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Legendary Hockey Night In Canada Broadcaster Bob Cole Dies at 90 - The Sports Lunatics Reaction

Updated: Apr 30



It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of legendary Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster, Bob Cole, at the age of 90. Cole, whose iconic voice became synonymous with hockey for generations of fans, leaves behind a profound legacy in the world of sports broadcasting.


For over six decades, Bob Cole graced the airwaves, bringing the excitement of hockey into the homes of millions of Canadians and fans around the world. His distinctive play-by-play commentary, filled with enthusiasm and unparalleled storytelling, elevated the game to new heights and became an integral part of the hockey-watching experience.


Cole's career spanned numerous milestones and unforgettable moments, from Stanley Cup Finals to Olympic Games, capturing the essence of the sport with his unparalleled skill behind the microphone. His passion for the game was infectious, and his voice became a comforting presence for fans tuning in to witness the drama unfold on the ice.


The Sports Lunatics, Shawn Lavigne and Howie Mooney, reflect on the enduring impact of Bob Cole on broadcasting and hockey, as well as his lasting legacy in the hearts of fans everywhere.


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