill
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Adin Hill is a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender playing for the Vegas Golden Knights in the National Hockey League (NHL). Born on May 11, 1996, he was selected by the Arizona Coyotes in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. Before his NHL debut, Hill spent several years in the AHL with the Tucson Roadrunners, the Coyotes’ AHL affiliate. During his time in the AHL, Hill developed himself as a promising player and showcased athletic determination. Hill finally made his NHL debut with the Coyotes on October 7, 2017.


Over the next few seasons, he kept bouncing between AHL and NHL, honing his skills. In 2020, his journey took a significant turn when he was traded to the San Jose Sharks. However, after a single season with the Sharks, he was traded to the Vegas Golden Knights in 2022 where he became an integral part of the team during the playoffs. Notably, Hill contributed to the Golden Knights’ Stanley Cup victory in 2023.


Adin Hill's Personal Information


NameAdin Hill
Age27 years old ( as of March 2024)
DOBMay 11, 1996
NationalityCanadian
Mother NameN/A
Father nameKyle Peck
ProfessionIce hockey player
Net WorthN/A
Height6 feet 6 inches ( 198 cm)
Weight202 lbs (91 kg)
EducationN/A
Relationship StatusIn relationship



Adin Hill's Early Days

Adin Hill was born and raised in British Columbia before commencing his hockey journey with the Calgary Bisons and Calgary Buffaloes of the Alberta Midget Hockey League. He later played in the Alberta Junior Hockey League with the Calgary Canucks. Hill then advanced to the Western Hockey League (WHL), playing for the Portland Winterhawks for the 2013-14 season. However, he only played four games that season before returning in 2014-15 and recording 31 wins in 46 games while having an SV% of .921. He was also part of the Winterhawks postseason run that season, contributing 10 wins in 17 games. Considering his stand-out performance in the WHL, Hill earned the spot in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and ultimately was selected by the Arizona Coyotes.


Adin Hill's Personal Life

Adin was born in British Columbia Canada, having Canadian citizenship. His parents still live there and he often visits them during his off-season. Nonetheless, much information about his personal life is not known as he prefers to stay away from the Limelight. He also has a brother whose identity remains discussed.


Adin Hill's Family Background

Adin Hill was born on May 11, 1996, in British Columbia to a Canadian Christian family. His father is named Kyle Peck while his mother’s name is not widely known.


Adin has expressed his gratitude towards his parents who supported his hockey passion during his developing years. The information about his family is not widely known apart from their lives in Canada.


Adin Hill's Girlfriend

Adin Hill is allegedly dating McKenna Jones, a dedicated ER nurse for Alberta Health Services. The duo keeps their relationship private but it is known that the couple started dating in 2016. McKenna Jones graduated from Mount Royal University. Other details about her are currently unavailable.


Adin Hill's Kids

Adin Hill and his girlfriend McKenna Jones have no kids as of now (March 2024).


Adin Hill's Social Media

Adin Hill has an official Instagram account by the name of @adinhill. Despite being a public figure, he keeps his Instagram account private where he has 24.9K followers. Moreover, he can be found on X under the username @Adin_Hill.


Adin Hill's Net Worth

Unfortunately, concrete data regarding Adin Hill’s net is not available. Throughout his NHL career, Hill has earned $11,602,374. Moreover, he is currently under a two-year, $9,800,000 contract and his projected hockey fortune is scheduled to reach $15,802,374 after the completion of his contract.


Adin Hill's Investments

Adin Hill has not disclosed any details regarding his investments in any public sector.


Adin Hill as a Brand Ambassador

Adin Hill has not disclosed any details regarding his partnerships with any brands.


Adin Hill's Career Stats

Adin Hill's entire career stats are presented below in a table format to give a testament of his skills.


Regular Season


SeasonTeamLeagueGPGAPPIM
2013–14Calgary CanucksAJHL190000
2013–14Portland WinterhawksWHL40000
2014–15Portland WinterhawksWHL460000
2015–16Portland WinterhawksWHL650000
2015–16Springfield FalconsAHL40000
2016–17Rapid City RushECHL50000
2016–17Tucson RoadrunnersAHL400000
2017–18Tucson RoadrunnersAHL360000
2017–18Arizona CoyotesNHL40000
2018–19Tucson RoadrunnersAHL360000
2018–19Arizona CoyotesNHL130000
2019–20Tucson RoadrunnersAHL200000
2019–20Arizona CoyotesNHL130000
2020–21Arizona CoyotesNHL190000
2020–21Tucson RoadrunnersAHL20000
2021–22San Jose SharksNHL250000
2021–22San Jose BarracudaAHL10000
2022–23Henderson Silver KnightsAHL10000
2022–23Vegas Golden KnightsNHL270000


Playoffs


SeasonTeamLeagueGPGAPPIM
2014–15Portland WinterhawksWHL----------
2015–16Portland WinterhawksWHL40000
2017–18Tucson RoadrunnersAHL90000
2022–23Vegas Golden KnightsNHL160000


Adin Hill's Achievements

Arguably, Adin Hill’s biggest achievement came in 2023, when he helped the Vegas Golden Knights lift the Stanley Cup championship. He led the team to victories against the Edmonton Oilers. Against the Dallas Stars, Hill allowed only 12 goals in a six-game series, including two shutouts.


Notably in the finals, Hill made a paddle save in the series opener which was later dubbed as “the save of the playoffs” by the Associated press. Moreover, Hill finished third in the voting for the Conn Smythe Trophy.


Adin Hill's Contracts

Adin Hill has signed five contracts in his NHL career till now.


The first contract he signed was a three-year, entry-level contract worth $2,775,000 with a cap hit of $725,833. The second contract he signed was a one-year extension contract with the Coyotes for $708,750. Moving forward, he signed a one-year contract with the Coyotes for $800,000 in 2020. Hill then signed his fourth contract with the San Jose Sharks after getting traded to them in 2021. The contract was a two-year contract worth $4,350,000. His current and fifth contract is a two-year contract with the Vegas Golden Knights at $9,800,000 with a cap hit of $4,900,000.


Moreover, Hill is set to earn a salary of $5,600,000 for the 2023-24 season, including $1,600,000 as base salary and $4,000,000 as signing amount.


Adin Hill's Diet

Adin Hill developed a preference for coffee while he was with the San Jose Sharks. He also loves making his own coffee and buys organic beans from Australia.


Adin Hill's House

Adin Hill currently has a home under construction. His new home is expected to be complete by summer of 2025 and will include a basement man cave equipped with a golf course. Additional details regarding his current place of residence are not known.


He previously used to live San Jose.


Adin Hill’s Cars

Adin Hill has not revealed any information regarding his car collection. Neither has he posted about his cars on any social media platforms, which keeps this section of his life quite elusive.


FAQ's On Adin Hill

A. Adin Hill was selected in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and made his NHL debut in 2015. However, he has mostly played as backup to the teams’ goaltenders and has majorly played in the AHL.

 A. Adin Hill began his hockey journey with the Calgary Bisons and Calgary Buffaloes in the Alberta Midget Hockey League. He later played in the Alberta Junior Hockey League with the Calgary Canucks.

A. Adin Hill is set to earn a salary of $5,600,000 for the 2023-24 season, including $1,600,000 as base salary and $4,000,000 as signing amount.

A. Adin Hill is under a two-year contract with the Vegas Golden Knights for $9,800,000 with a cap hit of  $4,900,000. Additionally, he has a team no-trade list clause in his contract and for the 2024-25 season, he submits five team no-trade list.

 A. Adin Hill debuted with the Arizona Coyotes in 2017 before he was traded to the San Jose Sharks in 2021. He joined the Vegas Golden Knights after getting traded for a fourth-round pick in 2024.

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