NBC Sports NHL Announcers
NHL games on NBC are called by Chris Vosters, Randy Hahn, and Jim Jackson for their regional networks in Chicago, California, and Philadelphia respectively.
Mike Emerick who was the lead play-by-play voice for NBC retired from broadcasting on October 19, 2020. After the NBCSN closed its doors following the contract expiry, announcers moved over to other networks and the NHL games are now available only on their regional networks.
Chris Vosters will be covering the full season for the Chicago Blackhawks as the play-by-play announcer on NBC Sports Chicago for the first time starting this season.
Vosters became the Blackhawks' voice in 2022 and his past stints include games called for the Big Ten Network, FOX Sports, the ESPN family of networks, and Olympic games on three separate occasions for NBC Sports.
Randy Hahn is the play-by-play voice for the San Jose Sharks on NBS Sports California and has called over 2,000 hockey games for the Sharks.
Hahn has won the Northern California On Camera Sports Emmy five times in 1999, 2002, 2005, and 2008. He was the vice president of Pro Hockey San Jose, a non-profit organization that existed to gain approval for the NHL's expansion in that area.
Randy has worked as the TV and Radio voice for the San Diego Sockers, LA Kings, Vancouver Canucks and Edmonton Oilers in his broadcasting career. He was also the voice for the 2K Sports hockey games NHL 2K9, NHL 2K10, and NHL 2K11.
Jim Jackson has been calling games for the Philadelphia Flyers since 1993 calling the play-by-play for 2 seasons before getting promoted to TV. Jackson has been the TV Voice of the Flyers since then.