Randy Hahn

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Randy Hahn (born October 21, 1958) is a play-by-play commentator for the San Jose Sharks on Comcast SportsNet California, and has held that position for over 17 seasons. He has over 25 years of broadcast experience, mostly in hockey. He broadcast his 1,000th Sharks game on December 5, 2009, when the San Jose Sharks faced the Calgary Flames in San Jose. Along with analyst partner Drew Remenda, Hahn has won five Northern California Emmy Awards in the "On Camera Sports" section; one in 1999, and others in 2002, 2005, and 2008. Hahn was a PBP announcer in Konami's NHL Blades of Steel '99 and 2K Sports' NHL 2K9, NHL 2K10,[1] and NHL 2K11.

Early life and career[edit]

Hahn got his start in broadcasting on-air at CKWR in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory.

Hahn and Rick Davis called the final of the first FIFA Women's World Cup from Guangzhou, China for SportsChannel America in November 1991.

Some of his other TV and radio work has been with the San Diego Sockers, Los Angeles Kings, Vancouver Canucks, and Edmonton Oilers.

Shortly before the Sharks were formed, Hahn was vice president of a non-profit organization known as Pro Hockey San Jose. The purpose was to draw attention to the newly approved arena in the city, and hopefully acquire an NHL team for San Jose.

Personal life[edit]

Hahn is a native of Edmonton, Alberta. Hahn was married to Roberta Gonzales, a weather reporter for KPIX-TV.

On June 8, 1995, Hahn was arrested on a charge of drug possession after signing for a package containing amphetamines that was delivered to his home in Orland Park, Illinois.[2] The charges were dropped a week later after the police realized that Hahn had been set up by a stalker who was after his wife, who was then the morning meteorologist for WMAQ-TV in Chicago.[3]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Hartjen, Ray (2013-07-17). "Five Reasons NorCal Fans Love the San Jose Sharks". Yahoo! Sports. Retrieved 2013-07-18. 
  2. ^ "Broadcaster Hahn Held on Drug Charge". The Chicago-Sun Times. June 9, 1995. 
  3. ^ "Sharks TV guy gets inside look at jail". Edmonton Journal. March 10, 1996.