Prominent sportscaster known for his play-by-plays of NHL hockey. He broadcasted 16 Stanley Cup Finals between 1969 and 1988.
He was born in Ottawa, Ontario and was the oldest of six children.
He was a broadcaster at the 1988 Winter Olympics, and was known for his booming voice that could be heard over crowds.
His two sons also became sportscasters.
He called the famous overtime goal by Bobby Orr in the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals.