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    Bob McKenzie

    With more than 35 years of experience covering hockey, TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie is the definitive authority on breaking news and analysis from every corner of the hockey world.

    Using his unparalleled contacts, combined with an abundance of hockey knowledge and a genuine love for the game, McKenzie has well earned his reputation as the most informed, most trusted and most connected man in the business.

    McKenzie is Twitter’s #1 choice for breaking news and analysis of the biggest stories in the game. He is the most followed media personality in Canada and consistently ranks as one of Sports Illustrated’s Twitter Top 100.

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    Darren Dreger

    From breaking trades to exploring the latest news around the NHL, Darren Dreger covers hockey from all angles as TSN’s Hockey Insider.

    Dreger takes viewers inside the game with world-class reporting, earning “Dregs” the reputation of one of the most trusted broadcasters in hockey. He’s also one of the most followed media personalities in Canada on Twitter with more than 500,000 followers.

    Dreger’s authority on the hockey world literally begins in his own backyard. On top of being a highly respected broadcaster, Dreger is also the unofficial authority on homemade rinks. The proud hockey dad tirelessly tends to his backyard rink every season, while also providing advice and inspiration to fellow rink builders. 

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    James Duthie

    James Duthie is the popular host of TSN’s extensive and award-winning hockey coverage. He also contributes to key CFL ON TSN events, including the playoffs and Grey Cup.

    Duthie’s entertaining and sharp-witted style continues to make him a fan favourite across Canada and one of the most-followed media personalities on Twitter.

    His natural charisma and extensive history in sports broadcasting allow him to gain exclusive interviews with some of the biggest stars in sports and entertainment.

    Duthie’s work has earned him multiple awards including three Geminis, a Canadian Screen Award, and the Excellence in Sports Broadcasting award from Sports Media Canada.

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    Darren Dutchyshen

    Darren Dutchyshen co-hosts the late night/morning loop edition of SPORTSCENTRE alongside Kate Beirness, delivering all the latest news and highlights from the day in sports.  

    A TSN veteran, “Dutchy” is one of Canada’s most popular sports personalities. He began his TSN career in 1995, hosting weekend editions of SPORTSCENTRE and hosting CFL Live. His engaging and unique personality, smooth delivery, and sports knowledge have made him a viewer favourite.

    Dutchyshen hosted Olympic Prime Time on TSN during the London 2012 Olympic Games and Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

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    Jennifer Hedger

    Jennifer Hedger anchors the 10 p.m. ET edition of SPORTSCENTRE, providing viewers with all the day’s highlights from the world of sports.

    A mainstay on TSN since 2002, Hedger’s popularity transcends sports and she has quickly become a fan favourite in both the sports and entertainment communities. 

    In addition to her duties at TSN, Hedger co-hosted Olympic Daytime on CTV alongside James Duthie during the London 2012 Olympic Games, and was the Whistler Host of Olympic Prime Time on CTV for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

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    Rod Smith

    Rod Smith is the host of CFL ON TSN. He also hosts the 6 p.m. ET edition of SPORTCENTRE after the CFL season wraps up and headlines TSN’s Super Bowl coverage.

    One of the country’s most trusted broadcasters, Smith’s trademark powerful voice is iconic throughout the industry.

    In 2014 he shared a Canadian Screen Award for Best Sports Host in a Sports Program or Series. He’s also earned several awards for his work covering the Olympic Games, including the Excellence in Sports Broadcasting Award from Sports Media Canada.

    Smith joined TSN in 1987 as an editorial assistant for SPORTSCENTRE.

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    Kate Beirness

    Kate Beirness anchors the late night/morning loop edition of SPORTSCENTRE alongside Darren Dutchyshen, bringing viewers all the day’s highlights from the world of sports.

    Since 2011, Beirness has hit the road on the annual Kraft Celebration Tour, broadcasting SPORTSCENTRE live from communities across the country.

    Beirness previously hosted TSN’s NCAA March Madness coverage, bringing highlights and analysis of top seeds and Cinderella stories from the tournament.

    The Port Perry, Ont. native and recreational league hockey powerhouse graduated from the University of Ontario. She was a standout basketball player throughout high school until a torn ACL forced her to switch gears and pursue a career in sports broadcasting.

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    Chris Schultz

    A household name to Canadian football fans, Chris Schultz has been a mainstay on CFL ON TSN since 1998 and brings more than 20 years of broadcasting experience to the team.

    The gridiron expert also covers the NFL, delivering his weekly predictions in SPORTSCENTRE’s Risky Business, and covering the Super Bowl every February.

    Schultz played left tackle for the Dallas Cowboys from 1983-1986, when he came to the CFL and played nine seasons with the Toronto Argonauts, winning the Grey Cup in 1991.

    For many years, Schultz has been the passionate spokesperson for Purolator Tackle Hunger, a program dedicated to supporting local food banks across Canada.

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    Michael Landsberg

    One of the best-known personalities in Canadian broadcasting, Michael Landsberg has been with TSN since the network’s inception in 1984. Landsberg has hosted TSN’s OFF THE RECORD (OTR) since its debut in September 1997. The highly acclaimed 30-minute daily sports debate program is one of Canada’s longest running talk shows.

    Landsberg started his broadcasting career as an anchor on SPORTSCENTRE (then called SportsDesk), and went on to host more than 5,000 episodes.

    Landsberg speaks publicly about his personal battle with depression and considers his ability to help reduce the stigma of mental illness as his most important professional calling.  His documentary, “Darkness and Hope: Depression, Sports and Me,” earned a Canadian Screen Award nomination in 2013. 

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    Brian Williams, O.C.

    Named to the Order of Canada in December 2011 for both his distinguished broadcasting career of more than 40 years and his extensive volunteer work across the country, Brian Williams has received numerous accolades, including eight Gemini Awards, two Foster Hewitt Awards, and one Canadian Screen Award.

    Considered the dean of Olympic sports broadcasting in Canada, Williams reported on his first Olympic Games at Montreal in 1976 and has covered a total of 14 Olympic Games in his career.

    Williams also contributes regular features to the CFL ON TSN, hosts TSN’s coverage of the Canadian Triple Crown of horse racing, and also hosts CTV and TSN’s figure skating coverage.

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