Mike “Doc” Emrick is a four-time Emmy Award-winning play-by-play announcer, and is the lead voice for NBC Sports Group’s NHL coverage. Emrick has covered professional hockey for more than 40 years, calling more than 3,000 games, and was the first broadcaster to be inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, in 2011. In addition to his work on television and radio broadcasts, Emrick has contributed to NHL.com, and provided voice-overs for Hockey Week, NHL Power Week, the NHL’s Stanley Cup video, Sony NHL video games, and EA Sports video games. His other sports broadcasting credits include covering the NFL, NCAA men’s basketball, track and luge. Emrick has been the vice president of the NHL Broadcasters Association since 1985.
B.S., Speech, M.A., Radio/Television, Ph.D., Communication