Tabea Pfendsack - Updated Oct 2023

Updated On September 28, 2023
Most Popular

Birth Sign

Tabea Pfendsack

Tabea Pfendsack is a Swiss businesswoman and the author of “The Very Hairy But Not So Scary Mouse,” a popular children’s book. Tabea Pfendsackis also known as the wife of Joe Thornton. Joe is a Canadian-American professional ice hockey payer.

Early Life

Tabea Pfendsack was born in Switzerland. Moreover, she is Swiss nationality but she holds Canadian nationality. It seems like that, she is in her 40s at the time.

Apart from that, she has not disclosed her exact birthdate, birthplace, zodiac sign, age, ethnicity, parents, siblings, and childhood life. As we can presume, she was raised by her parents as a child in her hometown.

Although, Tabea Pfendsack has not mentioned her academic qualification in public yet. We can assume that she has completed her graduation from a well-known University in Switzerland.

Tabea Pfendsack – Net Worth 2023

As of now, Tabea Pfendsack has not shared her income, salary, and net worth in public yet. But her husband’s net worth is estimated at around $60 million.

Relationship Status

Tabea married Joe Thornton on 26 June 2009. They first met each other in Switzerland while Joe was there for NHL Lockout. The couple has two children whose names are Alyaand River.

Moreover, Tabea Pfendsack is not a part of rumors nor got controversy and maintains a safe distance from them.

Tabea Pfendsack

Caption: Tabea with her husband Joe Thornton and their children (Source: Canada Sports Book)

Professional Career

Tabea Pfendsack is an author by her profession and she is popular for her children’s book called “The Very Hairy But Not So Scary Mouse.”

The book is about helping the children to get friendly with animals rather than getting afraid. Apart from that, there is very little information regarding her professional career.

Tabea Pfendsack

Caption: Tabea Pfendsack posing with her husband Joe Thornton (Source: Five)

Joe Thronton

In the 1997 NHL Entry Draft, he was selected as the first overall pick by the Boston Bruins. He scored his first goal in a 3-0 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on December 3, 1997. He had three goals and seven points in 55 games as a rookie.

In the 2002-2003 season, he led the team as captain and succeeded Jason Allison, who was traded to the Los Angeles Kings. He scored 68 points in 66 games in his first season as captain.

Moreover, he was traded to the  San Jose Sharks in a four-player deal in November 2005. He played a total of 92 points in 58 games with the Sharks.

He eventually agreed to a three-year contract deal with the San Jose Sharks worth $21.6 million. Similarly, he had 96 points in the 2007-08 season, with 29 goals and 67 assists.

He was named the Western Conference captain for the 2009 NHL All-Star Game, which was held in Montreal from 2008 to 2009. Moreover, he has a total of 86 points throughout the season.

In the 2009-2010 season, he completed the playoffs with a career-high 12 points in 15 games. Moreover, he signed a three-year $21 million contract extension with the Sharks shortly after.

He signed another three-year contract extension in January 2014, this time through the 2017 season. Over the next three years, his performance continued to improve.

He got his 1000th NHF to assist against the Winnipeg Jets on March 6, 2017. He became the 13th player in NHL history to achieve the record.

International career

Joe made his first International debut on Canada’s national under-20 team for the 1997 World Junior Championships in Switzerland.

Moreover, he led the national team to the gold medal. He scored a goal and added an assist in six games in the 2001 World Championships in Germany.

But the Canadian team got eliminated in the quarter-finals by the US. He played in the 2004 World Cup and the 2005 IIHF World Championship.

He was considered the most valuable player in the competition. Despite an outstanding showing in the finals, the Czech Republic defeated Canada.

In 2006, he competed in the Winter Olympics. He scored three points, but Canada lost in the quarterfinals to Russia. He returned to the Canadian team at the 2010 Winter Games four years later. In addition, he led his team to a gold medal with the help of his teammates.


As of now, Tabea has not received any awards nor recognition for her work. On the other side, her husband Joe has won some of them. In 2006, he received the Art Ross Trophy, and the same year, he won the Hart Memorial Trophy.

Body Measurements

The author has beautiful blue eyes and blonde color hair. Besides that, there is no more news regarding Tabea’s weight, height, and other measurements.

Tabea Pfendsack – Social Media

On her Instagram page, there are 534 followers. Aside from that, the writer is not active on Facebook and Twitter.