What makes a Hall Of Fame Broadcaster? First and foremost, passion. Years of dedication and excellence. And a special voice quality that separates him from all the rest. In this episode of A Great Day for Hockey Talk, Paul Steigerwald sits down with Mike "Doc" Emrick, the voice of hockey in America.
- Doc recounts his early days as a cub reporter covering the Penguins for the Beaver County Times
- His subsequent rise through college and minor league hockey to the big time in the mid eighties.
- Doc explains why he got hooked on hockey, and reveals the secret to his longevity.
- Doc explains why he loves calling the game today as much as he did when he got his first play by play job in Port Huron, Michigan in 1973.
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