• This Is Why You Preview Music – NOT SAFE FOR WORK or YOUNG EARS

    This Is Why You Preview Music – NOT SAFE FOR WORK or YOUNG EARS0

    Oh Snoop Dogg.  D, to the O, to the double-G.  You’re a youth football coach, your songs have been part of sports at all levels for decades.  You’ve found your way into the hockey community before most people even knew what hockey was.  But man, your performance at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition was over

  • Minter Coins His Place in Canes History

    Minter Coins His Place in Canes History0

    Wade Minter is in his second year as the P. A. announcer of the Carolina Hurricanes.  You may have seen him on ESPN after he scored a goal during a celebrity hockey game last year, and then announced himself as scoring the goal.  Who gets that opportunity??? Canes Country – From the Stands to the

  • Senators Make Organist A Jukebox

    Senators Make Organist A Jukebox0

    The Ottawa Senators sent out a social media request for music tonight, but it wasn’t aimed at their DJ Alex Marchand.  It was their first-year organist Eric Sauve who took the brunt of requests during the pre-game before tonight’s game against Boston.  It’s not the first time this season the Senators have done this, which

  • Announcer Line-ups

    Announcer Line-ups0

    We’ve begun posting the daily P. A. announcer line-ups on Twitter.  Find them by following us @SportsAnnouncin.  You can also see the tweets at the bottom of the home page on our Twitter feed.  We’re also working on posting the line-ups daily on the website as well.  So far, we’re tracking the P. A. announcers

  • Mark Lewis Presented With Mic As Gift

    Mark Lewis Presented With Mic As Gift0

    Mark Lewis decided to retire at the end of last National Hockey League season as the Edmonton Oilers look to open a new arena.  It opened a huge search for a new P. A. announcer which saw over 100 applicants tryout for the position. But how do you honor someone who has been your voice

  • Bourgeois Is New Oilers P. A. Announcer

    Bourgeois Is New Oilers P. A. Announcer0

    The Edmonton Oilers are steeped in tradition and with the opening of a new area, a new tradition starts as Scott Bourgeois is the new voice of the Oilers.  He replaces Mark Lewis who stepped down with the closing of Rexall Place. The news came in the form of a brief note at the end

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