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== Broadcast teams ==
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==Broadcast teams==
'''ESPN '''did not have fixed broadcast teams during the 1985–86 season. [[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]], [[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]], [[Jim Hughson]], [[Dan Kelly (sportscaster)|Dan Kelly]], [[Mike Lange]], [[Jiggs McDonald]], [[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|Jim Kelly]], and [[Mike Patrick]] handled the play-by-play and [[Mickey Redmond]], [[Bill Clement|Bill Clement]], [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], [[Phil Esposito]], and [[Brad Park]] provided color commentary.
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ESPN did not have fixed broadcast teams during the 1985-86 season. [[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]], [[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]], [[Jim Hughson]], [[Dan Kelly (sportscaster)|Dan Kelly]], [[Mike Lange]], [[Jiggs McDonald]], [[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|Jim Kelly]], and [[Mike Patrick]] handled the play-by-play, and [[Mickey Redmond]], [[Bill Clement]], [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], [[Phil Esposito]], and [[Brad Park]] provided color commentary.<ref>{{cite web | url= https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-1985-10-05-8502130393-story.html | title= ESPN BREAKS THE ICE FOR SPORTS FANS WITH CAPS-RANGERS GAME THURSDAY | work=Jim Sarni ([[Sun-Sentinel]]) | date= October 10, 1985 | accessdate= February 9, 2016}}</ref>
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{| class="wikitable"
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{|class="wikitable"
!Season
 
!Broadcasters
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
! Season
|1986-87
 
 
! Broadcasters
 
|-
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| 1986–87
 
|
 
|
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# [[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (regular season)/[[Mike Emrick]] (playoffs)-[[Bill Clement]]<ref>{{cite web | url= https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-1986-09-13-8602240337-story.html | title= BUT IT'S JUST RIGHT FOR MOUNTAIN TIME | work= [[Sun-Sentinel]] | date= September 13, 1986 | accessdate= February 9, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url= https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1987-04-24-sp-499-story.html/| title= Gary Player Gives His Views on Apartheid | work=Larry Stewart ([[Los Angeles Times]]) | date= April 24, 1987 | accessdate= April 17, 2020}}</ref>
# [[Mike Emrick|'''Mike Emrick''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
 
# [[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]], [[Rick Peckham]]''' '''or [[Tom Mees]]-[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
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# [[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]], [[Rick Peckham]], or [[Tom Mees]]-[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]<ref>{{cite news|first=Rachel|last=Shuster|title=CBS ready if NBA games get boring |newspaper=USA Today|date=April 24, 1987}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|first=Rachel|last=Shuster|title= ESPN RATINGS |newspaper=USA Today|date=April 22, 1987}}</ref>
 
# [[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]]-[[Mike Liut]]
 
# [[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]]-[[Mike Liut]]
 
|-
 
|-
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| 1987–88
|1987-88
 
 
|
 
|
# [[Mike Emrick|'''Mike Emrick''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Mike Emrick]]-[[Bill Clement]]
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# [[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]]-[[Phil Esposito]]<ref>{{cite web | url= https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/sports/1988/04/22/espn-home-team-sports-cool-on-ice/f34eebf5-d1ee-4d8e-88b2-cbf907d10acb/ | title= ESPN, HOME TEAM SPORTS COOL ON ICE | work=Norman Chad ([[Washington Post]]) | date= April 22, 1988 | accessdate= April 17, 2020}}</ref>
# [[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]]-[[Phil Esposito]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|1992–93
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| 1992–93
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]] (regular season)/[[Bill Clement]] (playoffs)
# [[Tom Mees]]-[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
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# [[Tom Mees]]-[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], [[Brian Engblom]], or [[Darren Pang]]
 
|-
 
|-
|1993–94
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| 1993–94
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
# [[Tom Mees]]-[[Darren Pang]]
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# [[Tom Mees]]-[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], [[Brian Engblom]], or [[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
 
|-
 
|-
|1994–95
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| 1994–95
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
 
# [[Tom Mees]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Tom Mees]]-[[Darren Pang]]
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
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# [[Mike Goldberg]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Barry Melrose]]
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# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Bobby Taylor (ice hockey)|Bobby Taylor]]
 
|-
 
|-
|1995–96
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| 1995–96
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
 
# [[Tom Mees]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Tom Mees]]-[[Darren Pang]]
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
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# [[Mike Goldberg]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Barry Melrose]]
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# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Daryl Reaugh]]
 
|-
 
|-
|1996–97
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| 1996–97
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
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# [[Dave Ryan (sportscaster)|Dave Ryan]]-[[Bobby Taylor (ice hockey)|Bobby Taylor]]
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Barry Melrose]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|1997–98
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| 1997–98
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Darren Pang]]
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# [[Dave Strader]] or [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
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# [[Dave Ryan (sportscaster)|Dave Ryan]], [[Steve Levy]], or [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
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# [[Dave Ryan (sportscaster)|Dave Ryan]]-[[Brian Hayward]] (playoffs)
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Barry Melrose]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|1998–99
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| 1998–99
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
# [[Jack Edwards (sportscaster)|Jack Edwards]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]]
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# [[Dave Ryan (sportscaster)|Dave Ryan]]-[[Eddie Olczyk]]
# [[Dave Ryan]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
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# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Rick Bowness]]
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Tony Twist]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|1999–2000
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| 1999–2000
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Jack Edwards (sportscaster)|Jack Edwards]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]]
 
# [[Jack Edwards (sportscaster)|Jack Edwards]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]]
# [[Dave Ryan]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
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# [[Dave Ryan (sportscaster)|Dave Ryan]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]]
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# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]] or [[Tony Twist]]
# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Tony Twist]]
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# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
|-
 
|-
|2000–01
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| 2000–01
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Jack Edwards (sportscaster)|Jack Edwards]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]]
 
# [[Jack Edwards (sportscaster)|Jack Edwards]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]]
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]] or [[Tony Twist|<nowiki/>]][[Joe Micheletti|Tony Twist]]
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# [[Dave Ryan (sportscaster)|Dave Ryan]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
 
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]] or [[Tony Twist]]
 
|-
 
|-
|2001–02
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| 2001–02
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Jack Edwards (sportscaster)|Jack Edwards]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]]
 
# [[Jack Edwards (sportscaster)|Jack Edwards]]-[[Jim Schoenfeld]]
# [[Dave Ryan]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
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# [[Dave Ryan (sportscaster)|Dave Ryan]]-[[Joe Micheletti]]
 
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]]
 
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]]
 
|-
 
|-
|2002–03
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| 2002–03
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]-'''[[John Davidson]]'''
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]] and [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
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# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Barry Melrose]] and [[Darren Pang]]
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# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]]
 
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]]
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
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# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Brian Engblom]], [[Ray Ferraro]], or [[Eddie Olczyk]]
# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Ray Ferraro]] or [[Ed Olczyk|Eddie Olczyk]]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|2003–04
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| 2003–04
 
|
 
|
# [[Gary Thorne|'''Gary Thorne''']]-[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]-'''[[John Davidson]]'''
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# [[Gary Thorne]]-[[Bill Clement]] and [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Darren Pang]]
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# [[Steve Levy]]-[[Barry Melrose]] and [[Darren Pang]]
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# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
 
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]]
 
# [[Joe Beninati]]-[[Neil Smith (ice hockey)|Neil Smith]]
# [[Dave Strader]]-[[Brian Engblom]]
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# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Brian Engblom]], [[Ray Ferraro]], or [[Eddie Olczyk]]
 
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# [[Sean McDonough]]-[[Ray Ferraro]] or [[Ed Olczyk|Eddie Olczyk]]
 
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|}[[Gary Thorne|'''<nowiki/>''']][[Steve Levy|<nowiki/>]][[Dave Strader|<nowiki/>]]
 
=== Stanley Cup playoffs ===
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=== [[Stanley Cup playoffs]] ===
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|'''Year'''
 
|'''Year'''
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|'''Teams'''
 
|'''Teams'''
 
|'''Games'''
 
|'''Games'''
|'''Play-by-play'''
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|'''[[Play-by-play]]'''
|'''Color commentators'''
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|'''[[Color commentator]](s)'''
|'''Ice level reporters'''
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|'''[[Sideline reporter|Ice level reporter]](s)'''
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="9" |1986
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|rowspan=9|[[1986 Stanley Cup playoffs|1986]]
| rowspan="4" |Divisional semifinals
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|rowspan=4|Divisional semifinals
|Philadelphia-New York Rangers
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|[[Flyers–Rangers rivalry|Philadelphia-New York Rangers]]
 
|Games 4–5
 
|Games 4–5
|[[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|'''Jim Kelly''']] (Game 4)
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|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (Game 4)<br>[[Mike Lange]] (Game 5)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
[[Mike Lange|'''Mike Lange''']] (Game 5)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond|'''Mickey Redmond''']]
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
|Washington-New York Islanders
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|[[Capitals–Islanders rivalry|Washington-New York Islanders]]
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|Game 1<ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 First Round - New York Islanders vs. Washington, Game 1|id=AtqoPSqNYaA}}</ref>
|Game 1
 
|[[Mike Lange|'''Mike Lange''']]
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|[[Mike Lange]]
|[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
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|[[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]]
|Montreal-Boston
 
 
|Game 3
 
|Game 3
|[[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|'''Jim Kelly''']]
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|[[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|Jim Kelly]]
|[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
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|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
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|[[1985–86 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]-[[1985–86 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]
|Minnesota-St. Louis
 
 
|Game 2
 
|Game 2
|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|'''Ken Wilson''']]
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|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]]
|[[Mickey Redmond|'''Mickey Redmond''']]
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|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="3" |Divisional finals
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|rowspan=3|Divisional finals
|Washington-New York Rangers
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|[[Capitals–Rangers rivalry|Washington-New York Rangers]]
 
|Games 1–2, 4–6
 
|Games 1–2, 4–6
|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|'''Ken Wilson''']] (Games 1, 6)
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|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (Games 1, 6)<br>[[Mike Lange]] (Games 2, 4)<br>[[Jiggs McDonald]] (Game 5)
[[Mike Lange|'''Mike Lange''']] (Games 2, 4)<br>[[Jiggs McDonald|'''Jiggs McDonald''']] (Game 5)
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|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]] (Game 1)<br>[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]] (Game 2, 4–6)
|[[Mickey Redmond|'''Mickey Redmond''']] (Game 1)
 
[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']] (Games 2, 4–6)
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[1985–86 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-[[1985–86 Hartford Whalers season|Hartford]]
|Montreal-Hartford
 
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|Games 3, 7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Adams Division Final Montreal Canadiens vs Hartford Whalers Game 7|id=bLwis6RYw6g}}</ref>
|Games 3, 7
 
|[[Jiggs McDonald|'''Jiggs McDonald''']] (Game 3)
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|[[Jiggs McDonald]] (Game 3)<br>[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (Game 7)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|'''Ken Wilson''']] (Game 7)
 
|[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|Edmonton-Calgary
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|[[Battle of Alberta|Edmonton-Calgary]]
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|Games 2, 4–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL 20.04.1986 G2 Calgary Flames - Edmonton Oilers|id=bIJFZ3Qvozw}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 NHL SCP DF G 4 Edmonton @ Calgary 4 24 1986|id=fJ8b4rBwsy4}}</ref>
|Games 2–4–7
 
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|[[Mike Lange]] (Games 2, 7)<br>[[Jim Hughson]]<ref>{{cite news |last=Baskin|first=Jake|date=November 18, 2019|title=Hockey Night in Canada’s Jim Hughson will be given coveted Foster Hewitt Award today by Hall of Fame|url=https://www.sportsbroadcastjournal.com/hockey-night-in-canadas-jim-hughson-will-be-given-coveted-forster-hewitt-award-today-from-hof/|work=Sports Business Journal|location= |access-date=}}</ref> (Games 4–6)
|[[Mike Lange|'''Mike Lange''']] (Games 2, 7)
 
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
[[Jim Hughson|'''Jim Hughson''']] (Games 4–6)
 
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|''[[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|Jim Kelly]]''<ref>{{cite web | url= https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-1986-05-10-8601280725-story.html | title= ESPN THE PERFECT MEDICINE FOR FANS WHO CRAVE THEIR HOCKEY | work=Jim Sarni ([[Sun-Sentinel]]) | date= May 10, 1986 | accessdate= February 9, 2016}}</ref>
|[[Mickey Redmond|'''Mickey Redmond''']]
 
|[[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|'''Jim Kelly''']]
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="2" |Conference finals
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|rowspan=2|Conference finals
|Montreal-New York Rangers
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|[[1985–86 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-[[1985–86 New York Rangers season|New York Rangers]]
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|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Canadiens V Rangers 1986 playoffs game 3 overtime|id=QqcC_M5N9s0}}</ref>
|Games 1–5
 
|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|'''Ken Wilson''']] (Games 1, 3)
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|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (Games 1, 3)<br>[[Jiggs McDonald]] (Game 2)<br>[[Mike Lange]] (Games 4–5)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
[[Jiggs McDonald|'''Jiggs McDonald''']] (Game 2)<br>[[Mike Lange|'''Mike Lange''']] (Games 4–5)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond|'''Mickey Redmond''']]
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[1985–86 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]-[[1985–86 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]
|Calgary-St. Louis
 
  +
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 1|id=9DTzXVwKEtQ}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 2|id=yPr4qSxm-Bs}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 3|id=2CNEqc2wkSU}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 4|id=7gLdyoCbNhs}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Smapdi's Hockey Videos NHL.Classic.11.28.2006.Blues.v.Flames.SemiFinals.G7.1986.EN|id=Zx_ypH3me48}}</ref>
|Games 1–7
 
 
|[[Jim Hughson]] (Games 1, 3, 5)<br>[[Mike Lange]] (Game 2)<br>[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (Games 4, 6)<br>[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]] (Game 7)
|[[Jim Hughson|'''Jim Hughson''']] (Games 1, 3, 5)
 
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]]
[[Mike Lange|'''Mike Lange''']] (Game 2)<br>[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|'''Ken Wilson''']] (Games 4, 6)<br>[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|'''Sam Rosen''']] (Game 7)
 
|[[Bill Clement|'''Bill Clement''']]
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="10" |1987
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|rowspan=10|[[1987 Stanley Cup playoffs|1987]]
| rowspan="4" |Divisional semifinals
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|rowspan=4|Divisional semifinals
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|[[1986–87 Hartford Whalers season|Hartford]]-[[1986–87 Quebec Nordiques season|Québec]]
|Philadelphia-New York Rangers
 
 
|Game 5
|Games 3–4, 6
 
|Mike Emrick (Games 3, 6)
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|[[Mike Emrick]]
 
|[[Bill Clement]]
Ken Wilson (Game 4)
 
|Bill Clement
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]]
|Washington-New York Islanders
 
  +
|Games 1–2<ref>{{YouTube|title=*Bruins - Canadiens brawl 4/8/87 playoffs|id=ndGWrl5fj4Q}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Mats Naslund overtime goal vs. Boston, Game 2 of the 1987 Adams Division Semi-Final|id=TEAU1FIkAiI}}</ref>
|Game 7
 
|Mike Emrick
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|[[Mike Emrick]]
|Bill Clement
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|[[Bill Clement]]
|Tom Mees
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Flyers–Rangers rivalry|Philadelphia-New York Rangers]]
|Hartford-Quebec
 
 
|Games 3–4, 6
|Game 5
 
 
|[[Mike Emrick]] (Games 3, 6)<br>[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (Game 4) and [[Mike Emrick]]
|Mike Emrick
 
|Bill Clement
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|[[Joe Micheletti]], [[Mike Liut]], and [[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Capitals–Islanders rivalry|Washington-New York Islanders]]
|Montreal-Boston
 
  +
|Game 7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1987 Easter Epic Islanders at Capitals NHL on ESPN feed highlights|id=5FbYXP5r-B4}}</ref>
|Games 1–2
 
|Mike Emrick
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|[[Mike Emrick]]
|Bill Clement
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|[[Bill Clement]]
 
|[[Tom Mees]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="4" |Divisional finals
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|rowspan=4|Divisional finals
  +
|[[Battle of Quebec (ice hockey)|Montréal-Québec]]
|Philadelphia-New York Islanders
 
|Games 2, 4–7
 
|Mike Emrick (Games 2, 4–5, 7)
 
Ken Wilson (Game 6)
 
|Bill Clement
 
|
 
|-
 
|Montreal-Quebec
 
 
|Game 1
 
|Game 1
 
|[[Mike Emrick]]
|Ken Wilson
 
|Bill Clement
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|[[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[1986–87 Philadelphia Flyers season|Philadelphia]]-[[1986–87 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]
|Detroit-Toronto
 
  +
|Games 2, 4–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 2 1987 Patrick Division Final Islanders at Flyers Makela Wins It NHL on ESPN feed|id=m7AAoMSUpaQ}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL on ESPN Game 5 1987 Patrick Division Final Islanders at Flyers|id=WBbzOBadyKY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 6 1987 Patrick Division Final Flyers at Islanders NHL on ESPN feed highlights|id=5bgjaAnygJA}}</ref>
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|[[Mike Emrick]] (Games 2-5, 7)<br>[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]] (Game 6) and [[Mike Emrick]]
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|[[Joe Micheletti]], [[Mike Liut]], and [[Bill Clement]]
 
|-
  +
|[[Maple Leafs–Red Wings rivalry|Detroit-Toronto]]
 
|Games 5–7
 
|Games 5–7
  +
|[[Tom Mees]]
|Sam Rosen (Game 5)
 
  +
|[[Phil Esposito]] and [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]] (Games 5–6)<br>[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Bill Clement]] (Game 7)
Tom Mees (Games 6-7)
 
|John Davidson
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[1986–87 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1986–87 Winnipeg Jets season|Winnipeg]]
|Edmonton-Winnipeg
 
  +
|Games 2–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=1987 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#2 Second Round|id=JmkBy0q-LHc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1987 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#3 Second Round|id=q_K62r3l6QM}}</ref>
|Games 2–4
 
|Rick Peckham (Game 2)
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|[[Rick Peckham]] (Game 2)<br>[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]] (in Winnipeg)
  +
|[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
Ken Wilson (Game 3)<br>Sam Rosen (Game 4)
 
|John Davidson
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="2" |Conference finals
+
|rowspan=2|Conference finals
|Philadelphia-Montreal
+
|[[1986–87 Philadelphia Flyers season|Philadelphia]]-[[1986–87 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]
 
|Games 1–6
 
|Games 1–6
|Mike Emrick
+
|[[Mike Emrick]]
|Bill Clement
+
|[[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[1986–87 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1986–87 Detroit Red Wings season|Detroit]]
|Edmonton-Detroit
 
  +
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1987 - Game 1 - Detroit Red Wings @ Edmonton Oilers|id=TXePyFevWd0}}</ref>
|Games 1–5
 
|Ken Wilson
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|[[Ken Wilson (sportscaster)|Ken Wilson]]
  +
|[[Joe Micheletti]], [[Bruce Affleck]], and [[Mike Liut]]
|Mike Liut
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="9" |1988
+
|rowspan=9|[[1988 Stanley Cup playoffs|1988]]
| rowspan="2" |Divisional semifinals
+
|rowspan=2|Divisional semifinals
|New York Islanders-New Jersey
+
|[[1987–88 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]-[[1987–88 New Jersey Devils season|New Jersey]]
  +
|Games 1, 3–4, 6<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL on ESPN Game 1 1988 Patrick Division Semifinal Devils at Islanders (ESPN Classic)|id=ZnWpAQ3jimE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL on ESPN Game 4 1988 Patrick Division Semifinal Islanders at Devils|id=QI0tvtT5CqI}}</ref>
|Games 1, 3, 6
 
|Mike Emrick
+
|[[Mike Emrick]]
|Bill Clement
+
|[[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
|Philadelphia-Washington
+
|[[Capitals–Flyers rivalry|Washington-Philadelphia]]
  +
|Games 2, 4–5, 7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 NHL Playoffs Flyers at Capitals Game 7 (Full Game)|id=xjX3NpyCVRA}}</ref>
|Games 2, 4–5, 7
 
|Mike Emrick
+
|[[Mike Emrick]]
|Bill Clement
+
|[[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="4" |Divisional finals
+
|rowspan=4|Divisional finals
|Washington-New Jersey
+
|[[1987–88 Washington Capitals season|Washington]]-[[1987–88 New Jersey Devils season|New Jersey]]
 
|Games 1, 3, 6–7
 
|Games 1, 3, 6–7
|Sam Rosen
+
|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]]
  +
|[[Mickey Redmond]], [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], and [[Phil Esposito]]
|Phil Esposito
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]]
|Montreal-Boston
 
  +
|Games 2, 4–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL 24.04.1988 G4 Montreal Canadiens - Boston Bruins|id=Q6JXg4rrKq0}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL 26.04.1988 G5 Boston Bruins - Montreal Canadiens|id=DWeXEz69LZI}}</ref>
|Games 2, 4–5
 
|Sam Rosen
+
|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]]
  +
|[[Mickey Redmond]], [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], and [[Phil Esposito]]
|Phil Esposito
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[1987–88 Detroit Red Wings season|Detroit]]-[[1987–88 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]
|Detroit-St. Louis
 
  +
|Games 2, 5<ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 1|id=v36PB478U1M}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 2|id=ZdS-za_rDhU}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 3|id=yde5-6wdNxc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 4|id=BwDp196fpys}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 5|id=rYgqIrCP_zM}}</ref>
|Games 2, 5
 
|Mike Emrick
+
|[[Mike Emrick]]
|Bill Clement
+
|[[Bill Clement]]
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
|Edmonton-Calgary
+
|[[Battle of Alberta|Calgary-Edmonton]]
  +
|Games 1, 3–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Second Round - Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 4, PART 1|id=QZpGH9mZlxQ}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Second Round - Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 4, PART 2|id=1BmEPnaCP4c}}</ref>
|Games 1, 3–4
 
|Bruce Buchanan (Game 1)
+
|[[Bruce Buchanan]] (Game 1)<br>[[Mike Emrick]] (in Edmonton)
 
|[[Bill Clement]]
Mike Emrick (Games 3–4)
 
|Bill Clement
 
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="2" |Conference finals
+
|rowspan=2|Conference finals
  +
|[[1987–88 Boston Bruins season|Boston]]-[[1987–88 New Jersey Devils season|New Jersey]]
|Boston-New Jersey
 
  +
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (1st Period)|id=f4xrk_rhB8w}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (2nd Period)|id=ur3moyjWivY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (3rd Period)|id=PIEYz9EU9jQ}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (OT)|id=bN8nPpRCpXc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 1|id=3Ub_gNMGlJY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 2|id=qUrxsIfAda8}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 3|id=YeaSJN6YLKg}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 4|id=OkLFr44--qE}}</ref>
|Games 1–7
 
 
|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]] and [[Mike Emrick]]
|Sam Rosen
 
  +
|[[Mickey Redmond]], [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], [[Phil Esposito]], [[Mickey Redmond]], and [[Bill Clement]]
|Phil Esposito
 
  +
|''[[Matt Lauer]]''
|
 
 
|-
 
|-
  +
|[[1987–88 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1987–88 Detroit Red Wings season|Detroit]]
|Edmonton-Detroit
 
  +
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Red Wings vs. Oilers 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 1 (1st Period)|id=GJeX2_TvWnM}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Red Wings vs. Oilers 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 1 (2nd Period)|id=Wkhn7WkZesk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Red Wings vs. Oilers 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 1 (3rd Period)|id=bnWouTEeB-w}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Oilers vs, Red Wings 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 3 (1st Period)|id=NkqmLXQzTeo}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Oilers vs, Red Wings 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 3 (2nd Period)|id=WS9pxqstTxg}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Oilers vs, Red Wings 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 3 (3rd Period)|id=iNV1JxAx1yg}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1988 - Game 4 - Edmonton Oilers @ Detroit Red Wings|id=fFXOMNeAl3Q}}</ref>
|Games 1–5
 
|Mike Emrick
+
|[[Sam Rosen (sportscaster)|Sam Rosen]] and [[Mike Emrick]]
  +
|[[Mickey Redmond]], [[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]], [[Phil Esposito]], [[Mickey Redmond]], and [[Bill Clement]]
|Bill Clement
 
 
|}
|}[[Phil Esposito|<nowiki/>]]
 
  +
== Studio personalities ==
+
==Studio personalities==
* Chris Berman: Host (2002–04)
+
*[[Chris Berman]]: Studio host (2002–04)
* John Buccigross: Host (1998–2004)
 
  +
*[[Scotty Bowman]]: Studio analyst if [[Detroit Red Wings]] missed or eliminated from [[Stanley Cup playoffs]]
* Brian Engblom: Analyst (1992–2004)
 
 
*[[John Buccigross]]: Studio host (1998–2004)
* Ray Ferraro: Analyst (2002–04)
 
  +
*[[Bill Clement]]: Studio analyst ([[1992–93 NHL season|1992–93 regular season]])
* E.J. Hradek: Insider
 
 
*[[Brian Engblom]]: Studio analyst (1992–2004)
* Steve Levy: Host (1993–2004)
 
  +
*[[Ray Ferraro]]: Lead studio analyst (2002–2004)
* [[Tom Mees|'''Tom Mees''']]: Host (1985–88, 1992–93)
 
 
*[[E.J. Hradek]]: Insider
* Barry Melrose: Analyst (1996–2004)
 
 
*[[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)]|Jim Kelly]]: Studio host ([[1985–86 NHL season|1985–86]])
* Al Morganti: Analyst (1993–2004)
 
* [[Darren Pang]]: Analyst (1992–2004)
+
*[[Steve Levy]]: Studio host (1993–2004)
  +
*[[Tom Mees]]: Studio host ([[1985–86 NHL season|1985–86]] 1985–88, 1992–93)
* Bill Patrick: Host
 
 
*[[Barry Melrose]]: Lead studio analyst (1996–2004)
* Bill Pidto: Host (1995–1998)
 
* '''[[John Saunders (journalist)|John Saunders]]''': Host (1992–2004)
+
*[[Al Morganti]]: Studio analyst (1992–2004)
  +
*[[Eddie Olczyk]]: Studio analyst (2002–2004)
  +
*[[Darren Pang]]: Studio analyst (1992–2004)
  +
*[[Bill Patrick (sports anchor)|Bill Patrick]]: Studio host
 
*[[Bill Pidto]]: Studio host (1995–1998)
  +
*[[John Saunders (journalist)|John Saunders]]: Alternate studio host ([[1987 Stanley Cup playoffs|1987]]–88); Lead studio host (1992–2004)
  +
*[[Jim Schoenfeld]]: Studio analyst ([[1993 Stanley Cup playoffs]])<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-xpm-1993-04-16-0000103264-story.html|title=REECE SAYS TAYLOR'S STRATEGY IS TO PLAY TO HIS STRENGTH |publisher=[[Hartford Courant]] |date=April 16, 1993| access-date=February 9, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=https://buffalonews.com/news/president-dazzles-kbs-boyd-espn-switches-jim-schoenfeld/article_9702d53c-f9de-512c-a76b-f01f5739d6c2.html|title=PRESIDENT DAZZLES KB'S BOYD; ESPN SWITCHES JIM SCHOENFELD|author=Alan Pergament|publisher=[[Buffalo News]] |date=April 20, 1993| access-date=February 9, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-xpm-1993-06-01-0000101327-story.html|title=CLEMENT'S ACT FITS THE ROLE |publisher=[[Hartford Courant]] |date=May 31, 1993| access-date=February 9, 2016}}</ref>
  +
 
==Reporters==
 
*[[Erin Andrews]] (2004)
  +
*[[Brenda Brenon]] (1994)<ref>{{cite web| url=https://buffalonews.com/news/ch-7s-brenon-on-the-mark-as-rink-side-reporter/article_5dec5712-eac2-5f37-96c9-2587a3fc8390.html| title=CH. 7'S BRENON ON THE MARK AS RINK-SIDE REPORTER| work= Alan Pergament ([[Buffalo News]]) | date= April 2, 1994| access-date= February 9, 2016}}</ref>
 
*[[Brian Engblom]] (1992–2002)
 
*[[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|Jim Kelly]] ([[1985–86 NHL season|1985–86]])
  +
*[[Matt Lauer]] ([[1988 Stanley Cup playoffs|1988]]))<ref>{{cite news|first=Rachel|last=Shuster|title=Esposito on the spot, and ESPN on the ball |page=3C|newspaper=USA Today|date=May 10, 1988}}</ref>
 
*[[Steve Levy]] (1993–2004)
 
*[[Tom Mees]] (1986–87, 1992–93)
  +
*[[Joe Micheletti]] (1999–2004)
 
*[[Al Morganti]] (1992–2002)
 
*[[Sam Ryan]] (2002–2004)
 
*[[Darren Pang]] (1995–2004)
  +
  +
==References==
  +
{{reflist}}
  +
  +
{{ESPN National Hockey Night}}
   
  +
[[Category:ESPN announcers|National Hockey Night personalities]]
== Reporters ==
 
  +
[[Category:Lists of National Hockey League broadcasters|ESPN]]
* [[Brian Engblom|'''Brian Engblom''']] (1992–2004)
 
* [[Darren Pang|'''Darren Pang''']] (1995–2004)
 
* [[Erin Andrews]] (2004)
 
* [[Brenda Brenon]] (1994)
 
* [[Jim Kelly (sportscaster)|'''Jim Kelly''']] (1985–86)
 
* '''Matt Lauer''' (1987–88)
 
* Steve Levy (1992–2004)
 
* [[Tom Mees]] (1986–87, 1992–93)
 
* [[Al Morganti|'''Al Morganti''']] (1992–2002)
 
* [[Sam Ryan]] (2002–04)
 

Latest revision as of 18:57, 27 May 2021

Broadcast teams[edit | edit source]

ESPN did not have fixed broadcast teams during the 1985-86 season. Sam Rosen, Ken Wilson, Jim Hughson, Dan Kelly, Mike Lange, Jiggs McDonald, Jim Kelly, and Mike Patrick handled the play-by-play, and Mickey Redmond, Bill Clement, John Davidson, Phil Esposito, and Brad Park provided color commentary.[1]

Season Broadcasters
1986–87
  1. Ken Wilson (regular season)/Mike Emrick (playoffs)-Bill Clement[2][3]
  2. Sam Rosen, Rick Peckham, or Tom Mees-John Davidson[4][5]
  3. Ken Wilson-Mike Liut
1987–88
  1. Mike Emrick-Bill Clement
  2. Sam Rosen-Phil Esposito[6]
1992–93
  1. Gary Thorne-Jim Schoenfeld (regular season)/Bill Clement (playoffs)
  2. Tom Mees-John Davidson, Brian Engblom, or Darren Pang
1993–94
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Tom Mees-John Davidson, Brian Engblom, or Darren Pang
  3. Sean McDonough-Brian Engblom
  4. Steve Levy-Joe Micheletti
1994–95
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Tom Mees-Darren Pang
  3. Mike Goldberg-Brian Engblom
  4. Steve Levy-Bobby Taylor
1995–96
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Tom Mees-Darren Pang
  3. Mike Goldberg-Brian Engblom
  4. Steve Levy-Daryl Reaugh
1996–97
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Dave Strader-Darren Pang
  3. Steve Levy-Brian Engblom
  4. Dave Ryan-Bobby Taylor
1997–98
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Dave Strader or Steve Levy-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Ryan, Steve Levy, or Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Dave Ryan-Brian Hayward (playoffs)
1998–99
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement
  2. Steve Levy-Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Dave Ryan-Eddie Olczyk
  5. Joe Beninati-Rick Bowness
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 or Tony Twist
  7. Sean McDonough-Brian Engblom
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 or Tony Twist
2001–02
  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
2002–03
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement and John Davidson
  2. Steve Levy-Barry Melrose and Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Joe Beninati-Neil Smith
  5. Sean McDonough-Brian Engblom, Ray Ferraro, or Eddie Olczyk
2003–04
  1. Gary Thorne-Bill Clement and John Davidson
  2. Steve Levy-Barry Melrose and Darren Pang
  3. Dave Strader-Brian Engblom
  4. Joe Beninati-Neil Smith
  5. Sean McDonough-Brian Engblom, Ray Ferraro, or Eddie Olczyk

Stanley Cup playoffs[edit | edit source]

Year Round Teams Games Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
1986 Divisional semifinals Philadelphia-New York Rangers Games 4–5 Ken Wilson (Game 4)
Mike Lange (Game 5)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement
Washington-New York Islanders Game 1[7] Mike Lange Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement
Montréal-Boston Game 3 Jim Kelly Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement
Minnesota-St. Louis Game 2 Ken Wilson Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement
Divisional finals Washington-New York Rangers Games 1–2, 4–6 Ken Wilson (Games 1, 6)
Mike Lange (Games 2, 4)
Jiggs McDonald (Game 5)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement (Game 1)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement (Game 2, 4–6)
Montréal-Hartford Games 3, 7[8] Jiggs McDonald (Game 3)
Ken Wilson (Game 7)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement
Edmonton-Calgary Games 2, 4–7[9][10] Mike Lange (Games 2, 7)
Jim Hughson[11] (Games 4–6)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement Jim Kelly[12]
Conference finals Montréal-New York Rangers Games 1–5[13] Ken Wilson (Games 1, 3)
Jiggs McDonald (Game 2)
Mike Lange (Games 4–5)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement
Calgary-St. Louis Games 1–7[14][15][16][17][18] Jim Hughson (Games 1, 3, 5)
Mike Lange (Game 2)
Ken Wilson (Games 4, 6)
Sam Rosen (Game 7)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement
1987 Divisional semifinals Hartford-Québec Game 5 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Montréal-Boston Games 1–2[19][20] Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Philadelphia-New York Rangers Games 3–4, 6 Mike Emrick (Games 3, 6)
Ken Wilson (Game 4) and Mike Emrick
Joe Micheletti, Mike Liut, and Bill Clement
Washington-New York Islanders Game 7[21] Mike Emrick Bill Clement Tom Mees
Divisional finals Montréal-Québec Game 1 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Philadelphia-New York Islanders Games 2, 4–7[22][23][24] Mike Emrick (Games 2-5, 7)
Ken Wilson (Game 6) and Mike Emrick
Joe Micheletti, Mike Liut, and Bill Clement
Detroit-Toronto Games 5–7 Tom Mees Phil Esposito and John Davidson (Games 5–6)
Mickey Redmond and Bill Clement (Game 7)
Edmonton-Winnipeg Games 2–4[25][26] Rick Peckham (Game 2)
Sam Rosen (in Winnipeg)
John Davidson
Conference finals Philadelphia-Montréal Games 1–6 Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Edmonton-Detroit Games 1–5[27] Ken Wilson Joe Micheletti, Bruce Affleck, and Mike Liut
1988 Divisional semifinals New York Islanders-New Jersey Games 1, 3–4, 6[28][29] Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Washington-Philadelphia Games 2, 4–5, 7[30] Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Divisional finals Washington-New Jersey Games 1, 3, 6–7 Sam Rosen Mickey Redmond, John Davidson, and Phil Esposito
Montréal-Boston Games 2, 4–5[31][32] Sam Rosen Mickey Redmond, John Davidson, and Phil Esposito
Detroit-St. Louis Games 2, 5[33][34][35][36][37] Mike Emrick Bill Clement
Calgary-Edmonton Games 1, 3–4[38][39] Bruce Buchanan (Game 1)
Mike Emrick (in Edmonton)
Bill Clement
Conference finals Boston-New Jersey Games 1–7[40][41][42][43][44][45][46][47] Sam Rosen and Mike Emrick Mickey Redmond, John Davidson, Phil Esposito, Mickey Redmond, and Bill Clement Matt Lauer
Edmonton-Detroit Games 1–5[48][49][50][51][52][53][54] Sam Rosen and Mike Emrick Mickey Redmond, John Davidson, Phil Esposito, Mickey Redmond, and Bill Clement

Studio personalities[edit | edit source]

Reporters[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ESPN BREAKS THE ICE FOR SPORTS FANS WITH CAPS-RANGERS GAME THURSDAY. Jim Sarni (Sun-Sentinel) (October 10, 1985). Retrieved on February 9, 2016.
  2. BUT IT'S JUST RIGHT FOR MOUNTAIN TIME. Sun-Sentinel (September 13, 1986). Retrieved on February 9, 2016.
  3. Gary Player Gives His Views on Apartheid. Larry Stewart (Los Angeles Times) (April 24, 1987). Retrieved on April 17, 2020.
  4. Shuster, Rachel. "CBS ready if NBA games get boring", April 24, 1987. 
  5. Shuster, Rachel. "ESPN RATINGS", April 22, 1987. 
  6. ESPN, HOME TEAM SPORTS COOL ON ICE. Norman Chad (Washington Post) (April 22, 1988). Retrieved on April 17, 2020.
  7. 1986 First Round - New York Islanders vs. Washington, Game 1 at YouTube
  8. 1986 Adams Division Final Montreal Canadiens vs Hartford Whalers Game 7 at YouTube
  9. NHL 20.04.1986 G2 Calgary Flames - Edmonton Oilers at YouTube
  10. 1986 NHL SCP DF G 4 Edmonton @ Calgary 4 24 1986 at YouTube
  11. Baskin, Jake. "Hockey Night in Canada’s Jim Hughson will be given coveted Foster Hewitt Award today by Hall of Fame", Sports Business Journal, November 18, 2019. 
  12. ESPN THE PERFECT MEDICINE FOR FANS WHO CRAVE THEIR HOCKEY. Jim Sarni (Sun-Sentinel) (May 10, 1986). Retrieved on February 9, 2016.
  13. Canadiens V Rangers 1986 playoffs game 3 overtime at YouTube
  14. 1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 1 at YouTube
  15. 1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 2 at YouTube
  16. 1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 3 at YouTube
  17. 1986 Third Round - St. Louis vs. Calgary, Game 6, PART 4 at YouTube
  18. Smapdi's Hockey Videos NHL.Classic.11.28.2006.Blues.v.Flames.SemiFinals.G7.1986.EN at YouTube
  19. *Bruins - Canadiens brawl 4/8/87 playoffs at YouTube
  20. Mats Naslund overtime goal vs. Boston, Game 2 of the 1987 Adams Division Semi-Final at YouTube
  21. 1987 Easter Epic Islanders at Capitals NHL on ESPN feed highlights at YouTube
  22. Game 2 1987 Patrick Division Final Islanders at Flyers Makela Wins It NHL on ESPN feed at YouTube
  23. NHL on ESPN Game 5 1987 Patrick Division Final Islanders at Flyers at YouTube
  24. Game 6 1987 Patrick Division Final Flyers at Islanders NHL on ESPN feed highlights at YouTube
  25. 1987 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#2 Second Round at YouTube
  26. 1987 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#3 Second Round at YouTube
  27. NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1987 - Game 1 - Detroit Red Wings @ Edmonton Oilers at YouTube
  28. NHL on ESPN Game 1 1988 Patrick Division Semifinal Devils at Islanders (ESPN Classic) at YouTube
  29. NHL on ESPN Game 4 1988 Patrick Division Semifinal Islanders at Devils at YouTube
  30. 1988 NHL Playoffs Flyers at Capitals Game 7 (Full Game) at YouTube
  31. NHL 24.04.1988 G4 Montreal Canadiens - Boston Bruins at YouTube
  32. NHL 26.04.1988 G5 Boston Bruins - Montreal Canadiens at YouTube
  33. 1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 1 at YouTube
  34. 1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 2 at YouTube
  35. 1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 3 at YouTube
  36. 1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 4 at YouTube
  37. 1988 Second Round - Detroit vs. St. Louis & Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 2, PART 5 at YouTube
  38. 1988 Second Round - Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 4, PART 1 at YouTube
  39. 1988 Second Round - Edmonton vs. Calgary, Game 4, PART 2 at YouTube
  40. Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (1st Period) at YouTube
  41. Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (2nd Period) at YouTube
  42. Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (3rd Period) at YouTube
  43. Devils vs. Bruins 1988 Wales Conference Final Game 2 (OT) at YouTube
  44. 1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 1 at YouTube
  45. 1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 2 at YouTube
  46. 1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 3 at YouTube
  47. 1988 Third Round - New Jersey vs. Boston, Game 4, PART 4 at YouTube
  48. Red Wings vs. Oilers 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 1 (1st Period) at YouTube
  49. Red Wings vs. Oilers 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 1 (2nd Period) at YouTube
  50. Red Wings vs. Oilers 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 1 (3rd Period) at YouTube
  51. Oilers vs, Red Wings 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 3 (1st Period) at YouTube
  52. Oilers vs, Red Wings 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 3 (2nd Period) at YouTube
  53. Oilers vs, Red Wings 1988 Campbell Conference Final Game 3 (3rd Period) at YouTube
  54. NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1988 - Game 4 - Edmonton Oilers @ Detroit Red Wings at YouTube
  55. REECE SAYS TAYLOR'S STRATEGY IS TO PLAY TO HIS STRENGTH. Hartford Courant (April 16, 1993).
  56. Alan Pergament (April 20, 1993). PRESIDENT DAZZLES KB'S BOYD; ESPN SWITCHES JIM SCHOENFELD. Buffalo News.
  57. CLEMENT'S ACT FITS THE ROLE. Hartford Courant (May 31, 1993).
  58. CH. 7'S BRENON ON THE MARK AS RINK-SIDE REPORTER. Alan Pergament (Buffalo News) (April 2, 1994).
  59. Shuster, Rachel. "Esposito on the spot, and ESPN on the ball", May 10, 1988, p. 3C. 
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