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Prior to joining the Stars, Bogorad served as the play-by-play announcer for the Alaska Aces in the ECHL and the Corpus Christi IceRays in the CHL. In 2011, Bogorad was voted the ECHL Broadcaster of the Year, his first season in the league. He was voted the CHL's Best Broadcaster in 2008, 2009, and 2010. Additionally, he was selected to call the CHL All-Star Game in 2005, 2007, and 2010, and he won the CHL's Communications Executive of the Year Award in 2007.

A native of Los Angeles, Calif., Bogorad began his broadcasting career with the Los Angeles Kings as the team's radio correspondent on 97.1-FM KLSX. He later attended the University of Arizona, where he served as a broadcaster for the school's hockey team in 2001. 

Bogorad and his wife, Andrea, reside in Dallas with their two sons, Mason and Aaron.

Reaugh came to Dallas from the Hartford Whalers, where he served as the color analyst on SportsChannel New England's telecasts during the 1995-96 campaign. He has also demonstrated his expertise on the national stage, having worked with NBC Sports Network, ABC, ESPN, FOX, and CBC's Hockey Night in Canada. Additionally, Reaugh expanded his talents beyond the broadcast booth as he provided the color analyst dialogue and voice for EA Sports' NHL '98 and NHL '99 video games.

As a player, Reaugh's career included stints in the NHL with both the Edmonton Oilers and the Hartford Whalers. Prior to turning pro, he was an all-star netminder for the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League and was named to their 25th Anniversary Team.

Daryl, his wife Kristin, who was instrumental in starting the Dallas Stars Foundation, and their two daughters, Falyn and Kendyl, reside in Dallas.

Prior to his stint with Texas, Rea spent six years (2007-2013) as a play-by-play broadcaster for four different teams in the Central Hockey League (CHL), including the Texas-based Austin Ice Bats and Odessa Jackalopes. Rea has called more than 700 professional regular-season and postseason hockey games in his career. In 2013, he was voted the CHL's Best Broadcaster with the Denver Cutthroats, while also earning New Media Franchise of the Year honors overseeing the team's communications efforts. He was also selected to call the CHL All-Star Game in 2011 and 2012.

The St. Louis, Mo. native began his broadcasting career while attending Lake Forest College, where he served as the broadcaster for the men's hockey and football teams from 2003 - 2005, while also working for WGN Television in Chicago.

Brent's most successful team experience was winning a bronze medal in the 1983 Universiade Games in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia and winning the national championship for the Munich Barons in the DEL (German Premiere League). Severyn was drafted by the Winnipeg Jets in the fifth round (99th overall) of the 1984 NHL Entry Draft as a defenseman. Brent was an Allstar at the Canadian University level and a first team All Star in the American Hockey League. In 1999, he was also a member of the Stanley Cup-winning Dallas Stars.

Brent now works in Dallas as an NHL TV Analyst for FoxSports Southwest while continuing to develope young hockey players in the metroplex. Severyn is actively involved in the community and has been the recipient of two NHL community service awards for both the Anaheim Ducks and the Dallas Stars. He is also President of Severyn Sports Inc, a multi-faceted company, that includes broadcasting, sports conditioning programs and events based out of Plano, Texas.

During her time in Austin, Merrifield covered a wide range of sports from Longhorn athletics and the Round Rock Express to the occasional feature on the Texas Stars, Dallas' affiliate in the American Hockey League. She also spent one year in Abilene, Texas with KTXS-TV, the local ABC affiliate, where she earned a Texas AP award in 2015, her first year in the business.

A native of San Diego, Calif., Merrifield graduated from Syracuse University in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism. In addition to her coursework, she also gained experience working for CitursTV, the school's student-run TV station, and the athletic department as their multi-sport reporter and host.

He has also served as color commentator for the Binghamton Senators (2010-12), as well as play-by-play and director of public relations for both the Adirondack Phantoms (2009-10) and the Albany River Rats (2007-09). Now entering his 14th season of broadcasting professional hockey, Newkirk, 35, was part of Binghamton's run to the 2011 Calder Cup Final and was a member of the AHL Live broadcast team that called the 2009 AHL All-Star Classic in Worcester, Mass.

Prior to his time in the AHL, he was director of broadcasting for the ECHL's Elmira Jackals for four seasons (2003-07). In addition to his hockey experience, Newkirk has also broadcast for the Albany Firebirds (Arena Football2 - 2007-09) and Berkshire Black Bears (independent baseball - 2003). Newkirk is a graduate of Haverford College, where he earned his bachelor's degree in astronomy

LeVine began his broadcasting career at WFAA Channel 8 (ABC) in Dallas in 1983. Serving in several capacities, he earned six Katie Awards from the Dallas Press Club, a UPI, an AP award for outstanding reporting, and a Heartland Emmy Award.

A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., LeVine resides in Plano with his wife, Sherry, and their four children, Daniel, Marly, Franklin and Shane.