Dean Brown, the play-by-play commentator for Ottawa Senators broadcasts on TSN 1200, has called every Senators game on TV or radio since the club's inception in 1992.
Brown got his start in radio broadcasting as a news anchor at CKSL in London, Ont., where he soon found his niche in the sports department.
After a short stint in the Forest City, Brown moved to CFRA in Ottawa to cover the Canadian Football League's Rough Riders, becoming the team's play-by-player commentator.
When the National Hockey League returned to Ottawa in 1992, Brown found his calling as the voice of the Senators on CFRA and later the Team 1200. After stints with TSN as its Ottawa correspondent and also handling football and hockey for CBC, Brown joined the team at Rogers Sportsnet in 1998.
Brown's career highlights to date include calling the 1989 Grey Cup between Saskatchewan and Hamilton, his first NHL call in 1992 and the final game of the New Jersey-Ottawa playoff series in 1998.
While growing up in rural Manitoba, Brown enjoyed a wide range of sports. Today, that passion still exists and when he's not on-air, he keeps himself busy playing golf, scuba diving or playing floor hockey with his son.
Colour commentator - Radio TSN 1200
Born Jan. 12, 1961 (Montreal, Que.)
Gord Wilson, the colour commentator for Ottawa Senators broadcasts on TSN 1200 and the face of Sens TV, has provided expert analysis for every Senators game on radio or TV since the club's inception in 1992.
After graduating from the Algonquin College radio broadcasting program, Wilson got his start at the Cob, CKOB in Renfrew, Ont. He later moved to Ottawa, where he became a news and sports announcer at CKBY.
Wilson's talent and his ability to pour his passion into a microphone landed him a job with CFRA as a sportscaster and sideline reporter for Ottawa Rough Riders Canadian Football League broadcasts.
When the National Hockey League returned to Ottawa in 1992, Wilson brought his passion to hockey as the colour commentator for Senators hockey broadcasts on CFRA and later the Team 1200. He also took Sens TV, the Senators' web-based television programming, to new heights as the host of The Sens Show and Senators All Access.
Wilson's career highlights to date include being in West Palm Beach, Fla., when Ottawa was awarded an NHL franchise, broadcasting the Senators' first game in modern-franchise history against the Hartford Whalers in 1992, and the 2007 run to the Stanley Cup final.
Play-by-play commentator - Radio CJFO 94.5
Born March 2, 1970 (Sept-Iles, Que.)
Nicolas St-Pierre is the French play-by-play announcer for CJFO 94.5. He has been doing this since 2007.
Born in Sept-Iles, Quebec, he began his career as a DJ for CIPC 710 Am Port-Cartier. After stints in Montmagny and Quebec City, he made the Outaouais region his home in the 90's, where he studied journalism at La Cité Collégiale in Ottawa.
Nicolas took a break from the media to pursue a career as a chef. After a few years working in the kitchen, Nicolas decided to come back to his first passion; radio. This all began when he won, the PA announcer for-a-day contest, held by the Ottawa Senators to commemorate their 10th anniversary. Following this he was successful in obtaining a hosting job in television for Rogers Television before returning to radio with the defunct station CJRC 1150.
Nicolas' career highlights include: the play-by-play for the 2007-2008 QJMHL's President's Cup Trophy, won by the Gatineau Olympiques, hosting the pre-game show for the 2007 Stanley Cup finale, and his first NHL play-by-play for the Senators.
Nicolas is married to wife Natalie and lives in Ottawa with their two sons, Xavier and Sebastian.