The host of “NHL Game Day” every weekday morning, Steve brings an infectious passion and energy for the game to the program. He hosted TSN’s “That’s Hockey 2Nite”, “That’s Hockey 2Day”. Steve began his career at TSN as an associate producer in 1990, working at the network for seven years before joining The Score television network, where he led all their hockey coverage. Steve has also worked for CBC, CBS, ESPN and NBC.
Boomer hosts The Point and Face Off, as he looks back at the night before on The Point and looks ahead to the nights action on Face Off. He believes in the beauty of a 6-5 hockey game, loves offense, bad defense, bigger nets, people who speak their minds, teams that build through the draft, and the power of The Norris Trophy.
Gord brings almost four decades of NHL hockey experience to “Stellick and Simmer”. After management stints with the Toronto Maple Leafs and New York Rangers, Stellick began his broadcasting career as the radio colour voice for Maple Leaf games, in addition to hosting an afternoon show on The FAN 590 in Toronto. His involvement with The FAN continues today as the host of their Maple Leafs’ radio broadcasts. Stellick has appeared as an analyst going back to the “Rinkside” television show on the American Hockey League until currently with Sportsnet. He has also worked at The Score and TSN. Stellick has authored or co-authored three books about his life in NHL hockey.
As the Host of Ice Cap, Nick takes a look back at the night’s action in the NHL with highlights and postgame reaction for all the rinks. Nick also takes great pride in winning in fantasy hockey league for 5 years in a row. Get his great fantasy hockey knowledge and more on Ice Cap.
Ryan has been in the sports broadcasting industry for over 15 years and has made stops at the Score Television Network as well as Rogers Television. A hockey fanatic, Ryan has his take on Paton’s Place on NHL Game Day during the day on Sirius XM NHL Network Radio.
It’s only natural Mick is with Sirius XM NHL Network Radio, after a childhood spent collecting hockey cards, and freezing in net playing road hockey in Edmonton and Ottawa. He believes in 4-on-4 hockey all the time, and goalie fights. Hockey heroes include Ken Dryden, Gilles Meloche, and Len Frig. In addition to producing “NHL Game Day” every weekday afternoon, Mick also writes about a variety of hockey topics on this website an hosts Under Review 1p-2p taking calls across North America.
He was raised in North Carolina played his junior hockey in the OHL and was drafted in the second round 56th overall in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft by the Minnesota Wild and played in 334 NHL Games with Kings, Oilers, Hurricanes, Coyotes and Wild. Patrick brings his strong opinions and knowledge of the game as a recently retired player as he co-hosts The Power Play with Scott Laughlin Monday-Friday at 3pm ET.
Catch Michelle Sturino on Ice Cap giving listeners an energetic and fun approach to the game. She’s worked in junior hockey and covered the NHL for CityTV, CityNewsChannel and Sportsnet. Follow her on Twitter @MichelleSturino.
Scott hosts “The Power Play” every weekday afternoon, talking to the top names in hockey. Sports and music are his two greatest passions, specifically the NHL and 80’s Hard Rock and Metal. Having worked in sports media since 1992, Scott has seen it all over the years, covering every major pro sport. However, in the end, it’s the NHL and its players and coaches that have been the most enjoyable personalities to deal with.
A veteran of more than 650 NHL games as a player, Mike Johnson brings his expertise to NHL Network Radio and NHL Game Day as co-host with Steve Kouleas. Between Network appearances, he also can be heard on TSN's Canadiens regional game broadcasts as a color commentator.
Better known as Lippa, Mike has been with NHL Network Radio for seven years. He handles a variety of important roles for the channel including producing, technically operating, co-hosting and providing NHL updates. There has not been one show during the week or weekend on our channel that Mike has not assisted in, or had an important role in advising in.