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List of current National Hockey League broadcasters

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List of current National Hockey League broadcasters

The following is a list of current (entering the 2013–14 NHL season) National Hockey League broadcasters for each individual team. Two teams - Buffalo and Dallas - do television/radio simulcasts.

Eastern Conference

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Flagship stations
Boston Jack Edwards Andy Brickley NESN[1]
Dave Goucher Bob Beers WBZ-FM[1]
Buffalo Rick Jeanneret
Dan Dunleavy (select games)
Rob Ray MSG
Carolina John Forslund Tripp Tracy Fox Sports Carolinas[3]
Chuck Kaiton John Forslund (Non-televised games) WCMC-FM[3]
Columbus Jeff Rimer Bill Davidge Fox Sports Ohio [4]
Bob McElligott Jody Shelley (Select Home Games) WBNS-FM [5]
Detroit Ken Daniels Mickey Redmond Fox Sports Detroit [6]
Ken Kal Paul Woods WXYT-FM [7]
Florida Steve Goldstein Bill Lindsay Fox Sports Florida[8]
Randy Moller WQAM[8]
Montreal Dave Randorf, Gord Miller or Rod Black Mike Johnson or Darren Eliot TSN Habs[9]
Pierre Houde Marc Denis RDS (French)[9]
John Bartlett Bobby Dollas or Sergio Momesso CKGM
Martin McGuire Danny Dubé CHMP-FM (French)
New Jersey Steve Cangialosi Chico Resch MSG Plus[10]
Matt Loughlin Sherry Ross WFAN AM and FM
NY Islanders Howie Rose Butch Goring MSG Plus[11]
Chris King Hofstra University Broadcasting Students WRHU-FM and WRCN-FM
NY Rangers Sam Rosen Joe Micheletti MSG Network[12]
Kenny Albert Dave Maloney WEPN-FM
Ottawa Dean Brown Dennis Potvin Sportsnet East[13]
Félix Séguin Patrick Lalime RDS / RDS2 (French)
Pierre Rinfret Yvon Pedneault & Enrico Ciccone TVA Sports (French)
Dave Schreiber or Dean Brown Gord Wilson CFGO
Nicolas St. Pierre Alain Sanscartier CKOF-FM (French)
Philadelphia Jim Jackson Keith Jones or Bill Clement; Steve Coates Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia / Comcast Network Philadelphia[14]
Tim Saunders Chris Therien WPEN
Pittsburgh Paul Steigerwald Bob Errey Root Sports Pittsburgh[15]
Mike Lange Phil Bourque WXDX[15]
Tampa Bay Rick Peckham Bobby Taylor Sun Sports / WTOG[16]
David Mishkin Phil Esposito (Home games only)
Dave Andreychuk (Select Away Games Only)
Chris Dingman (Select Away Games Only)
Toronto Joe Bowen Greg Millen Sportsnet Ontario / Leafs TV[18]
Jon Abbott or Joe Bowen Jim Ralph CJCL, CHUM
Washington Joe Beninati Craig Laughlin Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic[19]
John Walton Ken Sabourin WFED, WJFK

Western Conference

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Flagship Stations
Anaheim John Ahlers Brian Hayward Prime Ticket / KDOC-TV [20]
Steve Carroll Dan Wood KLAA [20]
Calgary Rob Kerr Charlie Simmer Sportsnet West / Sportsnet Flames [21]
Peter Maher Mike Rogers CFAC
Chicago Pat Foley Eddie Olczyk or Steve Konroyd Comcast SportsNet Chicago / WGN-TV [22]
John Wiedeman Troy Murray WGN
Colorado Mike Haynes Peter McNab Altitude [23]
Marc Moser Joe Sakic KRWZ
Dallas Ralph Strangis Daryl Reaugh Fox Sports Southwest; KTXA (TV)
KTCK (Radio) [24]
Edmonton Kevin Quinn Louie DeBrusk Sportsnet West / Sportsnet Oilers [25]
Jack Michaels Bob Stauffer CHED
Los Angeles Bob Miller Jim Fox Fox Sports West [26]
Nick Nickson Daryl Evans KTLK [26]
Minnesota Anthony LaPanta Mike Greenlay Fox Sports North [27]
Bob Kurtz Tom Reid KFXN-FM
Nashville Pete Weber Terry Crisp Fox Sports Tennessee [28]
Tom Callahan or Pete Weber Stu Grimson WPRT-FM
Phoenix Matt McConnell Tyson Nash Fox Sports Arizona [29]
Bob Heethuis Tyson Nash (Non-televised games) KTAR or KVMP [30]
St. Louis John Kelly Darren Pang
Bernie Federko
Fox Sports Midwest [31]
Chris Kerber Kelly Chase KMOX [32]
San Jose Randy Hahn Drew Remenda Comcast SportsNet California [33]
Dan Rusanowsky Jamie Baker KFOX [34]
Vancouver John Shorthouse John Garrett Sportsnet Pacific / Sportsnet Canucks [35]
Rick Ball or John Shorthouse Dave Tomlinson CKST
Winnipeg Dennis Beyak Brian Engblom or Mike Johnson TSN Jets[36]
Brian Munz or Dennis Beyak Shane Hnidy CFRW[36]

See also

National broadcasters
NHL networks
Out-of-market packages


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