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The following is a list of national American and Canadian television and radio networks and announcers that have broadcast the Eastern Conference Final games over the years.

American Television[]

National Television[]

2020s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2022 New York Rangers-Tampa Bay ESPN[1][2][3] Sean McDonough Ray Ferraro Emily Kaplan
2021 Tampa Bay-New York Islanders NBC (Game 1)[4][5] Kenny Albert (Games 1–4, 6–7)
Brendan Burke (Game 5)
Eddie Olczyk Brian Boucher
NBCSN (Games 2, 5–7)[6][7][8][9]
USA Network (Games 3–4)[10][11][12]
2020 Tampa Bay-New York Islanders NBCSN (Games 1–3, 5–6)[13][14][15][16][17][18][19] John Forslund (Games 1–3)
Mike Emrick (Games 4–7)
Eddie Olczyk Brian Boucher
USA Network (Game 3)[20][21]
NBC (Game 4)[22]

Notes[]

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, The playoffs were held in two "hub" cities both in Canada; Edmonton, Alberta at Rogers Place, and Toronto, Ontario at Scotiabank Arena. The Conference Finals and 2020 was played at Rogers Place in Edmonton.[23] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[24] and the cross-border travel restrictions imposed by the Government of Canada, the league temporarily realigned this season into four divisions with no conferences. Consequently, the first two rounds of the playoffs featured intra-divisional matchups, with the higher seeded teams receiving home-ice advantage in those rounds. In the Stanley Cup Semifinals, the four remaining teams (one from each division) were reseeded based on their regular season records. After initially stating that the Campbell and Wales trophies would not be awarded this season,[25] the league decided in June 2021 that the Montreal Canadiens and Vegas Golden Knights would play for the Campbell Bowl and the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning would play for the Wales Trophy.[26]

2010s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2019 Boston-Carolina NBCSN (Games 1, 3–4)[27][28][29][30][31][32] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Brian Boucher or Pierre McGuire
NBC (Game 2)[33][34]
2018 Tampa Bay-Washington NBCSN (Games 1–4, 6–7)[35][36][37][38][39][40] Mike Emrick Mike Milbury (Games 1, 2, 5)
Eddie Olczyk (Games, 3, 4, 6, 7)
Brian Boucher (Games 1–2)
Pierre McGuire (Games 3–7)
NBC (Game 5)[41]
2017 Pittsburgh-Ottawa NBC (Games 1, 5)[42][43] John Forslund (Games 1–3)
Mike Emrick (Games 4–7)
Eddie Olczyk (Games 1–2, 5–7) Pierre McGuire
NBCSN (Games 2–4, 6–7)[44][45][46][47][48]
2016 Pittsburgh-Tampa Bay NBCSN[49][50][51][52][53] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk (Games 1–3, 5–7) Pierre McGuire
2015 New York Rangers-Tampa Bay NBC (Game 1)[54] Mike Emrick (Games 1–2, 5–7)
John Forslund (Game 3)
Kenny Albert (Game 4)
Eddie Olczyk (Games 2–3, 5–7)
Joe Micheletti (Game 4)
Pierre McGuire (Games 1–3, 5–7)
Brian Engblom (Game 4)
NBCSN (Games 2–7)[55][56][57][58][59][60]
2014 Montréal-New York Rangers NBC (Game 1) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire
NBCSN (Games 2–6)[61][62]
2013 Boston-Pittsburgh NBC (Game 1) Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire
NBCSN (Games 2–4)[63][64]
2012 New York Rangers-New Jersey NBCSN (Games 1–2, 4–6)[65][66][67][68][69] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire
NBC (Game 3)[70]
2011 Boston-Tampa Bay Versus (Games 1–3, 5–7)[71][72][73][74][75][76] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire (Games 1, 5–7)
Joe Micheletti (Games 2–4)
NBC (Game 4)[77]
2010 Philadelphia-Montréal Versus (Games 1–3, 5)[78][79][80][81] Joe Beninati Daryl Reaugh Bob Harwood (Games 1–2)
Billy Jaffe (Game 3)
Charissa Thompson (Game 5)
NBC (Game 4)[82] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire

Notes

  • 2015–present: Games that fall on the weekend of the Preakness Stakes only featured Emrick and McGuire in the booth, with lead color commentator Eddie Olczyk going on assignment as a handicapper for NBC's coverage of the Preakness Stakes.

2000s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
2009 Pittsburgh-Carolina[83][84][85][86] Versus Joe Beninati Daryl Reaugh
2008 Pittsburgh-Philadelphia Versus (Games 1–4)[87][88][89][90] Joe Beninati Darren Eliot
NBC (Game 5)[91] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk
2007 Ottawa-Buffalo Versus (Games 1–4)[92] Joe Beninati Darren Eliot
NBC (Game 5)[93][94] Dave Strader Eddie Olczyk
2006 Carolina-Buffalo NBC (Game 1)[95] Mike Emrick John Davidson (Games 1, 2, 4, 6–7)
Eddie Olczyk (Games 3, 5)
OLN (Games 2–7)[96][97][98]
2005 Canceled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout.
2004 Tampa Bay-Philadelphia ABC (Games 1, 4)[99][100][101][102] Gary Thorne Bill Clement and John Davidson
ESPN (Games 2–3)[99][100][103][104] Bill Clement
ESPN2 (Games 2–3, 5–7)[99][100][105][106][107]
2003 New Jersey-Ottawa ESPN2 (Game 1)[108] Steve Levy (Games 1–4)
Gary Thorne (Games 5–7)
Darren Pang (Games 1–3)
Bill Clement (Games 5–7)
ESPN (Games 2–3, 5–7)[109][110][111][112]
ABC (Game 4)[113][114][115][116][117][118][119] Darren Pang and John Davidson
2002 Carolina-Toronto ESPN[120][121][122] Gary Thorne (Game 1)
Steve Levy (Games 2–6)
Bill Clement (Game 1)
Darren Pang (Games 2–6)
2001 New Jersey-Pittsburgh ESPN (Games 1–3, 5)[123][124][125][126][127][128][129] Steve Levy (Games 1–3)
Gary Thorne (Games 4–5)
Darren Pang (Games 1–3)
Bill Clement (Games 4–5)
ABC (Game 4)
2000 Philadelphia-New Jersey ABC (Game 1)[130][131][132][133] Gary Thorne (Games 1–2)
Steve Levy (Games 3–7)
Bill Clement (Games 1–2)
Darren Pang (Games 3–7)
ESPN (Games 2–7)[134][135]

1990s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1999 Toronto-Buffalo Fox (Game 1) Mike Emrick John Davidson
ESPN (Games 2–5) Steve Levy Darren Pang
1998 Washington-Buffalo ESPN[136] Gary Thorne (Game 1)
Steve Levy (Games 2–6)
Bill Clement (Game 1)
Darren Pang (Games 2–6)
1997 Philadelphia-New York Rangers ESPN (Games 1, 3–4)[137][138][139] Dave Strader (Game 1)
Gary Thorne (in New York City)
Darren Pang (Game 1)
Bill Clement (in New York City)
Fox (Games 2, 5)[140][141] Mike Emrick John Davidson
1996 Pittsburgh-Florida[142][143] ESPN (Games 1–3, 5–7) Gary Thorne (Games 1–2, 7)
Tom Mees (Games 3, 5–6)
Bill Clement (Games 1–2, 7)
Darren Pang (Games 3, 5–6)
Fox (Game 4)[144][145][146] Mike Emrick John Davidson
1995 Philadelphia-New Jersey ESPN (Games 1–4, 6)[147][148][149][150] Gary Thorne Bill Clement
Fox (Game 5)[151] Mike Emrick John Davidson
1994 New York Rangers-New Jersey ESPN2 (Game 1)[152] Sean McDonough Brian Engblom
ESPN (Games 2–7)[153][154][155][156][157] Gary Thorne Bill Clement
1993 Montréal-New York Islanders ABC (Game 1)[158][159][160][161] Gary Thorne Bill Clement
ESPN (Games 2–5)[158][162][163][164][165]
1992 Pittsburgh-Boston SportsChannel America[166] Jiggs McDonald Bill Clement
1991 Pittsburgh-Boston SportsChannel America[167][168][169][170][171][172][173][174][175] Jiggs McDonald John Davidson
1990 Boston-Washington SportsChannel America[176][177] Jiggs McDonald Bill Clement

Local television (United States)[]

1990s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s) Studio host Studio analysts
1994 New York Rangers-New Jersey MSG Network (Games 1, 5, 7) (New York area; New York Rangers)[178] Sam Rosen John Davidson Al Trautwig
MSG II (Game 2) (New York area; New York Rangers)
SportsChannel New York (Game 3) (New York area; New Jersey) Mike Emrick Peter McNab Stan Fischler
SportsChannel New York Plus (Games 4 and 6) (New York area; New Jersey)
1993 Montréal-New York Islanders SportsChannel New York (Games 2–5) (New York area; New York Islanders)[179] Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall Stan Fischler

1980s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s) Studio host Studio analyst(s)
1988 Boston-New Jersey NESN (Boston area; in Boston; Boston)[180] Fred Cusick Derek Sanderson and Dave Shea Dave Shea Tom Larson
WSBK (Boston area; in Meadowlands, New Jersey) Derek Sanderson Sean McDonough Johnny Peirson
SportsChannel New York (New York area)
New Jersey
Gary Thorne and Jiggs McDonald Peter McNab Stan Fischler
1986 Montréal-New York Rangers MSG Network (New York area) Sam Rosen Phil Esposito Bruce Beck
1984 Montréal-New York Islanders WOR (New York area; in Montréal)[181][182] Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall Stan Fischler
SportsChannel New York (New York area; in Long Island)
1983 Boston-New York Islanders WOR (New York area; in Boston)[183] Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall Stan Fischler
SportsChannel New York (New York area; in Long Island)[184][185][186]
1982 New York Islanders-Québec SportsChannel New York (New York area; in Long Island)[187] Jiggs McDonald Ed Westfall Stan Fischler
WOR (New York area; in Québec)[188]

Notes[]

  • Prior to the 1993–94 season, the NHL's Eastern Conference was known as the Prince of Wales Conference. The Wales Conference was created in 1974 when the NHL realigned its teams into two conferences and four divisions.

Canadian Television[]

2020s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2022 New York Rangers-Tampa Bay CBC Harnarayan Singh Louie DeBrusk David Amber
Sportsnet[189]
2021 Tampa Bay-New York Islanders CBC John Bartlett Garry Galley
Sportsnet[190]
2020 Tampa Bay-New York Islanders CBC Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Kyle Bukauskas
Sportsnet[191]

Notes[]

  • Due to the coronavirus pandemic, The playoffs were held in two "hub" cities both in Canada; Edmonton, Alberta at Rogers Place, and Toronto, Ontario at Scotiabank Arena. The Conference Finals and 2020 was played at Rogers Place in Edmonton.[23]
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[192] and the cross-border travel restrictions imposed by the Government of Canada, the league temporarily realigned this season into four divisions with no conferences. Consequently, the first two rounds of the playoffs featured intra-divisional matchups, with the higher seeded teams receiving home-ice advantage in those rounds. In the Stanley Cup Semifinals, the four remaining teams (one from each division) were reseeded based on their regular season records. After initially stating that the Campbell and Wales trophies would not be awarded this season,[25] the league decided in June 2021 that the Montreal Canadiens and Vegas Golden Knights would play for the Campbell Bowl and the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning would play for the Wales Trophy.[193]

2010s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2019 Boston-Carolina CBC Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Kyle Bukauskas
Sportsnet[194]
2018 Tampa Bay-Washington CBC Paul Romanuk Garry Galley Kyle Bukauskas
Sportsnet[195]
2017 Pittsburgh-Ottawa CBC[196] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Scott Oake
2016 Pittsburgh-Tampa Bay CBC[197][198] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Glenn Healy and Scott Oake
2015 New York Rangers-Tampa Bay CBC[199] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Glenn Healy and Scott Oake
2014 Montréal-New York Rangers CBC[200][201][202][203][204] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Glenn Healy and Scott Oake
2013 Pittsburgh-Boston CBC[205][206][207] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Glenn Healy and Scott Oake
2012 New York Rangers-New Jersey CBC[208][209] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Glenn Healy and Elliotte Friedman
2011 Boston-Tampa Bay CBC (Games 1, 5–7)[210][211] Bob Cole Garry Galley and Mike Milbury Scott Oake
TSN (Games 2–4)[212][213][214][215] Gord Miller Pierre McGuire Ryan Rishaug
2010 Philadelphia-Montréal CBC[216][217][218][219][220][221][222] Bob Cole Garry Galley Glenn Healy and Elliotte Friedman

Notes[]

  • 2010, 2012–2016: CBC's Glenn Healy was positioned between the team benches at or ice level and provided color commentary in addition to reporting.
  • 2015–present – CBC's coverage is now produced by Sportsnet under a 12-year exclusive contract signed by the NHL and Rogers Communications.[223][224][225][226]

2000s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s)
2009 Pittsburgh-Carolina TSN (in Pittsburgh) Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
CBC (in Raleigh, North Carolina)[227][228] Bob Cole Greg Millen
2008 Pittsburgh-Philadelphia CBC[229] Bob Cole Greg Millen
2007 Buffalo-Ottawa CBC[230][231][232] Bob Cole Harry Neale
2006 Buffalo-Carolina TSN (Games 1, 2, 6, 7)[112] Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
CBC (Games 3–5)[112] Jim Hughson Greg Millen
2005 Canceled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout.
2004 Tampa Bay-Philadelphia TSN (Games 1, 4, 6)[233] Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
CBC (Games 2, 3, 5, 7)[233] Bob Cole (Games 2, 3)
Chris Cuthbert (Games 5, 7)
Harry Neale (Games 2, 3)
Greg Millen and Glenn Healy (Games 5, 7)
2003 Ottawa-New Jersey CBC[234][235][236] Bob Cole Harry Neale
2002 Carolina-Toronto CBC[237][238][239] Bob Cole Harry Neale
2001 New Jersey-Pittsburgh CBC Chris Cuthbert Greg Millen and Glenn Healy
2000 Philadelphia-New Jersey[240] CBC Chris Cuthbert Greg Millen and Glenn Healy

1990s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s)
1999 Toronto-Buffalo CBC[241][242][243][244][245] Bob Cole Harry Neale
1998 Washington-Buffalo CBC[246] Chris Cuthbert John Garrett
1997 Philadelphia-New York Rangers CBC[247][248][249] Bob Cole Harry Neale
1996 Pittsburgh-Florida CBC Chris Cuthbert John Garrett
1995 Philadelphia-New Jersey CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale
1994 New York Rangers-New Jersey CBC[250] Chris Cuthbert John Garrett and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1993 Montréal-New York Islanders CBC[251] Chris Cuthbert John Garrett and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1992 Pittsburgh-Boston CBC[252] Bob Cole John Garrett and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1991 Boston-Pittsburgh CBC[253][254][255] Bob Cole John Garrett and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1990 Boston-Washington CBC[256] Bob Cole Harry Neale

Notes[]

  • Prior to the 1993–94 season, the NHL's Eastern Conference was known as the Prince of Wales Conference. The Wales Conference was created in 1974 when the NHL realigned its teams into two conferences and four divisions.

1980s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s)
1989 Montréal-Philadelphia CBC Bob Cole Scotty Bowman and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1988 Boston-New Jersey CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale
1987 Philadelphia-Montréal CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1986 Montréal-New York Rangers CBC[257][258][259][260][261] Bob Cole Dick Irvin, Jr.
1985 Québec-Philadelphia CTV Dan Kelly Ron Reusch
1984 Montréal-New York Islanders CBC (Games 1–4 Eastern Canada; Games 5, 6 national)[262][263][264] Danny Gallivan Gary Dornhoefer and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1983 Boston-New York Islanders CBC (Games 2, 3, 5, 6)[265] Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr.
1982 New York Islanders-Québec CBC (Games 2 and 4; Western Canada; Games 1 and 3 National except Québec and The Maritimes)[266][267][268] Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin, Jr.
Don Cherry (in New York)
Bobby Hull (in Québec)

Radio[]

2000s[]

Year Teams Flagship Station Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
2003 Ottawa-New Jersey NHL Radio (Continental) Sam Rosen Gary Green
CFGO (Ottawa) Dean Brown Gord Wilson
WABC (New Jersey) John Hennessy Randy Velischek
2001 New Jersey-Pittsburgh NHL Radio (Continental) Sam Rosen Gary Green
WABC (New Jersey) Mike Miller Randy Velischek
WBGG and WWSW (Pittsburgh) Mike Lange and Paul Steigerwald Bob Errey
2000 Philadelphia-New Jersey NHL Radio (Continental) Sam Rosen Gary Green
WIP (Philadelphia) Tim Saunders Steve Coates
WABC (New Jersey) Mike Miller Randy Velischek

1990s[]

Year Teams Flagship Station Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Studio host
1997 Philadelphia-New York Rangers NHL Radio (Continental) Sam Rosen Gary Green
WIP (Philadelphia) John Wiedeman Steve Coates
WFAN (Games 2–5) and WEVD (Game 1) (New York Rangers) Kenny Albert (Games 1, 4–5)
Marv Albert (Games 2–3)
Sal Messina Kenny Albert
1995 Philadelphia-New Jersey NHL Radio (Continental) Kenny Albert Gary Green
WIP (Philadelphia) Jim Jackson Steve Coates
WABC (New Jersey) Mike Miller Sherry Ross
1994 New York Rangers-New Jersey NHL Radio (Continental) Kenny Albert Gary Green
WFAN–AM (N.Y. Rangers) Marv Albert (Games 2, 5)
Howie Rose (Games 1, 3–4, 6–7)
Sal Messina Howie Rose
WABC (New Jersey) Mike Miller Sherry Ross
1993 Montréal-New York Islanders CIQC (Montréal) Dino Sisto Steve Shutt
WPAT & WGBB (New York Islanders) Barry Landers Bob Nystrom Joel Blumberg

1980s[]

Year Teams Flagship Station Play-by-play Color Commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
1988 Boston-New Jersey WPLM (Boston) Bob Wilson Johnny Bucyk
WPLM (New Jersey) Dale Arnold Larry Brooks

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