Paul Hollingsworth

Paul Hollingsworth, Adventure and Sports Speakers, SportsCentre Halifax, Profile Image

Paul Hollingsworth is an anchor/reporter based out of Halifax and is a correspondent for SportsCentre, TSN’s flagship news and information program.

Hollingsworth joined TSN in November 2001. His current responsibilities include reporting on sports stories in and around the Halifax. In addition to his duties in the Halifax area, Hollingsworth reports on baseball for TSN, having covered the last five World Series, the last three Toronto Blue Jays’ Spring Training camps and the 2006 World Baseball Classic.

Natasha Staniszewski

Natasha Staniszewski, Adventure and Sports Speaker, TSN Talent, Profile Image

Natasha is a Toronto reporter and host for SportsCentre, TSN’s flagship news and information show. Born and raised in Edmonton, Natasha began her career in 2006 at CTV Yorkton, initially working as a news reporter before moving to sports reporting at CTV Prince Albert. In 2007, Natasha relocated to CTV Saskatoon as the station’s sports anchor and reporter covering the WHL and university athletics.

Milt Stegall

Milt Stegall, Adventure and Sports Speaker, CFL, TSN, Profile Image

In 2008, the CFL on TSN made an off-season addition of former Winnipeg Blue Bombers receiver Milt Stegall as guest analyst. Stegall is the CFL’s all-time leading receiver in both receiving touchdowns (144) and career yardage (15,071), and also holds the CFL record for most touchdowns scored (147). In 2006, Stegall was named one of the TSN Top 50 CFL Players of the modern era (#15).

Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson, Adventure and Sports Speaker, TSN, NHL, Profile Image

A veteran of more than 650 NHL games, Mike Johnson joined the newly created TSN Jets channel as a hockey analyst for Winnipeg Jets games. Johnson has been a hockey broadcaster at TSN since 2008, including as the main analyst for TSN’s coverage of the IIHF World Championship. He has also served as an NHL on TSN studio analyst and is also a frequent contributor to That’s Hockey on TSN.

Matt Dunigan

Matt Dunigan, Adventure and Sports Speaker, CFL, TSN, Profile Image

Following a successful college career at Louisiana Tech, Matt Dunigan broke into the CFL in 1983 with the Edmonton Eskimos. Dunigan played for six teams throughout his storied 14-year CFL career. He won two Grey Cups – 1987 with the Eskimos and 1991 with the Toronto Argonauts. The All-Star quarterback passed for nearly 44,000 yards in his career and rushed 850 times for 5,031 yards and 77 touchdowns. Of these total yards, 713 yards came in a single regular season game against Edmonton when Dunigan played for Winnipeg – a CFL record that still stands.

Mark Masters

Mark Masters, Adventure and Sports Speaker, TSN, CFL, Profile Image

Having joined the TSN team in 2011, Mark Masters works as the network’s dedicated hockey reporter throughout the season, providing multi-platform reports on Sportscentre,, and across the network’s full slate of hockey programming on TSN.

Luc Gelinas

Luc Gelinas, Adventure and Sports Speaker, RDS Reporter, Profile Image

A reporter and author, Luc Gelinas joined RDS in 1989 and three years later began reporting on the Montreal Canadiens and the NHL for Sports 30. The native of Saint-Boniface en Mauricie, Que. has reported from a number of high-profile events, including four World Hockey Championships, seven Stanley Cup Finals, 11 NHL All-Star Games and was the final journalist to interview Wayne Gretzky prior to his retirement.

Kate Beirness

Kate Beirness, Sports Speaker, TSN Sportscaster, Profile Image

Kate joined TSN from the network’s sister station, ‘A’ Barrie, where she was the sports anchor and videographer. Prior to joining the Bell Media family, Kate was the sports anchor at Rogers TV Durham. She was TSN’s Olympic Morning Co-Host for the London 2012 Games, and also hosted NCAA March Madness 2012 and the Kraft Celebration Tour in 2011 and 2012.

John Lu

John Lu, Sports Speaker, SportsCentre Reporter, Profile Image

John Lu was first exposed to the Canadiens-Leafs rivalry on a small black and white TV in his family’s suburban Winnipeg home in the early 1970s. Now he enjoys the distinction of being the first TV sports reporter to pull off the Canadian Original 6 ‘Sweep’. While in Toronto, Lu reported on the NHL, MLB, NBA, CFL, NFL, and PGA Tour. He’s also covered the Super Bowl, Stanley Cup playoffs, the World Series, the Daytona 500 and World Hockey Championship and World Cup of Hockey.

Jesse Palmer

Jesse Palmer, Canadian Sports Speaker, NFL, Profile Image

Palmer writes a weekly NFL column on and was on site to provide coverage of the 2008 & 2009 Super Bowl alongside fellow TSN football analyst Chris Schultz and host Rod Smith.

In addition, Palmer brings his celebrity status to CTV’s daily entertainment newsmagazine, eTalk, as the show’s New York-based entertainment correspondent. Non-football fans might recognize Palmer from his high-profile TV days as the star of Season 5 of The Bachelor.