Keith Dancy (1930 – May 6, 2001) is a former Canadian hockey announcer.
Dancy was a color commentator on Hockey Night in Canada from 1952 to 1966, mostly calling games involving the Montreal Canadiens. He was a colour commentator for ten Stanley Cup broadcasts, including CBC's first 8 Stanley Cups. His partner at Hockey Night in Canada was Danny Gallivan. He also was in the booth for 8 National Hockey League All-Star Games.
After his broadcasting career ended, he became president of Rogers Broadcasting. He later launched his own company in the Niagara Region, owning and operating CFLZ-FM and CJRN in Niagara Falls and CKEY-FM in Fort Erie until his death.