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

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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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