Michaels joined the Oilers in the summer of 2010 after eight seasons as the radio and television voice of the ECHL's Alaska Aces. While with the Aces, Michaels twice was honoured as the league's Broadcaster of the Year and was selected by the ECHL to broadcast their annual All-Star Game on five separate occasions.
Michaels' professional career began after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Ithaca College in New York. After calling football, basketball, baseball and hockey games in western Pennsylvania, he moved full-time to the hockey world in 1999, joining the Colorado Gold Kings of the WCHL where he was the play-by-play voice for three seasons before moving to Anchorage, Alaska. Jack lives in Sherwood Park with his wife, Emily, and their two children, Callie and Tyler.
Bob Stauffer joined the Oilers radio broadcast team in 2008 after spending five years as Afternoon Drive Show Host of "Total Sports" on the Team 1260. On top of his role as Oilers Radio Analyst, Bob hosts "Oilers Now" on 630 CHED, Monday to Friday, Noon to 2:00PM
Born and raised in Edmonton, Bob played competitive hockey for both the Strathcona Warriors and the South Side Athletic Club and spent 13 seasons as the play-by-play voice for the University of Alberta Golden Bears hockey and football teams calling six CIS University Cup national hockey championships. He also served as the Communications Officer and Broadcast Director for the University of Alberta's Department of Athletics for eight seasons. Bob lives in Edmonton, with his wife Kathleen and children Torrie and Hudson.
Edmonton (Anchor Station)