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    Blake Price

    Blake Price is an anchor and reporter on SPORTSCENTRE, Canada’s most-watched sports news and information show.

    Price also co-hosts the Midday Show alongside Matt Sekeres on TSN Radio 1040 in Vancouver, and provides live game day coverage of the Vancouver Canucks. .

    Price initially launched his career with TSN in 2001 as the co-host of the 2 a.m. ET edition of SPORTSCENTRE, moving into the 10 p.m. ET slot the following year alongside Darren Dutchyshen.

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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 with more than 1 million followers and consistently ranks as one of Sports Illustrated’s Twitter Top 100.

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    Bob Weeks

    Bob Weeks is a senior reporter and TSN’s golf analyst. He has covered the sport for more than 30 years regularly reporting from top tournaments including golf’s four major championships.

    He is also the co-host of Golf Talk Canada on TV and radio, and writes regularly for TSN.ca.

    Weeks is a member of both the Canadian and Ontario golf halls of fame, and has received lifetime achievement honours from Golf Canada, the PGA of Canada and the Golf Journalists Association of Canada. 

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    Brent Wallace

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

    Wallace has also covered many of the world’s biggest sporting events since joining TSN in 1998, including the Grey Cup, IIHF World Junior Championship, Stanley Cup Final, World Cup of Hockey, NBA Finals, Indianapolis 500, Presidents Cup, and PGA Championship.

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    Brian Spanton

    A former player with Canada’s national senior men’s team, Brian Spanton is TSN’s Rugby Analyst.

    Spanton has been a part of TSN’s rugby broadcast team since 1991, covering every Rugby World Cup televised on the network. He also covers international tournaments and friendlies including the 2014 Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens and the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup.

    Spanton also contributes to ESPN’s international rugby coverage and can be heard on TSN Radio as the Rugby Insider for the "International Sports Report."

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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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    Bruce Arthur

    Named Canada’s best sports writer in 2012 by Sports Media Canada, the Toronto Star’s Bruce Arthur is one of Canada’s most respected sports columnists.

    Offering his insights to SportsCentre, Arthur also contributes regularly to TSN Radio stations.

    A regular guest on OFF THE RECORD, Arthur is also a part of TSN’s flagship productions including TRADECENTRE and FREE AGENT FRENZY. He’s also a popular – and prolific – tweeter, tweeting to over 130,000 followers. 

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    Bryan Mudryk

    A versatile sports broadcaster, Bryan Mudryk is both a frequent host of SPORTSCENTRE and a play-by-play announcer as part of TSN’s industry-leading curling broadcast team. 

    He also provided rinkside reports for men’s and women’s curling at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

     After winning two battles with cancer, Mudryk was determined to establish a charity to raise funds for the Cross Cancer Institute and the Alberta Cancer Foundation.  Since it began in 2003, the annual Bryan Mudryk Golf Classic has raised more than $1 million for cancer treatment, equipment, and research.

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    Cabral "Cabbie" Richards

    Cabral "Cabbie" Richards is the host of Cabbie Presents, a weekly segment airing Fridays on SPORTSCENTRE, as well as the popular Cabbie Presents The Podcast.

    Known for his unique interview style, the weekly segment features Cabbie poking fun at sports headlines and high-profile athletes.

    Throughout his 10-year sports broadcasting career, Cabbie has interviewed a slate of big-name athletes including Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Aaron Rodgers, Alexander Ovechkin, Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Shaun White, and Tony Hawk.

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    Chris Cuthbert

    A sports broadcasting veteran of more than 20 years, Chris Cuthbert joined TSN in June 2005 as play-by-play announcer for CFL ON TSN and the network’s hockey coverage. 

    Cuthbert has been the voice of some of the biggest moments in sports, calling the action for 16 Grey Cups as well as the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

    In 2006, Cuthbert and analyst Glen Suitor won a Gemini Award for Best Sports Play-By-Play or Analyst for their work on TSN’s CFL broadcasts. Cuthbert also won a Gemini Award in 1998 as Best Sports Broadcaster, and in 2004 was recognized by Sports Media Canada as Sportscaster of the Year.

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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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    Cory Woron

    Cory Woron hosts the weekend edition of SPORTSCENTRE, bringing viewers the most up-to-date news from the world of sports, with highlights and comprehensive game reports.

    Woron’s experience and delivery have made him a viewer favourite.

    Since joining TSN in 2000, Woron has covered The Masters, contributed reports to TSN’s industry-leading NHL TRADECENTRE coverage, and co-hosted SPORTSCENTRE from the International Broadcast Centre during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

    Previously a sports anchor for Global TV in Winnipeg, Woron is a graduate of the University of Calgary. 

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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 THAT’S HOCKEY 2NITE.

    His respected CRAIG’S LIST delivers a monthly 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 also served as GM of the Calgary Flames from 2000-2003. 

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    Dan O'Toole

    Dan O’Toole co-hosts SC WITH JAY AND DAN PRESENTED BY TIM HORTONS alongside Jay Onrait, airing live weekdays at 12 p.m. midnight ET on TSN with encore broadcasts the following morning.

    Originally from Peterborough, Ont., O’Toole’s broadcasting career began at Algonquin College where he did play-by-play for the Ottawa 67s. Following his graduation, O’Toole moved to Vancouver in 1997 where he reported on traffic from a four-seater plane for CJJR-FM and CFUN-AM.

    The following year, O’Toole relocated to Fort McMurray, Alta. where he worked as sports director for CJOK-FM and CKYX-FM, and also called play-by-play for the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the AJHL. Then in 2000, O’Toole began working at CTV Edmonton as the Fort McMurray news reporter in the evenings, while continuing to work as the radio sports director in the morning.

    Prior to joining TSN in 2002, O’Toole was part of Citytv’s launch in Vancouver, where he worked as an anchor and reporter. Beginning in 2003, O’Toole was paired with Onrait at the SPORTSCENTRE anchor desk. Over the duo’s decade-long run (2003-2013), the pair became known for their humorous take on sports news and highlights, and their SPORTSCENTRE broadcasts evolved into a pop culture phenomenon in Canada with a dedicated and passionate fan base. 

    A veteran sports broadcaster, O’Toole hosted SPORTSCENTRE with Onrait live from Trafalgar Square during the London 2012 Olympic Games, and hosted alongside Cory Woron from the International Broadcast Centre for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

    Prior to re-joining TSN in 2017, O’Toole and Onrait co-hosted Fox Sports Live on FS1 (Fox Sports 1) in the United States.

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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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    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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    Dave Naylor

    Veteran sports journalist Dave Naylor is TSN’s Football Insider, delivering news and in-depth analysis on the CFL and NFL across all TSN platforms.

    During the CFL and NFL seasons, Naylor delivers news and in-depth analysis on issues concerning both leagues.

    Naylor has received critical acclaim for his special feature reporting for TSN.

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    Derek Taylor

    Derek Taylor is an anchor and reporter for SPORTSCENTRE, Canada’s most-watched sports news and information show.

    With a passion for maintaining his own CFL stats, Taylor also hosts the popular weekly CFL segment, DETAILS WITH DEREK TAYLOR, available on SPORTSCENTRE and on TSN.ca.

    Born in Okotoks, Alta., Taylor studied journalism at Ryerson University before beginning his career as an Editorial Assistant in the TSN newsroom.

    Prior to joining TSN, Taylor was co-host of Global’s Morning News in Winnipeg and was the play-by-play announcer for the Manitoba Bisons. Previous to that, Taylor anchored the Fox Soccer Report on Fox Sports World Canada and Fox Soccer Channel for five years.

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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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    Farhan Lalji

    Farhan Lalji is the Vancouver Bureau Reporter for SPORTSCENTRE, Canada’s #1 sports news and information program.

    Lalji, who joined TSN in 1997, covers the Canucks, Lions, and Whitecaps FC, as well as other sports stories from around the Vancouver area.

    Along with covering the Vancouver sports scene, Lalji has reported from many of the biggest sporting events in North America, including the Stanley Cup Final, NBA Finals, Grey Cup, MLB and NBA All-Star Games, golf’s U.S. Open and PGA Championship, and the 2004, 2006, and 2010 Olympic Games.

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