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    Jack Armstrong

    Jack “The Coach” Armstrong is TSN’s Basketball Insider, keeping fans in the loop on everything happening around the NBA and college hoops. He also joins Toronto Raptors play-by-play announcer Matt Devlin as a game analyst for all Raptors broadcasts on TSN.

    Throughout the NBA season, Armstrong is featured in regular segments on SPORTSCENTRE, and writes a weekly NBA blog for TSN.ca. He is also part of TSN’s in-studio panel throughout the network’s NCAA® MARCH MADNESS® coverage.

    Armstrong’s vast knowledge and passion is well-known and respected throughout the basketball world.  Armstrong has spent his entire broadcast career focusing on the Toronto Raptors.

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    Kate Beirness

    Kate Beirness anchors SPORTSCENTRE, bringing viewers all the day’s highlights from the world of sports.

    Beirness also hosts TSN’s NCAA March Madness coverage, NBA and Toronto Raptors broadcasts and CFL Thursday Night Football.

    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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    Tessa Bonhomme

    Olympic gold medalist Tessa Bonhomme is a reporter and anchor for SPORTSCENTRE, Canada’s most-watched sports news and information show. 

    Bonhomme, who made her TSN debut in 2014 as a panelist for hockey broadcasts during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games and a host for the network’s French Open Primetime, also host international hockey and regional Montreal Canadiens broadcasts. 

    Her broadcasting resume includes time with Leafs TV and GolTV Canada. 

    A defenceman for the National Women’s Hockey Team beginning in 2004, Bonhomme helped Canada win a third straight gold medal at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. She also won gold in the IIHF World Women’s Championship in both 2007 and 2012 and silver in 2009, 2011, and 2013.

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    Craig Button

    As a former NHL executive and scout, TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button draws on his intimate knowledge of the game and its players to deliver insight on the NHL’s top prospects.

    Button is also a key analyst on THAT’S HOCKEY and TSN's regional NHL broadcasts.

    His respected CRAIG’S LIST delivers a regular ranking of the top players eligible for the upcoming NHL Draft.

    Button started his NHL career in 1988 as a scout with the Minnesota North Stars. He stayed with the team during its move to Dallas and served as the Director of Player Personnel during the Stars’ Stanley Cup championship season in 1999.

    The Calgary resident was GM of the Calgary Flames from 2000-2003 and was also a pro scout with the Toronto Maple Leafs. 

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    Steven Caldwell

    Former professional soccer player Steven Caldwell provides valuable insight to TSN Soccer broadcasts as an in-game and studio analyst.

    The Stirling, Scotland native has appeared on TSN soccer broadcasts since 2015, regularly contributing to MLS on TSN with Kristian Jack and Luke Wileman, as well as on TSN’s coverage of the English Premier League, UEFA Champions League, and FIFA World Cup. Caldwell is also set to appear alongside Luke Wileman and Kristian Jack during TSN’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

    Caldwell had a professional career for 15 years, playing with the top two leagues in English football. He began his career with Newcastle United F.C. during the 1998-99 season, and went on to play with Blackpool FC, Bradford City A.F.C., Leeds United, Sunderland A.F.C., Burnley F.C., Wigan Athletic F.C., and Birmingham City. In early 2013, Caldwell crossed the Atlantic to join Major League Soccer as a member of the Toronto Football Club. He was named captain for TFC on July 13, 2013 and wore the armband in 40 matches for the Club, remaining captain until the conclusion of the 2014 season.

    Upon his retirement in 2015 from a 17-season professional career, Caldwell transitioned to TFC’s parent company, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment. He served as Director of Corporate Development there until December 2017.

    Caldwell earned 12 caps for the Scottish National Team during his career, following his debut on April 25, 2001 during a 1-1 draw away to Poland. He last represented Scotland on February 9, 2011 during the 2011 Nations Cup.

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    Sarah Davis

    Sarah Davis is an anchor for SportsCentre, Canada’s most-watched sports news and information show.

    Prior to joining TSN in 2018, Davis worked for NESN, covering on a variety of sports and events including extensive coverage of the Boston Bruins, NHL All-Star Weekend, the NHL Draft and NHL Awards.

    She also worked as an on-air host for soccer and UFC programs in Canada, as well as hosting and video reporting duties for Leafs TV, NBA TV and the Toronto Rock.

    At TSN, Davis has also covered the Rugby World Championship.

    Davis graduated with an Honours BA in Kinesiology at Western University, as well as Print and Broadcast Journalism at UCLA Extension.

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    Matt Devlin

    Matt Devlin is the trusted play-by-play voice of TSN’s Toronto Raptors broadcasts.

    Alongside analyst Jack Armstrong, Devlin is live at courtside calling the action for every Raptors game on TSN.

    A seasoned basketball broadcaster, Devlin joined the Raptors as the team’s play-by-play TV announcer in 2008, having previously served as play-by-play commentator for the Charlotte Bobcats and Memphis Grizzlies.

    He has also called MLB, NFL, and Olympic broadcasts, among many others. 

    Devlin won the 2020 Canadian Screen Award for Best Sports Play-by-Play Announcer and was named Sports Media Canada's Broadcaster of the Year in 2019.

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    Laura Diakun

    Laura Diakun is an anchor for SPORTSCENTRE and a host and reporter for TSN’s live coverage of championship events from around the world.

    A versatile sports journalist, Diakun made her TSN debut in 2014 and has since hosted and reported on a multitude of live events for Canada’s Sports Leader, including the World Juniors, Rio 2016 Olympic Games, PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, IIHF Men’s and Women’s World Hockey Championships, the Toronto Raptors, the Queen’s Plate, and many more.

    Prior to joining TSN, Diakun also hosted the sports segment on Global News Toronto and served as a studio host for CBC Sports’ coverage of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.

    Diakun got her start in the sports industry while pursuing a law degree at the University of Toronto. A passionate sports fan, she sought an internship position with The Score, which quickly led to an assignment editor position followed by a role as an on-air host for numerous sports including CIS football, hockey, and horse racing.

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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 1,000,000 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 provides advice and inspiration to fellow rink builders every winter.

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    Matt Dunigan

    Legendary quarterback Matt Dunigan teams up with the CFL ON TSN panel for pre-game, halftime, and post-game shows. 

    A 14-year CFL standout, Dunigan joined TSN in 1999 as one of the CFL's most accomplished and celebrated players. In 2006, Dunigan received the League’s highest honour with his induction into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and was also named one of the TSN Top 50 CFL Players of the modern era.

    Dunigan played with six CFL teams throughout his professional career: Edmonton Eskimos (1983-1987), B.C. Lions (1988), Toronto Argonauts (1989-1991), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1992-1994), Birmingham Barracudas (1995), and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1996).

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    Darren Dutchyshen

    Darren Dutchyshen co-hosts the evening edition of SPORTSCENTRE alongside Jennifer Hedger, 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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    James Duthie

    James Duthie is the host of TSN’s extensive and award-winning hockey coverage. He also contributes to a multitude of marquee sporting events on the network, including the CFL playoffs and Grey Cup, The Masters, and the Super Bowl. Duthie’s entertaining and sharp-witted style continues to make him a fan favourite across Canada.

    Duthie is a five-time Canadian Screen Award winner, receiving the award for Best Sports Host in a Sports Program or Series three years in a row from 2018-2020, as well as sharing the same award with SPORTSCENTRE anchor Rod Smith in 2014, and winning Best Sports Feature Segment for his work on “The Butterfly Child” in 2016. Duthie is also a three-time Gemini Award winner, receiving recognition for his work on TSN’s coverage of the 2011 NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft, TRADECENTRE ’09, and his work on Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium’s coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Duthie also won the 2009 Excellence in Sports Broadcasting award from Sports Media Canada for his work as host of TSN’s extensive NHL coverage. Duthie was also honoured with the key to the city of his hometown, Ottawa.

    In addition to Vancouver 2010, Duthie has covered multiple Olympic Games in his broadcasting career, including London 2012, Turin 2006, and Sydney 2000.

    Duthie utilizes his wit and storytelling skills as the host of the tongue-in-cheek podcast, THE RUBBER BOOTS PODCAST. The podcast features Duthie, fellow TSN staffers, and special guests each episode chatting about sports and anything else that crosses their mind.

    Duthie’s humour and intelligence are evident off the air as well. He has released four books: They Call Me Killer (2010), a collection of stories from legendary junior hockey coach Brian Kilrea, essay collection The Day I (Almost) Killed Two Gretzkys (2010), The Guy on the Left (2015), which tells the story of Duthie’s career in broadcasting, and Beauties: Hockey’s Greatest Untold Stories (2020).

    Prior to joining TSN, the Ottawa native worked at VTV in Vancouver as both a news and sports reporter. Duthie also spent three years at CJOH-TV in Ottawa as a sports anchor. 

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    Michael Farber

    Michael Farber is a respected award-winning journalist who has covered the world of sports for more than four decades.  

    He also hosts various TSN Original features; some of his recent work includes Neutral Zone, Playing to Lose and Swing Away. 

    Farber is a senior writer covering hockey for Sports Illustrated and has been with the magazine since 1994. Prior to joining Sports Illustrated, Farber spent 15 years as a reporter and columnist at the Montreal Gazette, where he won National Newspaper awards for sports writing in 1982 and 1990.

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    Duane Forde

    A 12-year CFL veteran, Duane Forde joined the CFL ON TSN team in 2008 as a game analyst.

    Forde is TSN's resident CFL draft expert. Each season, the former first round pick breaks down player rankings by position and explores every team’s needs. A former CIS standout, Forde tracks top homegrown talent looking to break into the league. He also contributes regularly to SPORTSCENTRE and writes a weekly column for TSN.ca.

    Forde made five Grey Cup appearances, winning twice with Calgary (1992 and 1998). He was the Stampeders’ team captain for four seasons and played an impressive 150 consecutive regular season and playoff games from 1993-2000.

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    Jermain Franklin

    Jermain Franklin is an anchor for SPORTSCENTRE, Canada’s #1 sports news and information program. 

    Franklin joined TSN in September 2003 and covered the Calgary Flames and Stampeders, as well as other sports stories from around the Calgary area.

    Prior to joining TSN, Franklin spent three years reporting for The FAN 590 in Toronto, covering the Toronto Maple Leafs, Blue Jays, Raptors, and Argonauts.

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    Kayla Grey

    Kayla Grey is a host and reporter for TSN. She is host and co-executive producer of THE SHIFT WITH KAYLA GREY POWERED BY DELL XPS, and appears regularly as a host of SPORTSCENTRE and as a reporter on TSN’s live coverage of the Toronto Raptors.

    She is also a frequent guest co-host on CTV’s THE SOCIAL and contributes regular sports updates to CTV’s YOUR MORNING.

    Grey reported on the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA championship run for TSN in 2019, and also joined CTV’s fan-favourite series THE AMAZING RACE CANADA as an official race correspondent for THE AMAZING RACE CANADA: RIDE ALONG.

    In 2019, Grey was awarded the By Blacks magazine People’s Choice Award in the TV Personality category. Grey was also honoured on Chatelaine’s 2020 Women of the Year list, named one of Refinery29’s PowerHouse Women of 2020, and Woman of the year in Post City Magazine. She has also been recognized by Women of Influence as one of the Top 25 Women of Influence in Canada for 2021.

    A graduate of Toronto’s College of Sports Media, Grey began her broadcasting career as an analyst for the Canadian Women’s Hockey League and various university varsity sports. She then moved to Winnipeg as a Digital Broadcast Journalist for Global News, and to Prince Rupert, BC to become a senior reporter for CFTK-TV news.

    The Toronto native joined TSN in 2015 as an on-air update anchor for TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto.

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    Lindsay Hamilton

    Lindsay Hamilton joined TSN in September 2016 and is an anchor for SportsCentre.

    Hamilton started working in broadcasting at a young age, becoming the first host of the Family Channel in 2008. For more than five years she interviewed entertainment icons, athletes, and musicians across North America, including Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, and One Direction.

    While pursuing a double major in communications and film at McMaster University, she created, produced, and hosted various MacTV segments – a digital television outlet covering both sports and local entertainment. During her time at McMaster, Hamilton also created, produced, and hosted a sports radio program at CFMU.

    In 2012, Hamilton hosted events during the 100th Grey Cup Anniversary Week, and by 2014 she joined Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment as a host for Toronto Marlies, IIHF World Juniors, and Toronto Maple Leafs games and team events. The year following, Hamilton hosted the 2015 Pan Am Games torch relay across Ontario and the artistic gymnastics during the Games in Toronto.  

    Hamilton joined CBC Radio as a sports reporter in March of 2016. During the Rio 2016 Olympics she was part of the CBC News Network team delivering national sports updates each morning of the Games.

    Hamilton competed in a variety of sports while growing up in Mississauga, Ontario, including playing varsity lacrosse at McMaster University and competing on Team Ontario. Today, Hamilton keeps busy with squash, tennis, water-skiing, and running.

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    Claire Hanna

    Claire Hanna is the Ottawa Bureau reporter for SPORTSCENTRE, Canada’s #1 sports news and information program. Delivering frequent game previews and breaking news stories, Hanna covers all angles of the sports scene in our nation’s capital, with a particular focus on the Ottawa Senators and Redblacks. She’s also a regular contributor to TSN Radio 1200 in Ottawa.

    Hanna joins TSN from CTV Regina and has contributed to CFL ON TSN broadcasts since 2018 as a sideline reporter for Saskatchewan Roughriders games. She was the play-by-play commentator for beach volleyball at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and part of TSN’s coverage of the 2020 IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championship in Latvia.

    In 2014, Hanna landed her first full time job in broadcasting as a sports anchor and reporter in Lloydminster, Alta for Newcap Television. She has since held multiple roles including an on-location host as well as producer.

    Having played varsity volleyball at her alma mater, University of British Columbia, Hanna was a three-time National Champion and went on to have a career with the Canadian Women's National Volleyball team from 2009-2013. She competed in tournaments such as the 2010 Pan Am Cup, the 2010 Norceca Championships, and the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara.

    Vancouver born and Calgary raised, Hanna majored in Political Science and International Relations at the University of British Columbia, and then went on to earn her Masters of Management in Business in 2010. She speaks English and French.

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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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    Paul Hollingsworth

    Paul Hollingsworth is the Atlantic Canada Bureau Reporter for SPORTSCENTRE, Canada’s #1 sports news and information program.

    Born and raised in Halifax, Hollingsworth joined TSN in November 2001. Along with covering the sports scene in Atlantic Canada, Hollingsworth has reported from some of the biggest sporting events in North America and around the world. Highlights of his career include reporting from the World Series, World Baseball Classic, Super Bowl, 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany, Stanley Cup Playoffs, Tim Hortons Brier, and IIHF World Junior Championship.

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