Pete Weber

Pete Weber is the play-by-play voice of the NHL's Nashville Predators, a position he has held with the organization since the team's first season (the 1998–99 NHL season).

In the past, Weber has served as color commentator for the NHL's Los Angeles Kings and NFL's Buffalo Bills. He was radio play-by-play voice of the NHL's Buffalo Sabres, and called National Basketball Association's Seattle Supersonics[1] on the SonicsSuperChannel. Pete's association with the Bills also featured his hosting of the team's pre- and post-game radio shows 1986–1993, and hosting the radio shows with GM Bill Polian, Head Coach Marv Levy, and QB Jim Kelly.

His partner on Predators broadcasts since the dawn of the franchise has been Terry Crisp, winner of three Stanley Cups: two as a player, one as a coach.

Weber is a native of Galesburg, Illinois. He and his wife Claudia currently reside in Nashville, Tennessee.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Predators broadcasters: Pete Weber, Play-by-play announcer. Retrieved on 2010-08-13.
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