Judd Sirott

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Judd Sirott (born January 1969) is an American sportscaster on WBZ-FM's coverage of the Boston Bruins where he replaced Dave Goucher as the radio voice of the Bruins starting with the 2017-18 season. He previously appeared on WGN-AM's broadcasts of the Chicago Blackhawks where he served as the pregame, intermission and post game host.

He also has done work for the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, and Chicago Cubs baseball, when his duties included play-by-play during the 5th inning, scoreboard updates for other MLB games throughout the broadcast, and hosting the pregame and postgame shows on WGN Radio. When the Cubs changed their flagship station to WBBM, Sirott did not make the move opting to stay with WGN.

Previously, Sirott was the broadcast voice of the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League for 12 seasons.

Judd graduated from Buffalo Grove High School in 1987 and the University of Michigan in 1991. Sirott is the nephew of veteran Chicago broadcaster Bob Sirott.

References[edit]

  • "Judd Sirott profile". WGN Radio 720. Retrieved 2010-04-26.