Peter McNab begins his 23rd year as the Colorado Avalanche's television color analyst, lending his hockey expertise and a unique perspective on the game of hockey. Regarded as one of the most knowledgeable and enthusiastic color analysts in the game, McNab brings 14 years of NHL playing experience to the Avalanche broadcasts.
McNab began his broadcasting career for the New Jersey Devils during the 1987-88 season with SportsChannel, which won an Emmy that year for broadcasting excellence. After eight years on the New Jersey airwaves, McNab headed to Colorado for the inaugural season of the Colorado Avalanche.
Peter has also added an impressive list of national television credits to his broadcasting resume. In addition to his work on Altitude, McNab has also served as an analyst for NBC during its coverage of NHL games. He also provided color commentary for NBC during the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino, Italy.
From 1995 to 1999, McNab served as Fox Sports Net's analyst for nationally covered regular season and playoff games. He worked for TNT as color analyst for the 1998 Olympic games in Nagano, Japan, and served as TSN's studio analyst and host for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.
A native of Vancouver, B.C., McNab has a past association with the Denver area, as he played collegiate hockey at the University of Denver. McNab went on to play for the Buffalo Sabres, Boston Bruins, Vancouver Canucks and concluded his playing career with the New Jersey Devils. McNab posted six 35-plus goal seasons and tallied 40 or more goals twice during his career. He finished his career with 363 goals and 450 assists in 954 games. Peter was an NHL All-Star in 1977 and reached the Stanley Cup Final in three straight seasons from 1975-77.
Peter and his family currently reside in Parker, Colo.
Marc Moser enters his 11th season in the radio booth for the Avalanche on the Altitude Radio Network. Moser's ties to the organization date back to 1997-98, when he became the in-studio host and producer of all Avalanche radio broadcasts. He worked in that capacity for seven years until the end of the 2003-04 campaign. During that time, Moser was also a daily sports-talk show host and the host of the highly popular "Avalanche Talk" on the network flagship sports station.
Moser returned to the Avalanche broadcast team as a television studio host and analyst on Altitude in 2006-07 and left the world of daily sports-talk to move into the Avalanche radio booth in 2007.
In addition to his Avalanche duties, Moser is also one of the hosts and panelists of the Altitude Sports Summit and Pro Football Summit television shows as well as a regular contributor/host and designated maker of birdies on "Golf At Altitude."
During the offseason, he also assists various charities and organizations in public events and MC duties and is the annual MC for the Joe Sakic Celebrity Golf Classic and Joe and Debbie Sakic Bringing Hope to the Table Gala benefiting Food Bank of the Rockies.
He is aso the host of the Marc Moser Show every weekday afternoon on Altitude Sports AM 950.
Prior to his arrival in Denver in 1996, Moser was the Sports Director at KFBK Radio in Sacramento, Calif., where he was the play-by-play announcer for the California State University Sacramento football and basketball teams in the Big Sky conference and host of a nightly sports talk-show. He also served as sideline reporter and host of the Sacramento Gold Miners of the Canadian Football League and provided extensive coverage and reporting on the Sacramento Kings of the NBA. Moser has covered every major sport in the United States and Canada and recalls the on-ice celebration of the Avalanche winning the Stanley Cup in 2001 as his favorite broadcasting memory.
An alumnus of CSUS, his resume also includes a 14-year stint as a NASCAR announcer at Colorado National Speedway, where he was named National Short Track announcer of the year, and various play-by-play duties for California and Colorado high school and college teams.
A private pilot, the Sacramento, California, native enjoys flying all over Colorado and Kansas as well as spending time on the golf course and playing the guitar.