Foster William Alfred "Bill" Hewitt (8 December 1928 in Toronto – 25 December 1996 in Port Perry, Ontario) was a Canadian radio and television sportscaster. He was the son of hockey broadcaster Foster Hewitt and the grandson of Toronto Star sports journalist W. A. Hewitt.
After graduation, Bill Hewitt took a broadcasting job at CJRL in Kenora, Ontario. He was then hired as sports director of CFOS in Owen Sound, Ontario, and later held the same title at CKBB in Barrie. In 1951, his father launched CKFH in Toronto and the younger Hewitt became its sports director at age 23. In the mid fifties, Hewitt began substituting on Maple Leafs broadcasts when his father was given other assignments by the CBC, such as covering the Ice Hockey World Championships or Winter Olympics. By 1958, the two Hewitts were working together in the booth on Leafs games. Foster eventually returned to radio and for the next two decades, Bill Hewitt was the TV voice of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
In 1981, a health issue forced Hewitt out of the broadcast booth at the relatively young age of 53.
- Heard during a hockey brawl in 1959
- Heard during game 3 of the 1967 Stanley Cup finals won by Toronto
- Heard during the final moments of the 1967 Stanley Cup finals