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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.

    Follow on Twitter

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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.

    Follow on Twitter 

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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.

    Follow on Twitter

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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.

    Follow on Twitter

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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.

    Follow on Twitter

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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.

    Follow on Twitter

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    Kate Beirness

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

    Beirness has also 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.

    Follow on Twitter

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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 hosts LANDSBERG IN THE MORNING on TSN 1050 in Toronto.

    Michael has been with TSN since the network’s inception in 1984. Landsberg hosted TSN’s OFF THE RECORD since its debut in September 1997. The highly acclaimed 30-minute daily sports debate program was 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.

    Follow on Twitter 

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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. 

    Follow on Twitter

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    Gord Miller

    The voice of some of hockey’s biggest moments in recent history, Gord Miller brings more than 20 years of experience to his work as play-by-play announcer for TSN’s hockey coverage, including the IIHF World Junior Championships.

    Miller is also a key play-by-play commentator for CFL ON TSN.

    In 2013, Miller was inducted to the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Hall of Fame as the recipient of the Paul Loicq Award for his commitment and dedication to the IIHF World Juniors and years of broadcasting excellence with TSN.

    The Alberta native is also a five-time Gemini Award nominee for his work on the World Juniors. 

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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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    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.

    Follow on Twitter

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    Gino Reda

    Gino Reda has been a mainstay on TSN for over 25 years. He hosts 7-ELEVEN THAT’S HOCKEY, Canada’s #1 daily hockey magazine show on all the latest hockey news.

    Reda joined TSN in 1988 as a reporter and was quickly promoted to host of SPORTSCENTRE (then called SportsDesk). He anchored more than 3,000 shows over 12 years before taking over the reins of 7-ELEVEN THAT’S HOCKEY in 2002.

    During his tenure, he has hosted numerous sporting events, including the World Juniors, FIFA World Cup, and Olympic Games. 

    Reda devotes much of his time to giving back. He has been a strong supporter of World Vision Canada and Special Olympics Canada for more than 15 years.

    Follow on Twitter

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    Pierre LeBrun

    With nearly two decades of broadcasting experience, TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun continues to be one of the most trusted and influential hockey writers in North America.

    LeBrun brings his authoritative voice on the world of hockey to TSN’s team of Hockey Insiders, breaking news and delivering in-depth analysis and commentary across the network’s slate of hockey programming and specials.

    LeBrun worked for nine years as a hockey columnist for ESPN.com and also spent 13 years as a national hockey reporter for the Canadian Press. He’s also appeared as a regular panelist on Hockey Night in Canada.

    Follow on Twitter

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    Glenn Schiiler

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

    Schiiler brings more than a decade of broadcasting experience to TSN. Most recently, he spent two years as an anchor for NHL Network, where he brought viewers the latest highlights and analysis from around the league on NHL On The Fly and NHL Tonight.

    Schiiler  previously worked for Thunder Bay Television (2001-2003) before moving on to A-Channel Ottawa (2003-2005) and The Score (2005-2012) in various roles including videographer, reporter and anchor.

    Schiiler graduated with a diploma in TV Broadcasting from Confederation College in Thunder Bay, Ont., where he was born and raised.

    Follow on Twitter

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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.

    Follow on Twitter

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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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    Rod Black

    Rod Black’s knowledge, versatility, and enthusiasm have earned him a reputation as one of Canada’s most recognizable and distinguished sportscasters.

    In his 30 years as a sports journalist, Black has been involved with a variety of different events and competitions, fitting into each role with ease.

    As the voice of figure skating in Canada, Black also covers all the drama and excitement of the sport as commentator for CTV and TSN’s figure skating coverage.

    Black’s extensive sports resume includes play-by-play announcing for the CFL ON TSN, as well as hosting duties for TSN’s golf, NBA, and international hockey coverage.

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    Vic Rauter

    Vic Rauter brings decades of experience to every broadcast, having covered a variety of news and events for TSN since he joined the network in 1985.

    Known as “the voice of curling” in Canada, Rauter has anchored TSN’s curling coverage for more than 25 years. Rauter provides play-by-play commentary for TSN’s highly acclaimed coverage of Season of Champions curling, including events such as the Brier, Tournament of Hearts, and the World Curling Championships. 

    Rauter also handled curling play-by-play duties for Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

    Follow on Twitter 

  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter 

  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    Kate Beirness

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

    Beirness has also 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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    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.

  • TV

    Michael Landsberg

    One of the best-known personalities in Canadian broadcasting, Michael Landsberg hosts LANDSBERG IN THE MORNING on TSN 1050 in Toronto.

    Michael has been with TSN since the network’s inception in 1984. Landsberg hosted TSN’s OFF THE RECORD since its debut in September 1997. The highly acclaimed 30-minute daily sports debate program was 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.

    Follow on Twitter 

  • TV

    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. 

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    Gord Miller

    The voice of some of hockey’s biggest moments in recent history, Gord Miller brings more than 20 years of experience to his work as play-by-play announcer for TSN’s hockey coverage, including the IIHF World Junior Championships.

    Miller is also a key play-by-play commentator for CFL ON TSN.

    In 2013, Miller was inducted to the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Hall of Fame as the recipient of the Paul Loicq Award for his commitment and dedication to the IIHF World Juniors and years of broadcasting excellence with TSN.

    The Alberta native is also a five-time Gemini Award nominee for his work on the World Juniors. 

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter 

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  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    Gino Reda

    Gino Reda has been a mainstay on TSN for over 25 years. He hosts 7-ELEVEN THAT’S HOCKEY, Canada’s #1 daily hockey magazine show on all the latest hockey news.

    Reda joined TSN in 1988 as a reporter and was quickly promoted to host of SPORTSCENTRE (then called SportsDesk). He anchored more than 3,000 shows over 12 years before taking over the reins of 7-ELEVEN THAT’S HOCKEY in 2002.

    During his tenure, he has hosted numerous sporting events, including the World Juniors, FIFA World Cup, and Olympic Games. 

    Reda devotes much of his time to giving back. He has been a strong supporter of World Vision Canada and Special Olympics Canada for more than 15 years.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    Pierre LeBrun

    With nearly two decades of broadcasting experience, TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun continues to be one of the most trusted and influential hockey writers in North America.

    LeBrun brings his authoritative voice on the world of hockey to TSN’s team of Hockey Insiders, breaking news and delivering in-depth analysis and commentary across the network’s slate of hockey programming and specials.

    LeBrun worked for nine years as a hockey columnist for ESPN.com and also spent 13 years as a national hockey reporter for the Canadian Press. He’s also appeared as a regular panelist on Hockey Night in Canada.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    Glenn Schiiler

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

    Schiiler brings more than a decade of broadcasting experience to TSN. Most recently, he spent two years as an anchor for NHL Network, where he brought viewers the latest highlights and analysis from around the league on NHL On The Fly and NHL Tonight.

    Schiiler  previously worked for Thunder Bay Television (2001-2003) before moving on to A-Channel Ottawa (2003-2005) and The Score (2005-2012) in various roles including videographer, reporter and anchor.

    Schiiler graduated with a diploma in TV Broadcasting from Confederation College in Thunder Bay, Ont., where he was born and raised.

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  • TV

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • TV

    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.

  • TV

    Rod Black

    Rod Black’s knowledge, versatility, and enthusiasm have earned him a reputation as one of Canada’s most recognizable and distinguished sportscasters.

    In his 30 years as a sports journalist, Black has been involved with a variety of different events and competitions, fitting into each role with ease.

    As the voice of figure skating in Canada, Black also covers all the drama and excitement of the sport as commentator for CTV and TSN’s figure skating coverage.

    Black’s extensive sports resume includes play-by-play announcing for the CFL ON TSN, as well as hosting duties for TSN’s golf, NBA, and international hockey coverage.

  • TV

    Vic Rauter

    Vic Rauter brings decades of experience to every broadcast, having covered a variety of news and events for TSN since he joined the network in 1985.

    Known as “the voice of curling” in Canada, Rauter has anchored TSN’s curling coverage for more than 25 years. Rauter provides play-by-play commentary for TSN’s highly acclaimed coverage of Season of Champions curling, including events such as the Brier, Tournament of Hearts, and the World Curling Championships. 

    Rauter also handled curling play-by-play duties for Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

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  • COLUMNISTS

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • COLUMNISTS

    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.

    Follow on Twitter 

  • COLUMNISTS

    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.

    Follow on Twitter

  • COLUMNISTS

    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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    Scott Cullen

    Scott Cullen is TSN’s resident Fantasy Sports expert. He is a columnist for TSN.ca, providing Power Rankings, Player Rankings, Blogs and Analysis covering the NHL, NFL, MLB, and NBA.

    Part of TSN's Hockey Analytics Team, his Statistically Speaking columns focus on advanced stats to catch trends and break down the biggest trades and signings in sports.

    Cullen started writing for TSN.ca in 2001 and has hosted the Fantasy Hockey Update on TSN.ca since 2007. Prior to joining TSN, Cullen worked at Fantasy Sports Services, where he contributed to the Hockey Forecaster magazine.

    Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Cullen was an Economics major at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario and played three seasons for the Golden Hawks hockey team.

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    Rick Westhead

    As the network’s Senior Correspondent, award-winning investigative journalist Rick Westhead breaks news and creates original content for TSN properties.

    In writing for TSN.ca and reporting on SPORTSCENTRE, Westhead takes on controversial issues in sports and sports business, uncovering the latest details and offering his own unique perspective.  

    Prior to joining TSN, Westhead served as a foreign affairs writer for the Toronto Star, where he also covered sports business.

    Throughout his 20-year career, Westhead has reported on a variety of sports issues – including exposing the inner-workings of the KHL and the renewed unionization attempts in the CHL.

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    Travis Yost

    Travis Yost joined TSN in 2014 as a hockey analytics writer contributing columns to TSN.ca and providing in-depth analysis on TSN Radio. Yost is a key part of the TSN Hockey Analytics team, the network’s go-to resource for compelling stat-based hockey analysis.

    Using advanced stats such as Corsi, Fenwick, zone starts, and many more, Yost crunches the latest numbers from the NHL’s on-ice action to provide a unique perspective on the game.  

    Before joining the TSN Hockey Analytics team, Yost was a regular contributor to the Ottawa Citizen, The Sporting News, NHLNumbers.com and HockeyBuzz.com, earning him a reputation as one of game’s leading minds in advanced stats.

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    Ian Mendes

    Ian Mendes co-hosts The Drive on TSN Radio 1200 in Ottawa alongside Shawn Simpson.

    He also covers the Ottawa Senators for TSN.ca, drawing on his 12 years of covering the team, in addition to a stint in their front office, to offer a comprehensive look at the latest issues surrounding the Sens. 

    Mendes’ resume includes serving as lead host for Ottawa Senators broadcasts for seven seasons.  

    He has also covered a number of major sporting events in his career, including multiple Stanley Cup Finals, World Series and Olympic Games. 

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    Scott MacArthur

    From recapping every game to breaking the latest news from the clubhouse and the front office, Scott MacArthur covers all the bases as TSN’s Blue Jays reporter.

    Following the boys of summer closer than anyone, MacArthur discusses the latest Jays news across TSN Radio stations. He also writes the BASEBALL REPORT column for TSN.ca, giving baseball fans his insight and analysis all season long.

    MacArthur has called TSN home since TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto launched in 2011. He first worked alongside Jim Tatti as co-host of GAME NIGHT before stepping into his current role as Blue Jays reporter in 2013.

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    Kristian Jack

    From the studio, to the broadcast booth, to the sidelines, TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack is widely considered to be one of Canada’s top young soccer broadcasters. Jack brings more than 20 years of covering the beautiful game to TSN, joining Luke Wileman and Steven Caldwell on the MLS ON TSN team as they cover the Montreal Impact, Toronto FC, and Vancouver Whitecaps, as well as the top stories from around the league.

    Working for TSN since 2013, he is known by soccer fans in Canada as a voice they can trust when it comes to reporting on the beautiful game domestically and internationally. Jack has been an analyst for the past five Premier League seasons, the 2014 FIFA Men’s World Cup in Brazil™, the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada™, the 2016 UEFA European Championships in France, the 2017 Gold Cup in the United States of America. Jack has also covered multiple MLS Cups and the 2018 CONCACAF Champions League final in Mexico for all of TSN’s platforms, including TSN.ca. Jack is also set to appear alongside Wileman and Caldwell during TSN’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

    Since immigrating to Canada, Jack has provided soccer fans with news from around the world’s leagues working in sports television for over 15 years.

    Spending a decade at The Score, he co-hosted The Footy Show and was a regular analyst on their Premier League and Serie A coverage. In addition, he also worked on the three European Championship tournaments as well as the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2011 Copa America.

    As a football journalist, Jack’s career covering the game began at the 1996 European Championships, in addition to four years writing for newspapers covering many football clubs in the hotbed of North West of England. The Birmingham, England native made his home in Preston where he graduated from journalism school at the University of Central Lancashire.

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    Noel Butler

    Noel Butler is a soccer analyst on TSN Radio 690 in Montreal. He hosts the station’s live coverage of the Montreal Impact and Oranges at Halftime, the longest continually running radio soccer show in the country.

    Butler is also a regular contributor to TSN.ca where he breaks down the latest news in MLS, BPL and International soccer. 

    Butler previously created and hosted daily shows around key international soccer tournaments.

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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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    Josh Lewenberg

    Josh Lewenberg is the dedicated Toronto Raptors reporter for TSN.ca and TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto. Lewenberg provides in-depth analysis on the latest news surrounding the team in his column, Raptors Report.

    In 2013-14, he followed game-by-game action as the Raptors embarked on one of their most exciting seasons in franchise history. Lewenberg delivered daily reports across TSN properties as the Raptors won their second division title to earn a playoff berth for the first time in five years. Lewenberg is now in his fourth season covering the Raptors. 

    He began his TSN career in 2011, joining TSN 1050 shortly after its launch. 

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    Dave Naylor

    Veteran sports journalist Dave Naylor tackles the top sports stories of the day as the host of NAYLOR & LANDSBERG IN THE MORNING, weekdays from 5:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. ET on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto. 

    During the CFL and NFL seasons, Naylor delivers news and in-depth analysis on issues concerning both leagues as TSN’s Football Insider.

    In the off-season, Naylor shifts the focus of his investigative reporting to hockey and the NHL, and has received critical acclaim for his special feature reporting for TSN.

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    Dave Hodge

    One of Canada’s most respected sports journalists, Dave Hodge has been a recognizable personality on the Canadian sports landscape for more than four decades.  

    Every Monday afternoon, Hodge leads the no-holds-barred roundtable sports debate on the acclaimed TSN The Reporters with Dave Hodge, where he delves deep into the world of sports to tackle the week’s most pressing – and controversial – issues. 

    A Gemini Award winner, Hodge also provides commentary and analysis for TSN’s extensive hockey and CFL coverage.

    Hodge joined TSN in 1992 as host of TSN Inside Sports and its spinoff, That’s Hockey.

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    Jamie McLennan

    Former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan brings valuable insight to TSN as an analyst the network’s slate of hockey programming and specials.

    The Edmonton native is a regular contributor to TIM HORTONS THAT’S HOCKEY and THAT’S HOCKEY 2NITE. He also co-hosts TSN OVERDRIVE with Bryan Hayes and Jeff O’Neill on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto.

    McLennan played 11 seasons in the NHL. He was awarded the NHL’s Bill Masterton Trophy in 1998.

    In 2013, McLennan authored The Best Seat In the House, an account of his journey as a backup goaltender, offering a unique perspective on his career and the characters who made it memorable.

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    Gareth Wheeler

    Gareth Wheeler is a soccer expert for TSN properties and host on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto.

    Wheeler is the voice of TSN Radio’s national coverage of the Barclays Premier League, host and colour commentator of Toronto FC soccer, columnist on TSN.ca, and host of Late Night Game Night on TSN 1050.

    Prior to joining TSN, Wheeler hosted the Toronto-based sports talk show 'The Grill Room' for Quebecor Media, and was the first soccer columnist dedicated to Toronto FC for the Toronto Sun. He also covered the 2010 FIFA World Cup on site in South Africa.

    Wheeler is waging a successful fight against malignant melanoma, actively telling his inspirational message as a motivational speaker including TED Talks, and is a board member of melanoma charities.

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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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    Steve Phillips

    Drawing from his long career as a baseball executive, TSN Baseball Insider Steve Phillips delivers valuable insight and in-depth analysis of the MLB across TSN properties, including SPORTSCENTRE.

    In his dedicate baseball column on TSN.ca, Phillips addresses the hottest topics of the week, breaking down everything from player performances and division races to trades and injuries. 

    Phillips brings a decade of front office experience to his analysis of MLB players and prospects. He directed the New York Mets’ minor league operations from 1991-1997, at which point he was promoted to General Manager, where he remained until 2003.

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    Gary Lawless

    Lawless joins TSN after a lenghty career covering hockey, baseball, and football before becoming the Winnipeg Free Press' lead sports columnist.  Along with acting as the co-host of Hustler and Lawless show on TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg, Lawless is also TSN's Senior CFL correspondent as well as Hockey Insider for TSN's regional coverage of the Winnipeg Jets.

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    Dave Naylor

    Veteran sports journalist Dave Naylor tackles the top sports stories of the day as the host of NAYLOR & LANDSBERG IN THE MORNING, weekdays from 5:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. ET on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto. 

    During the CFL and NFL seasons, Naylor delivers news and in-depth analysis on issues concerning both leagues as TSN’s Football Insider.

    In the off-season, Naylor shifts the focus of his investigative reporting to hockey and the NHL, and has received critical acclaim for his special feature reporting for TSN.

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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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    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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    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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    Gareth Wheeler

    Gareth Wheeler is a soccer expert for TSN properties and host on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto.

    Wheeler is the voice of TSN Radio’s national coverage of the Barclays Premier League, host and colour commentator of Toronto FC soccer, columnist on TSN.ca, and host of Late Night Game Night on TSN 1050.

    Prior to joining TSN, Wheeler hosted the Toronto-based sports talk show 'The Grill Room' for Quebecor Media, and was the first soccer columnist dedicated to Toronto FC for the Toronto Sun. He also covered the 2010 FIFA World Cup on site in South Africa.

    Wheeler is waging a successful fight against malignant melanoma, actively telling his inspirational message as a motivational speaker including TED Talks, and is a board member of melanoma charities.

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    Jeff O'Neill

    Never one to shy away from contact in the hockey world, Jeff O’Neill continues to bring the same hard-hitting approach to delivering his opinion as a TSN Hockey analyst and a co-host of TSN OVERDRIVE with Bryan Hayes and Jamie McLennan on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto.

    O’Neill cuts to the chase when breaking down key plays, adding valuable perspective gained over his 12-year NHL career.

    Also known as the “O-Dog”, the King City, Ont. native was the top OHL player selected in the 1994 NHL Draft at fifth overall. During his NHL career he played with the Hartford Whalers, Carolina Hurricanes, and Toronto Maple Leafs.

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    Josh Lewenberg

    Josh Lewenberg is the dedicated Toronto Raptors reporter for TSN.ca and TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto. Lewenberg provides in-depth analysis on the latest news surrounding the team in his column, Raptors Report.

    In 2013-14, he followed game-by-game action as the Raptors embarked on one of their most exciting seasons in franchise history. Lewenberg delivered daily reports across TSN properties as the Raptors won their second division title to earn a playoff berth for the first time in five years. Lewenberg is now in his fourth season covering the Raptors. 

    He began his TSN career in 2011, joining TSN 1050 shortly after its launch. 

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    Scott Ferguson

    Scott Ferguson brings more than 30 years of broadcasting experience and an intimate knowledge of the game as TSN’s baseball analyst, providing fans with trusted insight into the latest news around the baseball world.

    Among the most familiar voices in Toronto sports radio, Ferguson provides analysis on all things baseball on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto, where he’s worked since the station launched in 2011. He also writes a baseball column for TSN.ca

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    Kristian Jack

    From the studio, to the broadcast booth, to the sidelines, TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack is widely considered to be one of Canada’s top young soccer broadcasters. Jack brings more than 20 years of covering the beautiful game to TSN, joining Luke Wileman and Steven Caldwell on the MLS ON TSN team as they cover the Montreal Impact, Toronto FC, and Vancouver Whitecaps, as well as the top stories from around the league.

    Working for TSN since 2013, he is known by soccer fans in Canada as a voice they can trust when it comes to reporting on the beautiful game domestically and internationally. Jack has been an analyst for the past five Premier League seasons, the 2014 FIFA Men’s World Cup in Brazil™, the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada™, the 2016 UEFA European Championships in France, the 2017 Gold Cup in the United States of America. Jack has also covered multiple MLS Cups and the 2018 CONCACAF Champions League final in Mexico for all of TSN’s platforms, including TSN.ca. Jack is also set to appear alongside Wileman and Caldwell during TSN’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

    Since immigrating to Canada, Jack has provided soccer fans with news from around the world’s leagues working in sports television for over 15 years.

    Spending a decade at The Score, he co-hosted The Footy Show and was a regular analyst on their Premier League and Serie A coverage. In addition, he also worked on the three European Championship tournaments as well as the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2011 Copa America.

    As a football journalist, Jack’s career covering the game began at the 1996 European Championships, in addition to four years writing for newspapers covering many football clubs in the hotbed of North West of England. The Birmingham, England native made his home in Preston where he graduated from journalism school at the University of Central Lancashire.

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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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    Jay Onrait

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

    Born in Calgary and raised in Athabasca, Alta., Onrait first joined TSN in 1996 as an editorial assistant while still in school.  After graduating from Ryerson University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in Radio and Television Arts, Onrait went on to become the sports director at a television station in Saskatoon, before spending two years as the host of The Big Breakfast on /A\ Channel in Winnipeg.

    In 2001, Onrait joined NHL Network serving as host of the network’s flagship show NHL On The Fly, as well as Molson That’s Hockey 2. A year later, Onrait returned to TSN as a SPORTSCENTRE co-host and was then paired with O’Toole at the anchor desk beginning in 2003. 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.  

    Onrait served as co-host of Olympic Morning on CTV alongside Beverly Thomson for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, and hosted SPORTSCENTRE along with O’Toole live from Trafalgar Square during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

    In 2011 Onrait was rewarded for his outstanding contributions to the world of sports with a Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor, after receiving a nomination in the same category in 2010.

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

    A veteran sports broadcaster, Onrait is also a Canadian best-selling author of Anchorboy and Number Two.

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    Kristen Shilton

    Kristen Shilton covers the Toronto Maple Leafs throughout the year for TSN.ca and TSN Radio 1050 Toronto - the team’s official radio broadcaster. 

    She joins TSN from USA TODAY, where she worked as a digital sports producer and hockey writer. She also spent two years with the Chicago Wolves, the Vancouver Canucks’ American Hockey League affiliate, beginning as a Communications Assistant and then as the team’s Digital Media Coordinator.

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    Lowell Ullrich

    Lowell Ullrich is the Lions beat reporter for TSN 1040/1410, heard before and after every Lions game. He’s covered the team for The Province daily since 1999 and is a member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

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    Gary Lawless

    Lawless joins TSN after a lenghty career covering hockey, baseball, and football before becoming the Winnipeg Free Press' lead sports columnist.  Along with acting as the co-host of Hustler and Lawless show on TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg, Lawless is also TSN's Senior CFL correspondent as well as Hockey Insider for TSN's regional coverage of the Winnipeg Jets.

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    Marshall Ferguson

    Marshall Ferguson is the dedicated Hamilton Tiger-Cats reporter for TSN.ca and TSN Radio 1150 in Hamilton. Ferguson draws on his understanding of the game of football from his five year career as quarterback of the McMaster University Marauders to provide in-depth analysis and topical features on the latest news surrounding the Tiger-Cats.

    Marshall delivers daily updates throughout training camp and the regular season, while also providing up-to-the-minute insight as a sideline reporter for TSN 1150 Hamilton Tiger-Cats broadcasts.

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    Matt Sekeres

    Matt Sekeres began a new chapter in his broadcast career as co-host of the Sekeres & Price Midday Show on TSN 1040. Formerly The Globe and Mail’s national sports correspondent in Vancouver, Matt has plenty of experience covering the NHL’s Canucks, the CFL’s Lions, MLS’s Whitecaps, and the British Columbia sports scene.

    Born in Montreal and raised primarily in Ottawa, Matt has worked for three dailies and for TSN, covering Stanley Cup playoffs, Super Bowls, Olympic Games, Grey Cups and NBA Finals. He moved to Kitsilano, Canada’s best neighbourhood, in 2007, and enjoys travelling, music, entertaining and scuba diving in his spare time.

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    Jon Abbott

    Jon Abbott enters his first season providing radio play-by-play and broadcast coverage for the Vancouver Canucks; sharing the booth with John Shorthouse on TSN 1040 and across the Canucks Radio Network.

    The Seneca College graduate has prior professional experiences, including: acting as the voice of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Marlies, as well as covering the Ottawa Senators. Before hitting the professional ranks, Abbott plied his trade in the Ontario Hockey League with stops in London, Toronto and Ottawa. Beginning as a broadcaster at age 16, his play by play path has also led him to call games at the Calder Cup Championships, IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships, OHL Championships and the World Under-17 Hockey Championship.

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    Jeff Paterson

    With more than two decades of experience in sports radio, Jeff Paterson is the ultimate utility man capable of filling any role at TSN 1040. From hosting shows to reporting to updates to play-by-play, the North Vancouver native has done it all.

    His radio career began at CHNL in Kamloops, BC in 1993 and included five years as the play-by-play voice of the Western Hockey League's Kamloops Blazers. Jeff returned to Vancouver in 1999 and has been involved in daily coverage of the local sports scene ever since joining the Team 1040 (now TSN 1040) in the summer of 2006. With a passion for hockey, he is one of the leading providers of daily Vancouver Canucks coverage on TSN 1040 throughout the hockey season. He serves as the Canucks reporter for the station attending all practices and as an intermission and post-game analyst on every game broadcast -- home and away. He also offers insight on the hockey club through his columns on the TSN 1040 website. In addition, Jeff seamlessly slides into the host's chair on a regular basis on all of the TSN 1040 daily shows. As well, he can be heard as the host of BCHL This Week on TSN 1410. Career highlights include calling the 1995 Memorial Cup championship game, covering the 2010 Winter Olympics and following the Vancouver Canucks run to the 2011 Stanley Cup Final. He also has extensive experience covering the BC Lions and the PGA Tour. An avid golfer in the summer months, Jeff and his wife Shannon have two children Caitlin and Ryan.

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    Travis Yost

    Travis Yost joined TSN in 2014 as a hockey analytics writer contributing columns to TSN.ca and providing in-depth analysis on TSN Radio. Yost is a key part of the TSN Hockey Analytics team, the network’s go-to resource for compelling stat-based hockey analysis.

    Using advanced stats such as Corsi, Fenwick, zone starts, and many more, Yost crunches the latest numbers from the NHL’s on-ice action to provide a unique perspective on the game.  

    Before joining the TSN Hockey Analytics team, Yost was a regular contributor to the Ottawa Citizen, The Sporting News, NHLNumbers.com and HockeyBuzz.com, earning him a reputation as one of game’s leading minds in advanced stats.

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    Paul Edmonds

    Paul Edmonds is the play-by-play announcer for the Winnipeg Jets on TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg.

    Edmonds brings more than 20 years of broadcasting experience to TSN 1290 and previously hosted THE BIG SHOW, TSN 1290’s weekday morning show.

    He spent 19 years as the voice of the Winnipeg Goldeyes of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. He has also done play-by-play for the Manitoba Moose and teams in the WHL and WCHL.

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