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The following is a list of the television networks (American, Canadian and French Canadian) and announcers that have broadcast Stanley Cup Finals series over the years.

American televisionEdit

National televisionEdit

2010sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
2016 NBC (Games 1, 4-6) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire Liam McHugh Mike Milbury and Keith Jones
NBCSN (Games 2-3)
2015 NBC (Games 1-2, 5-6) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire Liam McHugh Mike Milbury and Keith Jones
NBCSN (Games 3-4)
2014 NBC (Games 1-2, 5) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire Liam McHugh Mike Milbury and Keith Jones
NBCSN (Games 3-4)
2013 NBC (Games 1, 4-6) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire Liam McHugh Mike Milbury and Keith Jones
NBCSN (Games 2-3)
2012 NBC (Games 1-2, 5-6) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire Liam McHugh Mike Milbury and Keith Jones
NBCSN (Games 1-2, 5-7)
2011 NBC (Games 1-2, 5-7) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Joe Micheletti Liam McHugh Mike Milbury and Keith Jones
Versus (Games 3, 4) Pierre McGuire
2010 NBC (Games 1-2, 5-6) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire Pierre McGuire Mike Milbury and Keith Jones
Versus (Games 3, 4) Charissa Thompson and Bob Harwood Bill Patrick Keith Jones
  • 2011 - Expected announcers, subject to change.

2000sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
2009 NBC (Games 1-2, 5-7) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire Darren Pang Mike Milbury
Versus(Games 3-4) Chris Simpson and Bob Harwood Bill Patrick Keith Jones and Brian Engblom
2008 Versus(Games 1-2) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Chris Simpson and Bob Harwood Bill Patrick Keith Jones, Brian Engblomand Mark Messier
NBC (Games 3-6) Pierre McGuire Bob Neumeier Mike Milbury and Pierre McGuire
2007 Versus(Games 1–2) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Chris Simpson and Bob Harwood Bill Clement Keith Jones, Brian Engblomand Mark Messier
NBC (Games 3–5) Pierre McGuire Ray Ferraro and Brett Hull
2006 OLN (Games 1-2) Mike Emrick John Davidson Chris Simpson and Bob Harwood Bill Clement Keith Jones and Mark Messier
NBC (Games 3–7) Pierre McGuire Ray Ferraro and Eddie Olczyk
2005 Canceled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout.
2004 ESPN (Games 1-2) Gary Thorne Bill Clement and John Davidson Brian Engblom John Saunders Barry Melrose
ABC (Games 3-7)
2003 ESPN (Games 1-2) Mike Emrick Barry Melrose Mickey Redmond Al Michaels Cris Collinsworth and Heather Cox
ABC (Games 3-7)
2002 ESPN (Games 1-2) Gary Thorne Bill Clement Brian Engblom John Saunders Al Morganti
ABC (Games 3-5) Al Michaels Cris Collinsworth and Heather Cox
2001 ESPN (Games 1-2) Mike Emrick Barry Melrose Mickey Redmond John Saunders Al Morganti
ABC (Games 3–7) Al Michaels John Davidson
2000 ESPN (Games 1-2) Mike Emrick Barry Melrose Mickey Redmond Al Michaels Cris Collinsworth and Heather Cox
ABC (Games 3–6) Al Michaels

NotesEdit
  • As part of NBC's coverage, Pierre McGuire, while positioned as a rinkside reporter, provides color commentary from his vantage point - known as "Inside the Glass".

1990sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator Ice level reporters Studio Host Studio Analysts
1999 FOX (Games 1-2, 5) Mike Emrick John Davidson Pierre McGuire Suzy Kolber Terry Crisp
ESPN (Games 3-4, 6) Gary Thorne Bill Clement Brian Engblom John Saunders Barry Melrose
1998 FOX (Game 1) Mike Emrick John Davidson Pierre McGuire James Brown Dave Maloney
ESPN (Games 2-4) Gary Thorne Bill Clement Brian Engblom John Saunders Barry Melrose
1997 FOX (Game 1) Mike Emrick John Davidson Pierre McGuire James Brown Dave Maloney
ESPN (Games 2-4) Bill Clement John Saunders Barry Melrose
1996 FOX (Games 1, 3) Mike Emrick John Davidson Pierre McGuire James Brown Dave Maloney
ESPN (Games 2, 4) Gary Thorne Bill Clement Brian Engblom John Saunders Barry Melrose
1995 FOX (Games 1, 4) Mike Emrick John Davidson Pierre McGuire James Brown Dave Maloney
ESPN (Games 2-3) John Saunders Barry Melrose
1994 ESPN Gary Thorne Bill Clement Brian Engblom John Saunders Barry Melrose
1993 ESPN Gary Thorne Bill Clement Brian Engblom John Saunders Barry Melrose
1992 SportsChannel America Mike Emrick Bill Clement Gary Thorne Stan Fischler John Davidson
1991 SportsChannel America Mike Emrick Bill Clement Gary Thorne Stan Fischler John Davidson
1990 SportsChannel America Mike Emrick Bill Clement Gary Thorne Stan Fischler John Davidson

Notes:

FOX split coverage of the Stanley Cup Finals with ESPN. Game 1 of the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals was the 1st Finals game shown on network television since 1980 and the first in prime time since 1973. Games 1, 5, and 7 were usually scheduled to be televised by FOX; Games 2, 3, 4, and 6 on ESPN. However from 1995 -1998, the Finals were all 4 game sweeps; 1999 ended in 6 games. The consequence was that - except for 1995, when FOX did televise Game 4 - the Game 7 was never on network television. Had there been a Game 7, then Mike Emrick (play-by-play), John Davidson (color commentator), and Pierre McGuire (reporter) would have called the game on FOX. Perhaps of recognition of this, Games 3–7 were always televised by ABC in the succeeding broadcast agreement between the NHL and ABC Sports/ESPN.

Game 4 of the 1995 Final was notable because not only did the New Jersey Devils win the Stanley Cup, but also their main television play-by-play announcer, Mike Emrick announced it.

1980sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio Host Studio Analysts
1989 SportsChannel America Mike Emrick Bill Clement Gary Thorne Stan Fischler John Davidson
1988 ESPN Mike Emrick Bill Clement Tom Mees
1987 ESPN Mike Emrick Bill Clement Tom Mees Tom Mees John Davidson
1986 ESPN Sam Rosen Mickey Redmond Jim Kelly Tom Mees Mike Liut
1985 USA Mike Emrick Bill Clement Al Trautwig
1984 USA Mike Emrick Bill Clement Al Trautwig
1983 USA Mike Emrick Bill Clement Al Albert
1982 USA Mike Emrick Bill Clement Al Trautwig
1981 USA Mike Emrick Bill Clement Dave Hodge
1980 Hughes (Games 1-5) Al Michaels Bobby Clarke Frank Gifford Dave Hodge Don Cherry
CBS (Game 6) Mike Emrick Bill Clement Tim Ryan
NotesEdit

1970sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio host

Studio analysts

1979 NHL Mike Emrick Tim Ryan and Ted Lindsay Dave Hodge
1978 NHL Mike Emrick Tim Ryan and Ted Lindsay
1977 NHL Mike Emrick Tim Ryan and Ted Lindsay
1976 NHL Mike Emrick Tim Ryan and Ted Lindsay
1975 NBC (Games 2, 5) Tim Ryan Ted Lindsay Brian McFarlane
1974 NBC (Games 3-4, 6) Tim Ryan Ted Lindsay Brian McFarlane
1973 NBC (Games 1, 4-6) Tim Ryan Ted Lindsay Brian McFarlane
1972 CBS (Games 1, 4, 6) Dan Kelly Jim Gordon Harry Howell Jim Gordon
1971 CBS (Games 3, 6) Dan Kelly Jim Gordon Phil Esposito Jim Gordon
1970 CBS (Games 1, 4) Dan Kelly Bill Mazer Bill Mazer
NotesEdit
  • 1971 - CBS was not scheduled to broadcast Game 7, but showed the prime time contest after thousands of viewers called the network asking that it be broadcast. The game was blacked out in Chicago, as well as in much of the Midwest, in deference to theater TV.

Local televisionEdit

1990sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators
1999 FOX Sports Southwest Dave Strader Daryl Reaugh
1994 MSG Network (New York area) Sam Rosen Mickey Redmond
1992 KBL (Pittsburgh area; Games 1 & 2)
KDKA (Pittsburgh area; Games 3 & 4)
Mike Lange Paul Steigerwald
SportsChannel Chicago (Chicago area) Pat Foley Dale Tallon
1991 KBL (Pittsburgh area; Games 1, 2, & 5)
KDKA (Pittsburgh area; Games 3, 4, & 6)
Mike Lange Paul Steigerwald
Pay-Per-View (Minnesota area) Dave Hodge Lou Nanne
1990 NESN (Boston area; Games 1, 2, 5) Fred Cusick Derek Sanderson
WSBK (Boston area; Games 3, 4) Derek Sanderson

1980sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators
1988 WSBK (Boston area; Games 1, 2, 4b) Fred Cusick Derek Sanderson
NESN (Boston area; Games 3, 4a) Derek Sanderson and Dave Shea
1987 PRISM (Philadelphia area; Games 3-4, 6)
WGBS (Philadelphia area; Games 1-2, 5, 7) (all games used ESPN's feed)
Mike Emrick Bill Clement
1985 PRISM (Philadelphia area; Games 1, 2)
WTAF (Philadelphia area; Games 3, 4, 5)
Gene Hart Bobby Taylor
1984 SportsChannel New York (New York area; Games 1, 2)
WOR (New York area; Games 3, 4, 5)
Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall
1983 SportsChannel New York (New York area; Games 3, 4)
WOR (New York area; Games 1, 2)
Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall
1982 SportsChannel New York (New York area; Games 1, 2)
WOR (New York area; Games 3, 4)
Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall
1981 SportsChannel New York (New York area; Games 1, 2, 5)
WOR (New York area; Games 3, 4)
Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall
KMSP (Minnesota area) Bob Kurtz Tom Reid

1970sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1975 WTAF (Philadelphia area; Games 3, 4, 6) Don Earle and Gene Hart
WKBW (Buffalo area; Games 1, 3, 4, 6) Ted Darling Pat Hannigan
1974 WSBK (Boston area; Games 1, 2, 4, 5) Fred Cusick Johnny Peirson
WTAF (Philadelphia area; Games 1, 2, 5) Don Earle and Gene Hart
1973 WGN (Chicago area; Game 2) Jim West
1972 WSBK (Boston area; Games 2, 3, 5) Fred Cusick Johnny Peirson
WOR (New York area; Games 2, 5)
MSG Network (New York area; Game 3)
Tim Ryan Jim Gordon
1971 WGN (Chicago area; Game 4) Jim West
1970 WSBK (Boston area; Games 2, 3) Don Earle
KPLR (St. Louis area; Games 2, 3) Dan Kelly

1960sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1962 WGN Joe Wilson Lloyd Pettit

American local/national coverage policy for Stanley Cup FinalsEdit

  • 1995 – present: National coverage (network and cable) exclusive.
  • 19811994: Local coverage permitted for all games. National coverage (cable) not exclusive.
  • 19761979: National coverage on syndicated networks exclusive.
  • 19681975: Local coverage permitted for non-network games. National network telecasts exclusive.

Canadian televisionEdit

National televisionEdit

2010sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color Commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
2010 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Christine Simpson Ron MacLean Don Cherry
NotesEdit
  • 2010 - Similar to NBC's Pierre McGuire, CBC's Christine Simpson is positioned between the team benches and provides color commentary in addition to reporting.

2000sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color Commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
2009 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Christine Simpson Ron MacLean Don Cherry and Kelly Hrudey
2008 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Christine Simpson Ron MacLean Don Cherry and Kelly Hrudey
2007 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Christine Simpson Ron MacLean Don Cherry and Kelly Hrudey
2006 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Christine Simpson Ron MacLean Don Cherry and Kelly Hrudey
2005 Canceled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout.
2004 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Oake Ron MacLean Don Cherry
2003 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
2002 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
2001 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
2000 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry

1990sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1999 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1998 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1997 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Oake Scott Russell Kelly Hrudey
1996 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1995 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1994 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Scott Russell Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1993 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1992 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1991 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1990 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Chris Cuthbert Ron MacLean Don Cherry
NotesEdit

1980sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1989 CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1988 Global (Games 1, 2) Dan Kelly John Davidson Jim Tatti Dave Hodge
CBC (Games 3, 4a, 4b) Bob Cole Harry Neale Chris Cuthbert Ron MacLean Don Cherry
1987 CBC (Games 1, 2, 6, 7) Bob Cole Harry Neale Chris Cuthbert Ron MacLean Don Cherry
Global Dan Kelly John Davidson Jim Tatti Dave Hodge
1986 CTV (Games 1, 2) Dan Kelly Ron Reusch Dan Matheson Brad Park
CBC (Games 3, 4, 5) Bob Cole John Davidson Dick Irvin, Jr. Dave Hodge Don Cherry
1985 CBC (Games 1, 2) Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer Dave Hodge Don Cherry
CTV (Games 3, 4, 5) Dan Kelly Ron Reusch Brad Park Dan Matheson Dave Maloney
1984 CBC Bob Cole Mickey Redmond John Wells Dave Hodge Don Cherry
1983 CBC Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer John Wells Dave Hodge Don Cherry
1982 CBC Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer Steve Armitage Dave Hodge Don Cherry
1981 CBC Bob Cole Mickey Redmond Gary Dornhoefer Dave Hodge
1980 CBC Bob Cole Dick Irvin, Jr. Gary Dornhoefer Dave Hodge Don Cherry
NotesEdit
  • Game 4 (May 24) of the 1988 Stanley Cup Finals is well-known for fog that interfered with the game and a power outage that caused its cancellation before a faceoff. The game ended with the Edmonton Oilers and Boston Bruins tied at 3–3. CBC televised the first Game 4 as well as the "official" fourth game (on May 26), for which the Oilers won 6-3.
  • Even though CTV decided to pull the plug on their two year old (lasting from 1984–85 through 1985–86) NHL broadcasting venture with the Carling O'Keefe brewing company (citing low ratings and an inability to clear other programming for both regular season and playoff telecasts), Carling O'Keefe retained their rights. This soon lead to them syndicating 1987 and 1988 playoff telecasts on a chain of channels that would one day become the Global Television Network. The Global Television Network broadcasts were aired under the names Stanley Cup '87 and Stanley Cup '88, before a merger between Carling O'Keefe and Molson (the presenters of Hockey Night in Canada on CBC) put an end to the competition.
    • Contrary to the broadcasts from the previous CTV deal (in which they split the Stanley Cup Finals coverage with CBC), the Canwest-Global telecasts were network exclusive, except for Game 7 of the 1987 Finals. Therefore, both CBC and Canwest-Global televised the seventh game while using separate production facilities and separate on-air talent.
    • In 1988, Global had the rights to the sixth and seventh games of the Finals, which ultimately, were not necessary.
  • For the 1984–85 and 1985–86 seasons, CTV aired regular season games on Friday nights (and some Sunday afternoons) as well as partial coverage of the playoffs and Stanley Cup Finals. While Molson continued to present Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday nights on CBC, rival brewery Carling O'Keefe began airing Friday Night Hockey on CTV. This marked the first time since beginning broadcasting in 1952 that CBC was not the lone over-the-air network broadcaster of the National Hockey League in Canada.
  • In 1986, CBC only televised Games 1 and 2 in Montreal and Calgary. CBC would go on to televise Games 3, 4 and 5 nationally. When CTV televised Games 1 and 2, both games were blacked out in Montreal and Calgary. Had the series gone to a seventh game, then both CBC and CTV would have televised it while using their own production facilities and crews.
  • In 1985, CBC televised Games 1 and 2 nationally while Games 3, 4 and 5 were televised in Edmonton only. CTV televised Games 3, 4, and 5 nationally while games were blacked out in Edmonton.
  • In 1980, Bob Cole, Dan Kelly and Jim Robson shared play-by-play duties for CBC's coverage. Cole did play-by-play for the first half of Games 1, 2 and 5. Meanwhile, Kelly did play-by-play for the second half Games 1-5 (Kelly also did called the overtime period of Game 1). Finally, Robson did play-by-play for first half of Games 3 and 4 and Game 6 entirely. In essence this would mean that Cole or Robson would do play-by-play for the first period and the first half of the second period. Therefore, at the closest stoppage of play near the 10 minute mark of the second period, Cole or Robson would hand off the call to Kelly for the duration of the game.

1970sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1979 CBC Dan Kelly Dick Irvin, Jr. Gary Dornhoefer Dave Hodge
1978 CBC Dan Kelly Dick Irvin, Jr. Glenn Resch Dave Hodge
1977 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Dave Hodge
1976 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Dave Hodge
1975 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Dave Hodge
1974 CBC Bill Hewitt Dick Irvin, Jr. Brian McFarlane Dave Hodge
1973 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Dave Hodge
1972 CTV Bill Hewitt Brian McFarlane Dave Hodge
1971 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Ward Cornell
1970 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Brian McFarlane Ward Cornell
NotesEdit
  • 1970 - The most commonly seen video clip of Bobby Orr's famous overtime goal ("The Flight") in Game 4 is the American version broadcast on CBS as called by Dan Kelly. This archival clip can be considered a rarity, since about 98% of the time, any surviving kinescopes or videotapes of the actual telecasts of hockey games from this era usually emanate from CBC's coverage. According to Dick Irvin, Jr.'s book My 26 Stanley Cups (Irvin was in the CBC booth with Danny Gallivan during the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals), he was always curious why even the CBC prototypically uses the CBS replay of the Bobby Orr goal (with Dan Kelly's commentary) instead of Gallivan's call. The explanation that Irvin received was that the CBC's master tape of the game (along with others) was thrown away in order clear shelf space at the network.

1960sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1969 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Ward Cornell
1968 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Ward Cornell
1967 CBC Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr. Brian McFarlane Ward Cornell
1966 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Ward Cornell
1965 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Ward Cornell
1964 CBC Bill Hewitt Bob Goldham Ward Cornell
1963 CBC Bill Hewitt Bob Goldham Ward Cornell
1962 CBC Bill Hewitt Bob Goldham Brian McFarlane Ward Cornell
1961 CBC Bill Hewitt Bob Goldham Ward Cornell
1960 CBC Foster Hewitt Keith Dancy Bill Hewitt Ward Cornell
NotesEdit
  • The 1961 Stanley Cup Finals were almost not televised in Canada at all. At that time, the CBC only had rights to the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs' games; home games only during the season and all games in the playoffs. However, with both the Canadiens and Maple Leafs eliminated in the semi-finals, the CBC's worst nightmare became reality. The CBC had to conceive a way to carry the Finals between the Chicago Black Hawks and Detroit Red Wings or face public revolt. According to lore, the CBC found a way to link their Windsor viewers as having a vested interest in the Finals with the across the river Red Wings. Thus, CBC was able to carry the series after inking special contracts with the Red Wings and Black Hawks as a service to the Windsor market. From Windsor, CBC linked the signal to Toronto and they relayed the coverage Dominion-wide. From there, Canadians were able to see the Finals with nary a glitch in the coverage.
  • 1966 - To accommodate the American TV coverage on NBC (1966 marked the first time that a Stanley Cup Finals game was to be nationally broadcast on American network television), Game 1 of the Finals was shifted to a Sunday afternoon. This in return, was the first time ever that a National Hockey League game was played on a Sunday afternoon in Montreal. While Games 1 and 4 of the NBC broadcasts were televised in color, CBC carried these games and all other games in black and white.

1950sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1959 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Bill Hewitt Ward Cornell
1958 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Wes McKnight
1957 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Wes McKnight
1956 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Wes McKnight
1955 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Wes McKnight
1954 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Wes McKnight
1953 CBC Danny Gallivan Keith Dancy Wes McKnight
NotesEdit
  • 1954 - CBC's coverage of Games 3, 4 and 5 were joined in progress at 9:30 p.m. (approximately one hour after start time). Meanwhile, CBC joined Game 6 in at 10:00 p.m. (again, one hour after start time). Game 7 was carried Dominion wide (nationwide) from opening the face off at 9:00 p.m. Since Game 7 was played on Good Friday night, there were no commercials (Imperial Oil was the sponsor).

Local televisionEdit

1980sEdit

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1986 CBMT (Montreal) and CBRT (Calgary) Don Wittman John Davidson Dave Hodge Don Cherry
1985 CBXT (Games 3, 4, 5) Don Wittman John Davidson Dave Hodge Don Cherry

Radio[edit] Edit

2010s Edit

ear Flagship station Play-by-play Color commentators Ice Level Reporter
2016 NBC Sports Radio (Continental)

WXDX (Pittsburgh)
KUFX (San Jose)

Kenny Albert

Mike Lange
Dan Rusanowsky

Paul Steigerwald
Ron MacLean
Joe Micheletti

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