List of Edmonton Oilers broadcasters
Television rights to all Edmonton Oilers games are held by Rogers Media. This includes all regional telecasts, which are carried by Sportsnet West and the overflow channel Sportsnet Oilers, as well as nationally televised games on Sportsnet or Hockey Night in Canada—which may either be broadcast by CBC Television, Citytv, or Sportsnet. The team's broadcast region is shared with the Calgary Flames, and includes all of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Most Oilers games are commentated by Kevin Quinn and Louie DeBrusk, joined by reporter Gene Principe.
On radio, the games are aired on CHED called by Jack Michaels and Bob Stauffer and Reid Wilkins as reporter.
The TV crews were as follows (where more than one analyst appears for a season, each worked a number of games).
|1994-95||Kevin Gallant (playoffs, one game)|
|2001-current||Kevin Quinn (Peter Loubardias sub)|
|2005-08 (PPV)||Morley Scott|
|1986-88, 1990-91, 1994-00, 2003-04||John Garrett|
|1988-90, 1994-98||Harry Neale|
|2008-09||Rob Brown (PPV)|
- Bruce Buchanan was the play-by-play announcer for the Edmonton Oilers television broadcasts on ITV, CKEM and Sportsnet West from 1984 until 2001.
- Morley Scott did colour on home games in 1993-94 and 1997-08; others in that role were Ken Brown (1979-85, 1988-90), Gord Garbutt (1985-86, 1991-94, 1995-96), Jim Matheson (1986-88, 1995-96) and Dave Semenko (1994-95). Bob Stouffer did colour commentary beginning in 2008-09. Kevin Karius substituted for Scott when Scott doing games broadcast on pay-per-view beginning in 2005. Colour commentators did not go on the road until at least 1995-96.
- On September 2, 2008, Louie DeBrusk was announced as the new colour analyst for Rogers Sportsnet Edmonton Oilers television broadcasts. DeBrusk replaced former analyst Ray Ferraro. He was replaced by Drew Remenda in 2014 but continues to appear as an analyst.
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the retired forward was saying over the phone from Edmonton, where he handles colour commentary on Oiler pay-per-view telecasts.
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