Peter Maher (hockey announcer)
November 11, 1949 |
Campbellton, New Brunswick
Peter Maher (born November 11, 1949) is a Canadian sportscaster. He has been the radio voice of the NHL's Calgary Flames since they moved to Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1980. He currently announces Flames games on the city's all-sports radio station, The Fan 960.
Prior to working for the Flames, he called Toronto Maple Leafs games on the radio from 1977 to 1980.
In 2010, Maher was the voice of the Vancouver Olympics hockey broadcast for Rogers Sportsnet.
- http://www.fan960.com/station_info/jock_bios.jsp (scroll down and click on photo of Peter Maher for more info, or click here)
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