Dennis Beyak

Dennis Beyak, Adventure and Sports Speaker, TSN, Hockey, Profile Image

Born and raised in the small farming community of Winnipegosis, Dennis Beyak began his broadcasting career on CFAR 590 Radio doing play-by-play for the Flin Flon Bombers of the Western Canada Hockey League. Since then, Beyak has provided play-by-play commentary for the WHL’s Saskatoon Blades, Victoria Cougars and Seattle Thunderbirds, and the AHL’s Toronto Marlies. Beyak has also done television play-by-play for the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers and was the primary radio voice of the Toronto Maple Leafs since 1998.

Darren Dutchyshen

Darren Dutchyshen, Canadian Sports Speaker, TSN, CFL, Profile Image

Dutchyshen began his TSN career in June of 1995, hosting weekend editions of SPORTSCENTRE and CFL Live. His engaging and unique personality, smooth delivery and sports knowledge have made him a viewer favourite.

Darren Dreger

Darren Dreger, Canadian Sports Speaker, TSN, Hockey Canada, Profile Image

Dreger is part of TSN’s all-encompassing NHL and International hockey coverage, appearing in-studio on game broadcasts.

Dreger works alongside fellow Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie, host James Duthie, analysts Glenn Healy and Dave Hodge, game announcers Gord Miller, Chris Cuthbert and Pierre McGuire, and That’s Hockey host Gino Reda.

Dan Shulman

Dan Shulman, Sports Speaker, TSN and ESPN Broadcaster, Profile Image

ESPN’s Dan Shulman, one of North America’s most prolific and passionate sports broadcasters, works exclusively in Canada for TSN as a regular contributor. The Toronto native provides analysis and reports for key TSN properties, including SportsCentre.

Dan O’Toole

Dan O’Toole co-hosts the 11 p.m. ET nightly edition of FOX Sports Live alongside Jay Onrait, providing around the clock coverage through regularly scheduled programs, hourly updates and an information rich ticker. FOX Sports Live is FOX Sports 1’s flagship 24/7 news, opinion and highlights program.

Cory Woron

Cory Woron, Sports Speaker, Sportscaster, Profile Image

National viewers were first introduced to Woron as host of the popular Ford That’s Golf before his move to the weekend edition of SportsCentre.

Previously a sports anchor for Global TV in Winnipeg, Woron is a graduate of the University of Calgary. Before joining Global in 1998, Woron worked as a sports reporter for CKNW radio in Vancouver. Woron also served as a Vancouver correspondent for Sports Radio ESPN for the WFAN all-sports radio station in New York City.

Chris Cuthbert

Chris Cuthbert, Sports Speaker, Canadian sportscaster TSN, NBC, Profile Image

Cuthbert’s sports broadcasting career spans more than two decades, calling play-by-play for numerous Grey Cup victories, Stanley Cup Playoff wins, Olympic medal performances and World Figure Skating Championships.

Bryan Mudryk

Bryan Mudryk, Sports Speaker, TSN Broadcaster, Profile Image

Prior to joining TSN in October 2005, Mudryk spent four years anchoring and reporting sports for CTV Edmonton on the weekend and late night news editions (2001 to 2005).

Brian Munz

Brian Munz, Sports Speaker, TSN Radio Commentator, Profile Image

Brian Munz joins Sports Radio 1290 as a play-by-play commentator for Winnipeg Jets broadcasts. He spent the last five seasons as the primary voice of the Manitoba Moose on Winnipeg’s CJOB Radio.

Munz began his broadcasting career with the Cowichan Valley Capitals of the BC Junior Hockey League.

Brian Williams

Brian Williams, Sports Speaker, Legendary Sports Broadcaster, Profile Image

Named to the Order of Canada in December 2011 for both his distinguished broadcasting career of more than 40 years and extensive community and volunteer work across the country, Brian Williams anchored CTV’s primetime Olympic coverage of both the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, playing a leading role in shaping and delivering the network’s award-winning coverage. Williams was recently awarded the first-ever Canadian Screen Award for Best Sports Host or Analyst in a Sports Program or Sportscast for his work on London 2012.