Here is the Entire Rogers Sportsnet Broadcasting Team for the 2014-15 NHL Season

Rogers Sportsnet today has announced a bunch of ‘all-star’ hirings for the upcoming NHL season, which includes a bulk of former broadcasters from CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada. Here are the new hires:

  • Glenn Healy, Analyst
  • Kelly Hrudey, Analyst
  • Craig Simpson, Analyst
  • Mike Johnson, Analyst
  • Darren Pang, Analyst
  • Cassie Campbell-Pascall, Reporter
  • Leah Hextall, Host
  • Rick Ball, Play-by-Play Announcer (Calgary Flames broadcasts)
  • Drew Remenda, Game Analyst (Edmonton Oilers broadcasts)
  • P.J. Stock, Analyst
  • Garry Galley, Game Analyst

Here’s the full broadcast team you can expect this year:

Hosts

  • George Stroumboulopoulos (Hockey Night in Canada, NHL on Sportsnet)
  • Ron MacLean (Rogers Hometown Hockey, NHL on Sportsnet)
  • Leah Hextall
  • Jeff Marek
  • Daren Millard

Play-by-Play Announcers

National

  • Bob Cole
  • Jim Hughson
  • Dave Randorf
  • Paul Romanuk

Regional

  • Rick Ball (Calgary)
  • Kevin Quinn (Edmonton)
  • Paul Romanuk / Dave Randorf (Toronto)
  • John Shorthouse (Vancouver)

Game Analysts

National:

  • Gary Galley
  • Glenn Healy
  • Mike Johnson
  • Craig Simpson

Regional:

  • John Garrett (Vancouver Canucks)
  • Kelly Hrudey (Calgary Flames)
  • Greg Millen (Toronto Maple Leafs)
  • Drew Remenda (Edmonton Oilers)

Studio Analysts and Insiders

  • Don Cherry (Coach’s Corner)
  • Damien Cox
  • Elliotte Friedman
  • Glenn Healy
  • Kelly Hrudey
  • Billy Jaffe
  • Mike Johnson
  • Chris Johnston
  • Nick Kypreos
  • Doug MacLean
  • Scott Morrison
  • Darren Pang
  • John Shannon
  • Mark Spector
  • P.J. Stock

Rinkside Reporters

  • Cassie Campbell-Pascall
  • Arash Madani
  • Roger Millions
  • Dan Murphy
  • Scott Oake
  • Gene Principe
  • Christine Simpson

Rogers signed a landmark $5.2 billion, 12 year deal with the NHL last November for Canadian broadcast rights, a move the company says was made to stem TV losses and to keep the competitor Bell from nabbing up rights.

Out of this broadcast lineup, who are you happy or unhappy to see on the final cut?

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  • geekyaleks

    And this is relevant to the iPhone – how??

  • Steve Lai ?

    Not relevant to iPhone, but thanks Gary!

  • 1. It’s Rogers.
    2. You’ll soon be live streaming the NHL on your iPhone.
    3. Your mom emailed us this list.

  • geekyaleks

    Now that’s more interesting than knowing who the Studio Analysts and Insiders are…

  • In all seriousness, it’ll be interesting to see how Rogers handles all NHL broadcasting rights and how much marketing will be pushed to customers to stream live games. It’s all about data right now.

  • KBlazer07

    Bob Cole? Really? You can’t find anyone better in the whole da*n country than Bob Cole?

  • ????Dennis

    That’s funny you folks are complaining that this isn’t related to iPhone, because I’m reading the article and thinking to myself… Damn, how does Gary always put out stuff that I find interesting. Thanks Gary, the trolls don’t have to open the article if they don’t like…

    George stroumbo…. BOOO!!!

  • Thank you Dennis, you are da man 🙂

  • FragilityG4

    This is relevant to Rogers. See that number of 5.2 billion? That’s why your cellphone bill is 30% higher now.

    By the way, sack P.J. Stock — nothing but dead weight.

  • FragilityG4

    Don’t kid yourself … Bob Cole is the best broadcaster in the hockey world bar none. You should be more upset with Jim Hughson who is terrible (for anyone outside of BC ???? )

  • PJ and Glenn are always good for chuckles and making people angry.

  • FragilityG4

    PJ adds nothing. I still can’t believe in his first year he grew a playoff beard! The guy only has a few NHL games under his belt!

  • Hockey fan

    Brad Marchand has not been in the NHL for 10 years. Check your facts please/

  • Gooch

    Ibelieve someone mentioned Bob Cole ,that old fossil lost his memory somewhere cannot follow the game does;nt remember names and says there is going to be a penalty when it was only offside. Retire this dinasaur ,he was ok for 20 yeas or so then he lost it could not follow the play. Iwould rather listen to bubble head pierre maguire