NY Rangers Radio Announcers
NY Rangers radio announcers are Kenny Albert and Don La Greca. Albert is the only one to report air all four major professional sports leagues.
WEPN-FM broadcast affiliates MSG Radio Network is available for New York Ranger and New York Knicks games. It has been airing the team's games for nearly two decades now.
One of the popular programs of the network is The Michael Kay Show, an afternoon show that broadcasts the Yankees' games on the Yes Network.
Let's find more details on the broadcaster of the 98.7 MHz radio station for the Rangers.
Kenny Albert is the son of NBA sportscaster Marv Albert. Besides, he has Jim Robson as his idol for what he is today.
The 55-year-old practiced broadcasting when he was five. His parents had gifted him a tape recorder. On his sixth birthday, he watched the first live match of the Rangers.
Following that, he became an official statistician for the team on the radio at age 14. He pursued a graduation degree in broadcasting and journalism for New York University.
Albert has been the radio voice for the team since 1995. Moreover, he works as the fill-in television broadcaster for the New York Knicks. Not to forget, he is the only active sports reporter who does play-by-play for NHL, NFL, NBA, and MLB.
Don La Greca
Don La Greca is the radio voice to cover the pre-game and postgame shows of Tex's Rangers. Greca has been serving in the post since the 2005-2006 season.
Moreover, he is the backup announcer behind Albert. He covered the Stanley Cup Finals in the 2014 season. He is also the co-host of The Michael Kay Show, with play-by-play newscaster Michael Kay.
On the personal front, La Greca is married to his better half, Nancy. The duo lives in Somerset with their two kids.