Frank Seravalli

Frank Seravalli joins TSN as its Senior Hockey Reporter, covering the NHL beat for TSN.ca and also appearing on SportsCentre, Tim Hortons That’s Hockey and TSN Radio.
Seravalli worked for eight years with the Philadelphia Daily News, covering the Flyers and other news stories from around the National Hockey League.

Kristen Shilton

Kristen Shilton covers the Toronto Maple Leafs throughout the year for TSN.ca and TSN Radio 1050 Toronto – the team’s official radio broadcaster.

Brian Spanton

A former player with Canada’s national senior men’s team, Brian Spanton is a Rugby Analyst.
Spanton has been a part of TSN’s rugby broadcast team since 1991, covering every Rugby World Cup televised on the network.

Kara Wagland

Kara Wagland is an anchor and reporter for Sportscentre, Canada’s most-watched sports news and information show.
In 2014, Wagland hosted Wimbledon Primetime on TSN, delivering evening recaps of the tournament, which included historic performances from Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard. She also hosted TSN’s coverage of the U.S. Open.

Rick Westhead

As the network’s Senior Correspondent, award-winning investigative journalist Rick Westhead breaks news and creates original content for TSN properties. In writing for TSN.ca and reporting on SPORTSCENTRE, Westhead takes on controversial issues in sports and sports business, uncovering the latest details and offering his own unique perspective.

Luke Wileman

Luke Wileman provides play-by-play commentary for TSN’s soccer coverage, including MLS ON TSN, calling the action for the Vancouver Whitecaps, Montreal Impact, and Toronto FC.
Wileman has also hosted international soccer coverage for TSN, including English Premier League, UEFA Europa League, and UEFA EURO 2012 and 2016 from the TSN studio alongside Kristian Jack.

Tessa Bonhomme

Olympic gold medalist Tessa Bonhomme is a reporter and anchor for Sportscentre, Canada’s most-watched sports news and information show. A member of the National Women’s Team since 2004, Tessa Bonhomme made her Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 where she helped Canada win a third straight gold medal.

Tracy Wilson

A decorated competitor with a lifelong passion for the sport, Tracy Wilson is one of world’s most in-demand figure skating broadcasters. She appears as an analyst for coverage on TSN and CTV.

Colby Armstrong

After a 12 year NHL career playing for the Thrashers, Penguins, Maple Leafs and Canadiens, Colby turned his on-ice success into a career in broadcasting. Colby’s lends his vast knowledge of the game and infectious personality as an analyst in Canada for Sportsnet’s NHL coverage and in Pittsburgh for AT&T Sportsnet

Hazel Mae

A veteran of the Canadian broadcast industry, Hazel started out at Rogers Sportsnet before moving on to stints in the U.S. at NESN and MLB Network. In 2011, it was announced she would return to Sportsnet.