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|Montreal-Quebec
 
|Montreal-Quebec
 
|Game 1
 
|Game 1
|Ken Wilson
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|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|'''Ken Wilson''']]
|Bill Clement
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|[[Herb Brooks|'''Herb Brooks''']]
 
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|Detroit-Toronto
 
|Detroit-Toronto
 
|Games 5–7
 
|Games 5–7
|Sam Rosen (Game 5)
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|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|'''Sam Rosen''']] (Game 5)
Tom Mees (Games 6–7)
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[[Tom Mees|'''Tom Mees''']] (Games 6–7)
|John Davidson
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|[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|'''John Davidson''']]
 
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|Edmonton-Winnipeg
 
|Edmonton-Winnipeg
 
|Games 2–4
 
|Games 2–4
|Sam Rosen
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|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|'''Sam Rosen''']]
|John Davidson
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|[[Mickey Redmond|'''Mickey Redmond''']]
 
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|Edmonton-Detroit
 
|Edmonton-Detroit
 
|Games 1–5
 
|Games 1–5
|Ken Wilson
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|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|'''Ken Wilson''']]
|Mike Liut
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|[[Mike Liut|'''Mike Liut''']]
 
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|Washington-New Jersey
 
|Washington-New Jersey
 
|Games 1, 3, 6–7
 
|Games 1, 3, 6–7
|Sam Rosen
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|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|'''Sam Rosen''']]
|Phil Esposito
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|[[Phil Esposito|'''Phil Esposito''']]
 
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|Montreal-Boston
 
|Montreal-Boston
 
|Games 2, 4–5
 
|Games 2, 4–5
|Sam Rosen
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|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|'''Sam Rosen''']]
|Phil Esposito
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|[[Phil Esposito|'''Phil Esposito''']]
 
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|Boston-New Jersey
 
|Boston-New Jersey
 
|Games 1–7
 
|Games 1–7
|Sam Rosen
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|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|'''Sam Rosen''']]
|Phil Esposito
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|[[Phil Esposito|'''Phil Esposito''']]
 
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== Studio personalities ==
 
== Studio personalities ==
 
* Chris Berman: Host (2002–04)
 
* Chris Berman: Host (2002–04)
* Scotty Bowman: Analyst
 
 
* John Buccigross: Host (1998–2004)
 
* John Buccigross: Host (1998–2004)
 
* Brian Engblom: Analyst (1992–2004)
 
* Brian Engblom: Analyst (1992–2004)
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* Barry Melrose: Analyst (1996–2004)
 
* Barry Melrose: Analyst (1996–2004)
 
* Al Morganti: Analyst (1993–2004)
 
* Al Morganti: Analyst (1993–2004)
* Ed Olczyk: Analyst (2002–2004)
 
 
* Darren Pang: Analyst (1992–2004)
 
* Darren Pang: Analyst (1992–2004)
 
* Bill Patrick: Host
 
* Bill Patrick: Host
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== Reporters ==
 
== Reporters ==
 
* Erin Andrews (2004)
 
* Erin Andrews (2004)
* Brenda Brenon (1994)<sup>[3]</sup>
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* Brenda Brenon (1994)
* Brian Engblom (1992–2002)
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* Brian Engblom (1992–2004)
 
* Jim Kelly (1985–86)
 
* Jim Kelly (1985–86)
* Matt Lauer (1987–88)<sup>[4]</sup>
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* Matt Lauer (1987–88)
 
* Steve Levy (1992–2004)
 
* Steve Levy (1992–2004)
 
* Tom Mees (1986–87, 1992–93)
 
* Tom Mees (1986–87, 1992–93)
 
* Al Morganti (1992–2002)
 
* Al Morganti (1992–2002)
 
* Sam Ryan (2002–04)
 
* Sam Ryan (2002–04)
* Darren Pang (1995–04)
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* Darren Pang (1995–2004)

Revision as of 01:03, April 14, 2017

Broadcast teams

ESPN did not have fixed broadcast teams during the 1985–86 season. Sam RosenKen WilsonJim Hughson, Dan KellyMike Lange, and Jiggs McDonald handled the play-by-play and Mickey RedmondHerb BrooksJohn DavidsonGary Green, Paul Steigerwald, and Peter McNab provided color commentary.

Season Broadcasters
1986–87
  1. Mike Emrick-Bill Clement
  2. Sam Rosen-Mickey Redmond or Tom Mees-John Davidson
  3. Ken Wilson-Mike Liut
1987–88
  1. Mike Emrick-Bill Clement
  2. Sam Rosen-Phil Esposito
1992–93
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Tom Mees-John Davidson, Brian Engblom or Darren Pang
1993–94
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Tom Mees-John Davidson
  3. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
1994–95
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Tom Mees-Brian Engblom
  3. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
1995–96
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Tom Mees-Brian Engblom
  3. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
1996–97
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
1997–98
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
1998–99
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Jack Edwards-Jim Schoenfeld
  5. Dave Ryan-Joe Micheletti
  6. Joe Beninati-Tony Twist
1999–2000
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Jack Edwards-Jim Schoenfeld
  5. Dave Ryan-Joe Micheletti
  6. Joe Beninati-Neil Smith
  7. Sean McDonough-Tony Twist
2000–01
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Jack Edwards-Jim Schoenfeld
  5. Dave Ryan-Joe Micheletti
  6. Joe Beninati-Neil Smith
2001–02
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement-John Davidson
  2. Steve Levy-Barry Melrose-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Jack Edwards-Jim Schoenfeld
  5. Dave Ryan-Joe Micheletti
  6. Joe Beninati-Neil Smith
2002–03
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement-John Davidson
  2. Steve Levy-Barry Melrose-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Joe Beninati-Neil Smith
  5. Sean McDonough-Ray Ferraro
2003–04
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement-John Davidson
  2. Steve Levy-Barry Melrose-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Joe Beninati-Neil Smith
  5. Sean McDonough-Ray Ferraro

Stanley Cup playoffs

Year Round Teams Games Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters
1986 Divisional semifinals Philadelphia-New York Rangers Games 4–5 Jim Kelly (Game 4)

Mike Lange (Game 5)

Mickey Redmond
Washington-New York Islanders Game 1 Mike Lange Paul Steigerwald
Montreal-Boston Game 3 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Minnesota-St. Louis Game 2 Ken Wilson Herb Brooks
Divisional finals Washington-New York Rangers Games 1–2, 4–6 Jiggs McDonald Mickey Redmond (Game 1)

Peter McNab (Games 2, 4–6)

Montreal-Hartford Games 3, 7 Jiggs McDonald Peter McNab
Edmonton-Calgary Games 2–7 Mike Lange (Games 2, 7)

Jim Hughson (Games 3–6)

Mickey Redmond Jim Kelly
Conference finals Montreal-New York Rangers Games 1–5 Ken Wilson (Games 1, 3)

Jiggs McDonald (Game 2)
Mike Lange (Games 4–5)

Mickey Redmond
Calgary-St. Louis Games 1–7 Jim Hughson (Games 1, 3, 5)

Mike Lange (Game 2)
Ken Wilson (Games 4, 6)
Sam Rosen (Game 7)

Bill Clement
1987 Divisional semifinals Philadelphia-New York Rangers Games 3–4, 6 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Washington-New York Islanders Game 7 Mike Emrick Bill Clement Tom Mees
Hartford-Quebec Game 5 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Montreal-Boston Games 1–2 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Divisional finals Philadelphia-New York Islanders Games 2, 4–7 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Montreal-Quebec Game 1 Ken Wilson Herb Brooks
Detroit-Toronto Games 5–7 Sam Rosen (Game 5)

Tom Mees (Games 6–7)

John Davidson
Edmonton-Winnipeg Games 2–4 Sam Rosen Mickey Redmond
Conference finals Philadelphia-Montreal Games 1–6 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Edmonton-Detroit Games 1–5 Ken Wilson Mike Liut
1988 Divisional semifinals New York Islanders-New Jersey Games 1, 3, 6 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Philadelphia-Washington Games 2, 4–5, 7 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Divisional finals Washington-New Jersey Games 1, 3, 6–7 Sam Rosen Phil Esposito
Montreal-Boston Games 2, 4–5 Sam Rosen Phil Esposito
Detroit-St. Louis Games 2, 5 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Edmonton-Calgary Games 1, 3–4 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Conference finals Boston-New Jersey Games 1–7 Sam Rosen Phil Esposito
Edmonton-Detroit Games 1–5 Mike Emrick Bill Clement

Studio personalities

  • Chris Berman: Host (2002–04)
  • John Buccigross: Host (1998–2004)
  • Brian Engblom: Analyst (1992–2004)
  • Ray Ferraro: Analyst (2002–04)
  • E.J. Hradek: Insider
  • Steve Levy: Host (1993–2004)
  • Tom Mees: Host (1985–88, 1992–93)
  • Barry Melrose: Analyst (1996–2004)
  • Al Morganti: Analyst (1993–2004)
  • Darren Pang: Analyst (1992–2004)
  • Bill Patrick: Host
  • Bill Pidto: Host (1995–1998)
  • John Saunders: Host (1992–2004)

Reporters

  • Erin Andrews (2004)
  • Brenda Brenon (1994)
  • Brian Engblom (1992–2004)
  • Jim Kelly (1985–86)
  • Matt Lauer (1987–88)
  • Steve Levy (1992–2004)
  • Tom Mees (1986–87, 1992–93)
  • Al Morganti (1992–2002)
  • Sam Ryan (2002–04)
  • Darren Pang (1995–2004)
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