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We are excited to announce a continuation of the Portland vs Seattle television schedule on Portland’s CW 32 (Comcast 3 / 703HD) with nine games this season including Saturday, September 30 from the Moda Center and Saturday, October 7 from Seattle.
The Winterhawks Radio Network broadcasts of home and away games can be heard exclusively online at Winterhawks.com and the Winterhawks App for Apple and Android devices. The free Winterhawks App is available for download now at the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store. Streaming technology has improved leaps and bounds in the last few years and we are excited to provide a quality listener experience with more Winterhawks and Western Hockey League content as we move into the future.
Evan Richardson, Media Relations and Braodcast Manager
Evan Richardson joins the WInterhawks as the play-by-play voice for the Winterhawks 2017-18 season.
Richardson, a native of Toronto, Canada, comes from calling games at the University of Toronto Men’s and Women’s Varsity Blues hockey teams. A graduate of Toronto’s College of Sports Media, also comes from working at TSN, Canada’s equivalent to ESPN. At TSN, he was a writer on the station’s flagship show, SportCentre, as well as That’s Hockey 2Nite.
Richardson will broadcast the remaining Winterhawks games this season. Andy Kemper, who graciously took on the interim broadcaster role early this season, will resume his position as color analyst during Winterhawks home games.
Andy Kemper, Radio Analyst
Andy Kemper returns to the analyst’s chair for team broadcasts in 2016-17, where he began in 2004 before becoming the play-by-play voice for several seasons.
A native Oregonian, Kemper attended the first-ever Winterhawk game in October of 1976 at the age of 10 and was hooked. After over 20 years as a fan and season ticket holder, Kemper joined the broadcast crew as the color analyst in 2004-05 working alongside Dean “Scooter” Vrooman. When Vrooman retired prior to the 2007-08 season, Kemper slid over to the play-by-play chair.
A self-proclaimed “stats geek”, Kemper tracks a variety of statistics that help add another depth to his broadcasts. In addition to his hockey radio duties, Kemper also works full time as a software salesman in the electronic design automation market.
Kemper resides in Hillsboro with his wife Vicki and daughter Aiden.