The following is a list of current (as of 2020–21 NHL season) National Hockey League broadcasters.

Regional broadcasters[edit | edit source]

The following is a list of local TV and radio broadcasters for each individual team. Three teams, the Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes, and Dallas Stars, do television/radio simulcasts. Both the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators each have local English and French language broadcasts to serve their large anglophone and francophone fan bases. As a result of Rogers Communications and Bell Canada having both an ownership stake in the Toronto Maple Leafs, that team's regional English language TV broadcasts are split between Rogers' Sportsnet Ontario and Bell's TSN4. The Florida Panthers, Chicago Blackhawks, and Vegas Golden Knights all added Spanish language broadcasts to serve their Hispanic fan bases.

Eastern Conference[edit | edit source]

Team Play-by-play Color commentators Flagship stations
Boston Jack Edwards Andy Brickley
Sophia Jurksztowicz (rinkside)
Judd Sirott Bob Beers The Sports Hub[1]
WBOS (during conflicts with Patriots or Celtics broadcasts)
Buffalo Rick Jeanneret (primary)
Dan Dunleavy (during Jeanneret's absences)
Rob Ray
Martin Biron
MSG Western New York/Bell TV[2]
Carolina Mike Maniscalco Tripp Tracy Fox Sports Carolinas[4]
Columbus Jeff Rimer Jody Shelley Fox Sports Ohio[5]
Bob McElligott 97.1 The Fan[6]
Detroit Ken Daniels Mickey Redmond (home games and select away games)
Larry Murphy (select away games)
Chris Osgood (select away games)
Fox Sports Detroit[7]
Ken Kal Paul Woods 97.1 The Ticket[8]
Florida Steve Goldstein Randy Moller Fox Sports Florida[9]
Doug Plagens Bill Lindsay WQAM 560
WMEN 640[9] (English Radio)
Arley Londoño 990 ESPN Deportes (Spanish Radio)
Montreal Bryan Mudryk (primary)
Dan Robertson (during Mudryk's Senators TV assignments)
Dave Poulin (select games)
Mike Johnson (select games)
Craig Button (select games)
TSN2 (English Regional)
Dan Robertson (primary)
Sean Campbell (during Robertson's TV assignments)
Sergio Momesso TSN 690 (English Radio)
Pierre Houde Marc Denis RDS (French Regional)[10]
Martin McGuire Danny Dubé 98.5 FM (French Radio)
New Jersey Steve Cangialosi Ken Daneyko MSG Plus
MSG Network (during Knicks and Rangers off-days)[11]
Matt Loughlin Glenn Resch WFAN 660 AM and 101.9 FM (English Radio)
New York Islanders Brendan Burke Butch Goring
A.J. Mleczko (select games)
Jennifer Botterill (select games)
MSG Plus[12]
MSG Network (during Knicks, Rangers, and Devils off-days)
Chris King Greg Picker WRHU-FM
New York Rangers Sam Rosen (primary)
John Giannone (during Rosen's Fox NFL assignments; rinkside on all other games)
Joe Micheletti MSG Network
MSG Plus (during conflicts with Knicks broadcasts)[13]
Kenny Albert (primary)
Don La Greca (during Albert's Fox NFL, NHL on NBC, Knicks on MSG, or Fox MLB TV broadcasts)
Sam Rosen (during select national TV broadcasts)
Dave Maloney 98.7 ESPN
WEPN 1050 (during conflicts with Knicks broadcasts)
Ottawa Gord Miller (primary)
Bryan Mudryk (during Miller's Maple Leafs TV assignments)
Various substitute announcers (when Miller and Mudryk are unavailable)
Ray Ferraro (select games)
Jamie McLennan (select games)
Mike Johnson (select games)[14]
TSN5 (English Regional)
Michel Y. Lacroix Norman Flynn RDS
RDS2 (French Regional)
Dean Brown Gord Wilson TSN 1200 (English Radio)
Nicolas St. Pierre Alain Sanscartier Unique FM (French Radio)
Philadelphia Jim Jackson Keith Jones (primary)
Bill Clement (during Keith Jones' NHL on NBC assignments)
NBC Sports Philadelphia[15]
Tim Saunders Steve Coates 97.5 The Fanatic
93.3 WMMR
Pittsburgh Steve Mears Bob Errey AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh[16]
Mike Lange (primary)
Josh Getzoff (select away games)
Phil Bourque The X at 105.9[16]
Tampa Bay Dave Randorf Brian Engblom Fox Sports Sun[17]
Dave Mishkin Phil Esposito (home games only)
Caley Chelios (away games only)
970 WFLA[18]
Toronto Gord Miller Ray Ferraro[19] TSN4
Chris Cuthbert Craig Simpson Sportsnet Ontario
Joe Bowen Jim Ralph Sportsnet 590
TSN 1050
Washington Joe Beninati Craig Laughlin
Alan May (rinkside on all home games)
NBC Sports Washington[20]
John Walton (primary)
Grady Whittenburg (during Walton's NHL on NBC assignments)
Ken Sabourin Federal News Radio

Western Conference[edit | edit source]

Team Play-by-play Color commentators Flagship Stations
Anaheim John Ahlers Brian Hayward Fox Sports Prime Ticket (most games)
Fox Sports West (select games)
KCOP (during conflicts with Kings and Clippers broadcasts)[21]
Steve Carroll Dan Wood Angels Radio AM 830
The Mighty 1090[21]
Arizona Matt McConnell Tyson Nash Fox Sports Arizona[22]
Bob Heethuis Paul Bissonnette[23] ESPN Phoenix 620 AM
Arizona Sports 98.7 FM[24]
Calgary Rick Ball Kelly Hrudey (primary)
Cassie Campbell-Pascall (during Hrudey's Hockey Night in Canada assignments)
Sportsnet West
Sportsnet Flames (during conflicts with Oilers broadcasts or other Sportsnet programming)[25]
Derek Wills Peter Loubardias Sportsnet 960
Chicago Pat Foley Eddie Olczyk (primary)
Steve Konroyd (during Olczyk's NHL on NBC assignments)
NBC Sports Chicago[26]
John Wiedeman Troy Murray WGN Radio (English Radio)
Héctor Lozano (primary)
Omar Ramos (during Lozano's Chicago Fire broadcasts)
Omar Ramos (primary)
Mateo Moreno (when Ramos is doing play-by-play)
Univision Deportes 1200 AM (Spanish Radio)
Colorado Marc Moser Peter McNab
Mark Rycroft (select games)
Conor McGahey Altitude Sports Radio
AM 950
Dallas Josh Bogorad Daryl Reaugh
Sarah Merrifield (rinkside)
Fox Sports Southwest[28]
The Ticket[29]
Edmonton Jack Michaels Louie DeBrusk Sportsnet West
Sportsnet Oilers (during conflicts with Flames broadcasts or other Sportsnet programming)[30]
Cam Moon (regionally televised games)
Jack Michaels (nationally televised games)
Bob Stauffer 630 CHED
Los Angeles Alex Faust Jim Fox Fox Sports West (most games)
Fox Sports Prime Ticket (select games)
KCOP (during conflicts with Ducks and Clippers broadcasts)[31]
Nick Nickson Daryl Evans IHeart Radio
Minnesota Anthony LaPanta Wes Walz (select games)
Ryan Carter (select games)
Lou Nanne (select games)
Gigi Marvin (select games)
Kevin Gorg (rinkside)
Fox Sports North[32]
Bob Kurtz (home games and select away games)
Paul Allen (select away games)
Jim Erickson (select away games)
Kevin Falness (select away games)
Joe O'Donnell (select away games)
Tom Reid 100.3 FM KFAN: The Fan
Nashville Willy Daunic[33] Chris Mason Fox Sports Tennessee[34]
Pete Weber Hal Gill 102.5 The Game
San Jose Randy Hahn Bret Hedican NBC Sports California[35]
Dan Rusanowsky Mark Smith (select games)
Scott Hannan (select games)
Sharks Audio Network ( and Sharks + SAP Center app)[36][37]
St. Louis John Kelly Darren Pang
Bernie Federko
Fox Sports Midwest[38]
Chris Kerber Joe Vitale 101 ESPN[39]
Vancouver John Shorthouse John Garrett Sportsnet Pacific
Sportsnet Canucks (during conflicts with other Sportsnet programming)[40]
Brendan Batchelor Corey Hirsch Sportsnet 650 Vancouver
Vegas Dave Goucher Shane Hnidy AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
Dan D'Uva Gary Lawless Fox Sports Radio Las Vegas (English Radio)
Jesus Lopez Herbert Castro 1460 ESPN Deportes (Spanish Radio)
Winnipeg Dennis Beyak (primary)
Brian Munz (during Beyak's World Juniors assignments)
Kevin Sawyer TSN3[41]
Paul Edmonds (primary)
Dennis Beyak (during select national TV broadcasts)
Brian Munz TSN 1290

National broadcasters[edit | edit source]

Canada[edit | edit source]

National television rights in Canada are held by Rogers Media. CBC Television, the previous over-the-air television broadcaster of the NHL, continues to participate in coverage to an extent: Rogers reached a deal with CBC to license the Hockey Night in Canada brand and maintain the network's traditional Saturday night games. HNIC games now airs nationally across CBC, City, and the Sportsnet channels, not split across CBC stations on a regional basis. FX Canada was originally also used to show games (usually simulcasts of all-American matchups) but has not carried regular season or playoff broadcasts since the first year of the Rogers contract. Sportsnet also airs a prime-time game of the week on Sunday nights, known as Hometown Hockey, and exclusive Wednesday night games. During the playoffs, games are split between CBC and the Sportsnet channels.

Additionally, the Quebecor Media-owned TVA Sports receives French-language rights as part of another sub-licensing deal with Rogers.

United States[edit | edit source]

National television rights in English and Spanish languages in the United States are held by NBC. During the regular season, most national broadcasts are on NBCSN, including an exclusive Wednesday night game. From January until the end of the season, an exclusive afternoon "Game of the Week" airs on the weekend on the NBC broadcast network. The NHL Network in the U.S. also regularly airs games but primarily simulcasts of either a regional or Canadian feed.

Selected games broadcast on NBCSN have syndication exclusivity instead of national exclusivity. For these games, NBCSN televises them nationally, but are blacked out in the teams' local markets in favor of the telecasts of their respective regional broadcaster. Most first round playoff games are also aired on a syndication-exclusivity basis; NBC holds national exclusivity to only a few selected first-round games, but then has it for the remaining three rounds of the playoffs. Playoff games are split between NBC, NBCSN, CNBC (during the first two rounds), and NHL Network (as an overflow channel). In 2015, USA Network also carried several first- and second-round games. In 2018, the Golf Channel was also used for some playoff games.

Also, starting in 2015, Telemundo Deportes, which is NBC Sports Group's Spanish-language sports division, started to carry NHL games in Spanish until the end of the network's current contract with the league in 2021. These Spanish-language simulcasts will be aired on NBC Universo and Telemundo.

International broadcasters[edit | edit source]

Africa[edit | edit source]

Country Broadcaster
Middle East and North Africa OSN Sports
Sub-Saharan Africa ESPN

Asia[edit | edit source]

Country Broadcaster
Asia iflixSEA
Flag of Hong Kong Hong Kong TVB Jade
Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Setanta Sports
Flag of China China CCTV
Flag of Tajikistan Tajikistan TV Varzish

^SEA - only available in Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Europe[edit | edit source]

Country Broadcaster
Flag of Austria Austria DAZN

Flag of Serbia Serbia
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina
Flag of Croatia Croatia
Flag of North Macedonia North Macedonia
Flag of Slovenia Slovenia
Flag of Montenegro Montenegro

Sport Klub
Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria Max Sport
Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic Nova Sport 1
Flag of Denmark Denmark TV3 Sport, Viaplay
Flag of Finland Finland Viasat Jääkiekko, Viaplay
Flag of France France Canal+ Sport
Flag of Germany Germany Sport 1, DAZN
Flag of Ireland Ireland Premier Sports
Flag of Netherlands Netherlands ESPN
Flag of North Macedonia.png North Macedonia Arena Sport
Flag of Norway Norway Viasport, Viaplay
Flag of Poland Poland TVP Sport
Flag of Portugal Portugal Sport TV
Flag of Russia Russia Yandex[42]
Flag of Slovakia Slovakia Nova Sport 1
Flag of Spain Spain Teledeporte
Movistar Deportes
Flag of Sweden Sweden Viasat Hockey, Viaplay
Flag of Switzerland Switzerland DAZN
Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom Premier Sports

Latin America[edit | edit source]

Country Broadcaster
Flag of Brazil Brazil ESPN Brasil
Flag of Mexico Mexico
Flag of Federal Republic of Central America Central America
Flag of Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
Sky Sports

Oceania[edit | edit source]

Country Broadcaster
Flag of Australia Australia Fox Sports

See also[edit | edit source]

NHL networks
Out-of-market packages

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Boston Bruins broadcasters
  2. Buffalo Sabres Broadcasters
  3. Buffalo Sabres Broadcasters
  4. 4.0 4.1 Carolina Hurricanes broadcasters
  5. Columbus Blue Jackets on TV
  6. Columbus Blue Jackets Radio Network
  7. Detroit Red Wings TV Announcers
  8. Detroit Red Wings Radio announcers
  9. 9.0 9.1 Florida Panthers broadcasters
  10. Montreal Canadiens schedule
  11. New Jersey Devils schedule
  12. MSG Plus Announces New York Islanders 2010-2011 Telecast Schedule
  13. New York Rangers schedule
  14. TSN Announces 2019-20 Ottawa Senators Broadcast Schedule, Featuring Regional Coverage of 55 Regular Season Games
  15. Philadelphia Flyers schedule
  16. 16.0 16.1 Pittsburgh Penguins Media Affiliates
  17. Tampa Bay Lightning schedule
  18. Tampa Bay Lightning Radio Network
  19. TSN Delivers 26 Regular Season Toronto Maple Leafs Games as Part of 2019-20 Regional NHL Broadcast
  20. Washington Capitals schedule
  21. 21.0 21.1 Anaheim Ducks broadcasters
  22. Phoenix Coyotes Television Information
  23. Bissonnette Joins Coyotes as Announcer/Ambassador (en-US).
  24. Phoenix Coyotes Radio Information
  25. Calgary Flames schedule
  26. Chicago Blackhawks schedule
  27. Colorado Avalanche schedule
  28. Dallas Stars Broadcast Information
  29. Dallas Stars Broadcast Information
  30. Edmonton Oilers TV schedule
  31. LA Kings Broadcast Information
  32. Minnesota Wild schedule
  34. Nashville Predators schedule
  35. San Jose Sharks schedule
  36. San Jose Sharks move all audio broadcasts online, end 20-year relationship with K-FOX
  37. Sharks Audio Network (en-US).
  38. St. Louis Blues schedule
  39. St. Louis Blues Radio Network
  40. Vancouver Canucks schedule
  41. Tait, Ed. "Jets Reach Broadcast Agreement With TSN", July 21, 2011. Retrieved on July 21, 2011. 
  42. Yandex to broadcast NHL games in Russia (en-US).

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