Who is Tyson Jost Girlfriend: Family Bio

Tyson Jost is a Canadian professional ice hockey forward, currently playing for the Colorado Avalanche in the National Hockey League (NHL). He was born on March 14, 1998, in St, Albert, Canada. Tyson is 5 ft 11 inches (180 cm) tall and weighs 194 lb (88 kg). Jost commonly known as Tj or Josty by his teammates is currently 22 years old. Tyson's horoscope is Pisces while his Chinese zodiac sign is the Tiger. Let us read on to find out Tyson Jost

Tyson Jost Family And Childhood

Jost's mother is known as Laura Jost. Laura who is a single mom works as a senior sales manager for Bell Canada. Jost has a younger sister Kacey, with who he is very close. He has referred to his mother and sister as the rocks of his life. 

Tyson Jost And His Mother Laura At Und
Tyson Jost And His Mother Laura At Und

Jost was born with color blindness but hasn't let that be a setback in his career. Jost grew up in a household where sports were really encouraged. His mother coached him in hockey while she coached Kacey in volleyball. Jost's grandparents also chipped in by taking him to the rink when his mom was working. He eventually moved to Kelowna, British Columbia, and lived with his grandparents in order to attend the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy with his cousin.


Tyson Jost Education

Tyson attended the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy with his cousin Brendan. Jost played in Kelowna for his sophomore season recording 56 goals and 109 points in 33 games. This earned him attention from the Western Hockey League where he was eventually drafted by the Everett Silvertips during the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft. Jost decided to play with the Okanagan Rockets of the British Columbia Major Midget League to retain his NCAA eligibility. In his first and only season with the Rockets, he led the team in scoring 44 goals and 88 points to help them claim the BC Hockey Major Midget League Championship. After his season with the Midgets, Jost joined the Penticton Vees where he helped them reach the Fred Page Cup. 

 Jost was awarded the 2016 RBC Canadian Junior Hockey League National Player of the Year award. Jost began his collegiate career at the University Of North Dakota during the 2016–2017 season, quickly adapting to the Fighting Hawks in assuming first-line responsibilities. Tyson helped the Fighting Hawks advance to the first round of the 2017 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. On March 29, 2017, he ended his collegiate career, by agreeing to a three-year, entry-level contract with the Colorado Avalanche.

Tyson Jost Relationship Status

Tyson is not married and there isn't any information about his relationship or affair available on the media. Jost hasn't shared any details on his official social accounts suggesting any hints on his relationship and neither has he been ever involved in any controversial rumors.


Tyson In His Element
Tyson In His Element

Tyson Jost Girlfriend

As far as the general public is concerned Tyson seems to be determined to grow his professional career hence he hasn't majored into any relationship that the public is aware of. He keeps his personal life low-profile hence his love life or his girlfriend is hidden from the general public. Tyson currently resides in Canada.

Tyson Jost Kids

Tyson Jost does not have any kids.



Tyson Jost Random Facts

Tyson Jost is color blind in that he can't see red or green as they all look like grey to him. Jost is speedy and is termed as kind by his teammates.

Lauren Gardner Interviewed Jost About His Homecoming In The Team Hotel Jpeg
Lauren Gardner Interviewed Jost About His Homecoming In The Team Hotel Jpeg

Tyson Jost Net Worth

Tyson Jost has an estimated net worth of over 1 million US dollars. He signed a three-year contract worth 5.1125 million US dollars with Colorado Avalanche on March 29, 2017, which included a guaranteed sum of 5,112,500 US dollars along with a signing bonus of 277,500 US dollars. Tyson earns an average salary of 1,704,167 US dollars annually. Jost so far has made earnings of 2,775,000 US dollars from his entire NHL career. Jost won a gold medal at the 2015 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament and silver at the 2017 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and the 2019 IIHF World Championship.

Jost In One Of His Charity Events
Jost In One Of His Charity Events
The Jost Family In The Crowd During One Of Tyson Games
The Jost Family In The Crowd During One Of Tyson Games
Tysons Podcast
Tysons Podcast