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

American Television[]

2020s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2020 Vegas-Dallas NBC (Games 1, 4)[1][2] Kenny Albert (Games 1–3)
John Forslund (Games 4–5)
Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire
NBCSN (Games 2, 3, 5)[3][4][5]

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.[6]

2010s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2019 San Jose-St. Louis NBC (Games 1, 5)[7][8] Kenny Albert Mike Milbury (Games 1–2, 5–6)
Joe Micheletti (Games 3–4)
Pierre McGuire
NBCSN (Games 2–4, 6)[9][10][11][12]
2018 Winnipeg-Vegas NBC (Games 1, 5)[13][14] Kenny Albert Joe Micheletti Pierre McGuire (Games 1–2)
Brian Boucher (Games 3–5)
NBCSN (Games 2–4)[15][16][17]
2017 Anaheim-Nashville NBCSN (Games 1–4, 6)[18][19][20][21][22] Kenny Albert Joe Micheletti Brian Boucher
NBC (Game 5)[23]
2016 St. Louis-San Jose NBCSN (Games 1–3, 5–6)[24][25][26][27][28] Kenny Albert Joe Micheletti Brian Boucher (Games 1–3, 5–6)
Pierre McGuire (Game 4)
NBC (Game 4)[29]
2015 Anaheim-Chicago NBC (Game 1, 4, 7)[30][31][32] Kenny Albert (Games 1, 2, 5)
Mike Emrick (Games 3, 4, 6, 7)
Joe Micheletti (Games 1, 2, 5)
Eddie Olczyk (Games 3, 4, 6, 7)
Brian Engblom (Games 1, 2, 5)
Pierre McGuire (Games 3, 4, 6, 7)
NBCSN (Game 2–3, 5–6)[33][34][35][36]
2014 Chicago-Los Angeles NBC (Game 1, 3)[37] Kenny Albert Joe Micheletti Brian Engblom
NBCSN (Game 2, 4–7)[38]
2013 Chicago-Los Angeles NBCSN (Games 1–4)[39] Dave Strader Darren Pang Brian Engblom
NBC (Game 5)[40]
2012 Phoenix-Los Angeles NBCSN (Games 1–3, 5)[41][42][43][44] Dave Strader Darren Pang Brian Engblom
NBC (Game 4)[45]
2011 Vancouver-San Jose Versus (Games 1–3, 5)[46][47][48] Dave Strader Brian Engblom Darren Pang
NBC (Game 4)[49]
2010 San Jose-Chicago NBC (Game 1, 4)[50][51] Mike Emrick (Game 1, 2, 4)
John Forslund (Game 3)
Eddie Olczyk (Game 1, 2, 4)
Darren Eliot (Game 3)
Pierre McGuire
Versus (Game 2, 3)[52][53] Charissa Thompson

2000s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
2009 Detroit-Chicago NBC (Games 1, 4)[54][55] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk
Versus (Games 2, 3, 5)[56][57][58]
2008 Detroit-Dallas Versus (Games 1–4, 6)[59][60][61][62][63] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk
NBC (Game 5)[64]
2007 Detroit-Anaheim Versus (Games 1–4, 6)[65][66][67][68][69] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk
NBC (Game 5)[70]
2006 Anaheim-Edmonton OLN[71][72] Joe Beninati Neil Smith
2005 Canceled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout.
2004 San Jose-Calgary ESPN[73][74] Steve Levy Darren Pang and Brian Engblom
2003 Minnesota-Anaheim ABC (Game 1)[75][76] Gary Thorne Bill Clement and John Davidson
ESPN (Games 2–4)[77][78] Bill Clement
2002 Detroit-Colorado ABC (Games 1, 4)[79] Gary Thorne Bill Clement
ESPN (Games 2, 3, 5–7)[80][81][82]
2001 Colorado-St. Louis ABC (Game 1)[83] Gary Thorne (Games 1–3)
Steve Levy (Games 4–5)
Bill Clement (Games 1–3)
Darren Pang (Games 4–5)
ESPN (Games 2–5)[84][85][86][87]
2000 Dallas-Colorado ESPN (Games 1–3, 5–7)[88][89][90] Steve Levy (Games 1–2)
Gary Thorne (Games 3–7)
Darren Pang (Games 1–2)
Bill Clement (Games 3–7)
ABC (Game 4)[91][92][93][94]

1990s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1999 Dallas-Colorado ESPN (Games 1–4, 6–7)[95][96][97][98][99] Gary Thorne Bill Clement
Fox (Game 5) Mike Emrick John Davidson
1998 Dallas-Detroit Fox (Games 1, 4)[100][101] Mike Emrick John Davidson
ESPN (Games 2–3, 5–6)[102][103][104][105] Gary Thorne Bill Clement
1997 Colorado-Detroit ESPN[106][107][108][109][110][111] Gary Thorne (Games 1–2, 6)
Dave Strader (Games 3–5)
Bill Clement (Games 1–2, 6)
Darren Pang (Games 3–5)
1996 Detroit-Colorado Fox (Game 1)[112] Mike Emrick John Davidson
ESPN (Games 2–6)[113][114][115][116][117] Tom Mees (Game 2)
Gary Thorne (Games 3–6)
Darren Pang (Game 2)
Bill Clement (Games 3–6)
1995 Detroit-Chicago ESPN (Games 1, 3–4)[118][119] Gary Thorne (Game 1)
Tom Mees (Games 3–5)
Bill Clement (Game 1)
Darren Pang (Games 3–5)
ESPN2 (Game 5)[120]
Fox (Game 2)[121] Mike Emrick John Davidson
1994 Toronto-Vancouver ESPN (Games 1–3, 5)[122][123] Tom Mees Darren Pang
ESPN2 (Game 4)
1993 Toronto-Los Angeles ESPN[124][125][126][127][128][129] Tom Mees John Davidson
1992 Chicago-Edmonton SportsChannel America[130][131] Pat Foley Dale Tallon
1991 Edmonton-Minnesota SportsChannel America Mike Emrick Bill Clement
1990 Edmonton-Chicago SportsChannel America[132][133][134] Pat Foley Dale Tallon

Canadian Television[]

2020s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2020 Vegas-Dallas CBC[135][136] Chris Cuthbert Louie DeBrusk Scott Oake

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.[6]

2010s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s) Ice level reporter(s)
2019 San Jose-St. Louis CBC[137][138][139][140] Dave Randorf Garry Galley Scott Oake
2018 Winnipeg-Vegas CBC[141][142][143][144][145] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Scott Oake
2017 Anaheim-Nashville CBC[146][147] Paul Romanuk Garry Galley Christine Simpson
2016 St. Louis-San Jose CBC[148] Bob Cole Mike Johnson Christine Simpson
2015 Anaheim-Chicago CBC[149][150][151] Paul Romanuk Mike Johnson Christine Simpson
2014 Chicago-Los Angeles TSN (Games 1–2, 4)[152][153][154] Kenny Albert (Game 1)
Chris Cuthbert (Games 2, 4)
Joe Micheletti (Game 1)
Ray Ferraro (Games 2, 4)
Brian Engblom (Game 1)
Farhan Lalji (Games 2, 4)
CBC (Games 3, 5–7)[155][156][157][158] Bob Cole Garry Galley Greg Millen and Cassie Campbell-Pascall
2013 Chicago-Los Angeles TSN (Games 1–3)[159][160][161] Gord Miller Ray Ferraro Ryan Rishaug
CBC (Games 4–5)[162][163][164] Bob Cole Kelly Hrudey Garry Galley and Cassie Campbell-Pascall
2012 Phoenix-Los Angeles TSN (Games 1–3)[165] Chris Cuthbert Ray Ferraro Ryan Rishaug
CBC (Games 4–5)[166][167] Bob Cole Garry Galley Scott Oake
2011 Vancouver-San Jose CBC[168][169][170][171][172] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Glenn Healy and Elliotte Friedman
2010 San Jose-Chicago TSN (Games 1–3)[173] Mike Emrick (Game 1 NBC)
Chris Cuthbert (Game 2, 3)
Eddie Olczyk (Game 1 NBC)
Pierre McGuire (Game 2, 3)
Pierre McGuire (Game 1 NBC)
Ryan Rishaug (Game 2, 3)
CBC (Game 4)[174][175][176] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Scott Oake and Kelly Hrudey

Notes[]

  • 2010: TSN's Game 1 broadcast was a simulcast of NBC's coverage of the game.
  • 2011: CBC's Glenn Healy was positioned between the team benches and provided color commentary in addition to reporting.
  • 2013: CBC's Garry Galley was positioned between the team benches and provided color commentary in addition to reporting.
  • 2014: TSN's Game 1 broadcast was a simulcast of NBC's coverage of the game.
  • 2015–present – CBC's coverage is now produced by Sportsnet under a 12-year exclusive contract signed by the NHL and Rogers Communications.[177][178][179][180]

2000s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator(s)
2009 Detroit-Chicago TSN (Games 1–2)[181][182] Mike Emrick (Game 1)
Gord Miller (Game 2)
Eddie Olczyk (Game 1)
Pierre McGuire (Game 2)
CBC (Games 3–5)[183][184][185][186][187] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson
2008 Detroit-Dallas TSN (Games 1, 3, 4)[188][189][190] Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
CBC (Games 2, 5, 6)[188][191][192] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson
2007 Detroit-Anaheim TSN (Games 1, 3, 5)[193][194] Gord Miller (Games 1, 3)
Mike Emrick (Game 5)
Pierre McGuire
Eddie Olczyk (Game 5)
CBC (Games 2, 4, 6)[193][194] Jim Hughson Greg Millen
2006 Anaheim-Edmonton CBC[195][196][197] Bob Cole Harry Neale
2005 Canceled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout.
2004 San Jose-Calgary CBC[198][199][200][201][202] Chris Cuthbert (Games 1–3)
Bob Cole (Games 4–6)
Greg Millen and Glenn Healy (Games 1–3)
Harry Neale (Games 4–6)
2003 Minnesota-Anaheim CBC (Game 1) Chris Cuthbert Greg Millen and Glenn Healy
TSN (Games 2–4) Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
2002 Detroit-Colorado CBC[203][204][205][206][207][208][209] Chris Cuthbert Greg Millen and Glenn Healy
2001 Colorado-St. Louis CBC Bob Cole Harry Neale
2000 Dallas-Colorado CBC[210][211] Bob Cole Harry Neale

1990s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1999 Dallas-Colorado CBC[212][213] Chris Cuthbert Brian Hayward (Games 1, 5)
John Davidson (Games 2–4, 6–7)
1998 Dallas-Detroit CBC[214][215][216][217][218] Bob Cole Harry Neale
1997 Colorado-Detroit CBC[219][220][221][222][223] Chris Cuthbert John Garrett
1996 Detroit-Colorado CBC[224][225][226] Bob Cole Harry Neale
1995 Detroit-Chicago CBC[227][228][229][230][231] Chris Cuthbert John Garrett and Dick Irvin, Jr.
1994 Toronto-Vancouver CBC[232][233] Bob Cole Harry Neale
1993 Toronto-Los Angeles CBC[234][235][236][237][238][239][240] Bob Cole Harry Neale
1992 Chicago-Edmonton CBC Don Wittman Harry Neale
1991 Edmonton-Minnesota CBC Don Wittman Harry Neale
1990 Edmonton-Chicago CBC[241] Don Wittman Scotty Bowman

Notes[]

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

1980s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1989 Calgary-Chicago CBC Don Wittman Harry Neale
1988 Edmonton-Detroit Global/CanWest[242][243] Dan Kelly John Davidson
1987 Edmonton-Detroit Global/CanWest[244][245][246][247] Dan Kelly John Davidson
1986 Calgary-St. Louis CTV[248][249] Dan Kelly Ron Reusch and Bobby Taylor
CBC (Calgary only)[250] Don Wittman John Davidson
1985 Edmonton-Chicago CBC[251] Don Wittman Gary Dornhoefer and John Davidson
1984 Edmonton-Minnesota CBC (Western Canada) Jim Robson Mickey Redmond and Chico Resch
1983 Edmonton-Chicago CBC[252][253] Jim Robson (in Edmonton)
Bob Cole (in Chicago)
Gary Dornhoefer (in Edmonton)
Mickey Redmond (in Chicago)
1982 Chicago-Vancouver CBC (Games 2 and 4; Western Canada; Games 1 and 3 National except Québec; Game 5 National)[254] Don Wittman (in Chicago)
Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Gary Dornhoefer
Howie Meeker (in Vancouver)
Bobby Hull (Game 5)
1981 Calgary-Minnesota CBC[255][256][257][258] Jim Robson (in Calgary)
Don Wittman (in Minnesota)
Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin, Jr. (in Calgary)
Gary Dornhoefer and Chico Resch (in Minnesota)
1980 Philadelphia-Minnesota CBC[259][260][261] Dan Kelly (first half of Game 4)
Jim Robson (second half of Game 4)
Don Wittman (Game 5)
Gerry Pinder (Game 4)
Dick Irvin, Jr. (Game 5)

Notes[]

  • Technically, there was no official "Conference Finals" prior to 1982. Prior to that time, all teams were pooled together and seeded for the playoffs. For example, the Calgary-Minnesota (1981) and Philadelphia-Minnesota (1980) series were not Campbell Conference Finals. Meanwhile, Minnesota was in the Wales Conference prior to re-alignment, meaning that the decision to call it the Campbell Conference Final was completely arbitrary on the part of the editor. The same holds true for the Eastern Conference.

1970s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1978 Boston-Philadelphia CBC Bob Cole Bill Clement and Brian McFarlane
1972 Pittsburgh-St. Louis CBC Bill Hewitt Brian McFarlane

Notes[]

  • The NHL's Western Conference was once known as the West Division. The West Division existed from 1967, when the NHL was made up of a single division, until 1974 when the league realigned its format into two conferences of two divisions each.

1960s[]

Year Teams Network Play-by-play Colour commentator
1968 St. Louis-Minnesota CBC Dan Kelly Dick Irvin, Jr.

Radio[]

2000s[]

Year Teams Flagship Station Play-by-Play Color commentator(s)
2007 Detroit-Anaheim NHL Radio (continental) Dave Strader Joe Micheletti
WXYT (Detroit) Ken Kal Paul Woods
KLAA (Anaheim) Steve Carroll Dan Wood

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