Al Morganti

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Michael "Al" Morganti is a nationally recognized hockey analyst who has covered the National Hockey League (NHL) and international competitions. He is currently a pre and post-game analyst for the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL for games broadcast on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and occasionally, The Comcast Network. He is also a sports radio personality for 94 WIP in Philadelphia along with co-hosts Angelo Cataldi, Rhea Hughes, and fellow Flyers broadcast crew member, Keith Jones. Airing weekday mornings from 5:30 a.m. till 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, "The Morning Show” is the highest rated sports radio show in the Philadelphia area.[citation needed]

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Originally from Boston and a product of Boston University,[citation needed] Morganti started his journalism career there, writing for The Boston Globe.[citation needed] He then became The Atlanta Constitution hockey beat writer, covering the Atlanta Flames.[citation needed] Before joining the Flyers' broadcast crew, he was previously a regular hockey analyst for ESPN from 1993–2005 and a hockey writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer. He has been a co-host for "The Morning Show” on WIP since the early 1990s. He has also covered several Olympic Games, Canada Cups, World Cups, Wimbledon, and America's Cup competitions. The annual eating contest, Wing Bowl, was the brainchild of Al Morganti.[1]

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