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STALL MATES: Martin Brodeur on Locker Room Music and Kevin Weekes

Brodeur says the Devils locker rooms of his time could never quite find the 'happy medium' when it came to locker room music. The pictures of players walking into the arenas, headphones securely fastened to their heads, headphones of all different shapes and sizes. That wasn't always the case, at...
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ESPN is set to add Kevin Weekes, AJ Mleczko Griswold and Ryan Callahan to NHL coverage, with Turner adding Anson Carter

The additions to ESPN’s and TNT’s hockey coverage ahead of their first season with NHL rights this fall continue, and they continue to be a lot of familiar names. The latest ones noted are Kevin Weekes (seen above in a photo from one of his NHL.com pieces), AJ Mleczko Griswold, and Ryan Callahan at ESPN, and Anson Carter at Turner, as noted by Craig Morgan of AZ Coyotes Insider (who’s been in the lead on a lot of recent NHL broadcasting reporting):
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Kevin Weekes joining ESPN as an NHL analyst

The NHL TV free agency does not stop. The latest signing is Kevin Weekes to ESPN as a studio and game analyst, The Post has learned. Weekes, 46, is currently an analyst on NHL Network. The former goalie spent two seasons each with the Rangers and Devils and part of one season with the Islanders.
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ESPN has pitched Wayne Gretzky on a NHL broadcasting role, is also pitching Ray Ferraro and Kevin Weekes

With the NHL’s national U.S. rights heading to ESPN and Turner next year, there’s been a lot of discussion about who will have on-air roles for those networks. Turner made a couple of additions on that front Wednesday, reportedly tapping Kenny Albert and Eddie Olzcyk (both currently working on NBC’s NHL coverage, plus SiriusXM in Albert’s case) as their lead broadcast team. And Sean Shapiro of The Athletic has some news on who ESPN’s been chasing, including NHL legend Wayne Gretzky: