List of NHL Entry Draft broadcasters

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The following is a list of broadcasters of the NHL Entry Draft.

2010s[edit]

Year Network (Canada) Network (US) Host Analyst(s) Reporter(s)
2014 TSN (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)
NBCSN (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)
James Duthie and Gord Miller (Day 1)
Mark Roe (Day 2)
Pierre McGuire, Craig Button and Bob McKenzie (Day 1)
Dave Reid, Craig Button, Bob McKenzie and Jamie McLennan (Day 2)
Darren Dreger and Ryan Rishaug (Day 1)
E.J. Hradek (Day 2)
2013 TSN NBCSN
NHL Network
James Duthie and Gord Miller Ray Ferraro, Pierre McGuire and Bob McKenzie Darren Dreger, Ryan Rishaug and Craig Button
2012 TSN (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)
NBCSN and CNBC (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)
James Duthie and Gord Miller (Day 1)
Brian Duff (Day 2)
Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire (Day 1)
Craig Button, Bob McKenzie, Peter Loubardias and E.J. Hradek (Day 2)
Darren Dreger, Ryan Rishaug and Craig Button (Day 1)
Kathryn Tappen (Day 2)
2011[1] TSN (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)[1]
Versus (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)
James Duthie and Gord Miller (Day 1)
Brian Duff (Day 2)[1]
Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire (Day 1)
Craig Button and E.J. Hradek (Day 2)[1]
Darren Dreger and Ryan Rishaug (Day 1)
Deb Placey (Day 2)[1]
2010 TSN (Day 1)[2]
NHL Network (Day 2)[3]
Versus (Day 1)[2]
NHL Network (Day 2)[3]
James Duthie and Gord Miller (Day 1)[2]
Dan Pollard (Day 2)[3]
Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire (Day 1)[2]
Craig Button (Day 2)
Darren Dreger and Ryan Rishaug (Day 1)[2]
Heidi Androl (Day 2)[3]

2000s[edit]

Year Network (Canada) Network (US) Host Analyst(s) Reporter(s)
2009 TSN (Day 1)[4]
NHL Network (Day 2)[5]
Versus (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)
James Duthie and Gord Miller (Day 1)[4]
Dan Pollard (Day 2)[5]
Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire (Day 1)[4]
Craig Button (Day 2)[5]
Darren Dreger and Ryan Rishaug (Day 1)[4]
Brian Duff (Day 2)[5]
2008 TSN (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)[6]
Versus (Day 1)
NHL Network (Day 2)[6]
James Duthie and Gord Miller (Day 1)
Dan Pollard (Day 2)[6]
Bob McKenzie, and Pierre McGuire (Day 1)
Brian Duff, Bob McKenzie, and Craig Button (Day 2)[6]
Darren Dreger and Sara Orlesky (Day 1)
Todd Lewis and Gary Green (Day 2)[6]
2007 TSN Versus James Duthie and Gord Miller Bob McKenzie, Pierre McGuire, and Doug MacLean Darren Dreger and Sara Orlesky
2006 TSN Versus Gord Miller Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire James Duthie
2005 TSN[7] Gord Miller[7] Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire[7] James Duthie[7]
2004 TSN[8] Gord Miller Bob McKenzie, Brian Burke, and Pierre McGuire Dave Strader
2003 TSN ESPN2 Gord Miller Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire Dave Strader
2002 TSN ESPN2 Gord Miller Bob McKenzie and Pierre McGuire
2001 CTV Sportsnet ESPN2 Darren Dreger Scott Morrison and Mike Brophy Craig Simpson, Jamie Campbell, and Dave Ryan
2000 CTV Sportsnet ESPN2 Jim Hughson Mike Brophy Darren Dreger and Craig Simpson

1990s[edit]

Year Network (Canada) Network (US) Host Analyst(s) Reporter(s)
1999 CTV Sportsnet ESPN2 Jim Hughson Greg Millen Craig Simpson
1998 TSN ESPN2 Dave Hodge Bob McKenzie Gary Green and Steve Levy
1997 TSN ESPN2 Gord Miller Bob McKenzie Gary Green and Paul Romanuk
1996 TSN ESPN2 Paul Romanuk Bob McKenzie Gary Green and Gord Miller
1995 TSN ESPN2 Paul Romanuk Bob McKenzie Gary Green and Rod Smith
1994 TSN ESPN2 Paul Romanuk Bob McKenzie and Bill Clement Gary Green, Tom Mees, and Al Morganti
1993 TSN John Wells Bob McKenzie Paul Romanuk and Gary Green
1992 TSN SportsChannel America John Wells Bob McKenzie Paul Romanuk and Jim Van Horne
1991 TSN SportsChannel America John Wells Bob McKenzie Paul Romanuk and Jim Van Horne
1990 TSN SportsChannel America John Wells Bob McKenzie Paul Romanuk and Jim Van Horne

1980s[edit]

Year Network (Canada) Network (US) Host Analyst(s) Reporter(s)
1989 TSN SportsChannel America Jim Hughson Bob McKenzie and Bill Watters Paul Romanuk and Jim Van Horne
1988 TSN Jim Hughson Bob McKenzie and Bill Watters Paul Romanuk and Jim Van Horne
1987 TSN Jim Hughson Bob McKenzie and Bill Watters Paul Romanuk and Jim Van Horne

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "TSN to host live coverage of NHL Entry Draft". TSN. Retrieved 24 July 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "WALL-TO-WALL COVERAGE OF NHL ENTRY DRAFT LIVE ON TSN, TSN.CA". TSN. Bell Media. Retrieved 24 July 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d "NHL Network Entry Draft programming". NHL Network. NHL.com. Retrieved 24 July 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c d "TSN AND TSN.CA PROVIDE EXTENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE NHL DRAFT". TSN. Bell Media. Retrieved 24 July 2011. 
  5. ^ a b c d "TSN's Coverage of 2009 NHL Entry Draft Announced". Broadcaster. Business Information Group. Retrieved 24 July 2011. 
  6. ^ a b c d e "TSN Shines the Spotlight on NHL Stars of the Future with Comprehensive Coverage of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft". Channel Canada. ChannelCanada.com. Retrieved 24 July 2011. 
  7. ^ a b c d Busby, Ian. "No big changes slated for HNIC". Calgary Sun. Retrieved 24 July 2011. 
  8. ^ Zelkovich, Chris (June 28, 2004). "Euro's one-man show a thing of beauty". Toronto Star. Retrieved 24 July 2011.