American former professional ice hockey defenseman, Ryan Whitney who played in the 2010 Winter Olympics and won a silver medal. Also, he is a host on the Barstool Sports podcast.

Picture of former Ice hockey defenseman, Ryan Whitney
Caption: Picture of former Ice hockey defenseman, Ryan Whitney (Photo: ESPN)

Is Ryan Whitney still Married? 

Yup!, Ryan Whitney is still married to his wife Bryanah Bascon. Since 2017, he is happily married, having a blissful personal life. He and his wife tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony on a place called green bridge on the Neponset Riverwalk. They got married and entertained among their close group of friends and family.

Ryan Whitney with his wife Bryanah Bascon in their wedding dress
Caption: Ryan Whitney with his wife Bryanah Bascon in their wedding dress (Photo: Pinterest)

Obviously, there was a dance floor, champagne, and cigar bars at the woodsy ambiance of the venue, his wife Bascon was accompanied by two little bridesmaids. The bride wore a streamlined wedding gown and the groom wore a gray suit with a blue tie, not to mention an adorable smile. Ryan and Bryanah shared 2 kids out of his married life. 

About Ryan Whitney's Wife

Ryan Whitney's wife Bryanah Bascon is a housewife and businesswoman. This celebrity wife is a graduate of communications and media studies. Also, she is a yogi as well. Previously, Bascon has worked in companies such as Reebok and Jack Morton as a Marketing and Merchandising Coordinator and project coordinator. Likewise, she has worked as a Yoga Instructor for about five years. 

Ryan Whitney with his wife Bryanah Bascon in their wedding dress
Caption: Ryan Whitney with his wife Bryanah Bascon in their wedding dress (Photo: celebritygen)

Eventually, Bryanah founded Bree Bascon Consulting helping businesses to market their product around the country and develop a strategy. She calls herself a problem solver, strategic thinker, marketing enthusiast, and certified yogi. Her husband Ryan loves to keep his fans updated on Twitter although she isn't active on social media platforms. 

Picture of Ryan Whitney's son Ryder
Caption: Picture of Ryan Whitney's son Ryder (Photo: Twitter)

The couple has two children (both sons). They welcomed their first son, Ryder Whitney born in 2018. The duo became parents of 2nd child a son Wyatt Whitney born in 2020. As for Ryan's personal life, it has brought him much happiness, but he has also found great success in his professional life.

Ryan Whitney Shared 2 Kids with His Wife Bascon

Ryan Whitney said, "Stop growing up so fast"! on the first day of school to his son Ryder. For any parents, it's an emotional moment watching children grow infront of their eyes especially when it is their first child. 

Ryan Whitney with his son Ryder
Caption: Ryan Whitney with his son Ryder (Photo: Twitter) 

He sent his baby boy off to his first day of pre-school on September 13, 2021. On Twitter, he shared a father-son moment and wrote, Crazy day with my guy starting pre-school. The father-son duo is well complemented by the mother of the family and another son.

About Ryan Whitney

On February 19, 1983, Ryan Whitney was born and raised in Scituate, MA. He has two younger siblings brother ColinWhitney and Sean Whitney. His brother Sean played collegiate hockey at Cornell University from the 2008–09 season to the 2011–12 season. Ryan's brother Colin played lacrosse at Connecticut College. Whitney stands at a height of 6 feet 4 inches tall. He joined Boston University after being rewarded a full scholarship. 

Picture of Ryan Whitney playing
Caption:  Picture of Ryan Whitney playing (Photo: Pinterest)

The Pittsburgh Penguins selected him fifth overall in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft after he completed his freshman year. During the course of his hockey career, he played for teams including Modo Hockey, HC Sochi, Florida Panthers, Edmonton Oilers, Anaheim Ducks, and Pittsburgh Penguins. His career spanned from 2004 to 2015 for over a decade until he announced his retirement from professional hockey on September 20, 2015. After that, he worked as a host on the Barstool Sports hockey podcast, Spittin' Chiclets. Ryan Whitney has earned an estimated net worth of $12 Million