NHL Weekly Preview: Dec. 13

Audio posted December 13, 2019 in Sports, CommRadio by Jacob Cheris, Grant Commerer, Jordan Hession & Nick Shimkin

Jordan Hession, Nick Shimkin, Jacob Cheris and Grant Commerer preview the 2020 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic and talk about jerseys and outdoor memories in a special holiday edition of the NHL Weekly Preview podcast.

About the Contributors

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Grant Commerer

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

From Shippensburg, PA, I am an avid football, basketball and hockey fan looking to pursue a career in play-by-play sports broadcasting.

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Jordan Hession

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

Jordan Hession is a junior from Annapolis, Maryland majoring in broadcast journalism. Jordan is the co-host of CommRadio’s longest running live radio show The Sin Bin with Kyle Cannillo. In the summer of 2020, Jordan interned at SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio as a sports programmer. When Jordan is not discussing sports, he is writing various articles for collegiate and professional sports leagues and teams. Jordan has a love for all sports but has a genuine passion to spread ice hockey and baseball globally. Away from broadcast journalism, Jordan enjoys lifting weights and cooking. Jordan’s role models in the broadcast journalism industry include Doc Emrick, Gary Thorne and Mike Lange. In the future, Jordan sees himself working as a producer or host in sports talk radio and potentially television. To contact Jordan, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Jacob Cheris

Sophomore / Broadcast Journalism

Jacob Cheris is a sophomore majoring in broadcast journalism from Gaithersburg, Maryland. He is an aspiring sports play-by-play broadcaster or sports analyst. Jacob is a huge Washington Capitals fan and has a great passion for hockey. He played all throughout high school and still plays in the Student Hockey League. He is also a member of Penn State Sports Night, where he analyzes hockey and other sports on YouTube. His favorite play-by play-broadcasters are Mike “Doc” Emrick of NBC Sports and Joe Beninati of NBC Sports Washington. Jacob is looking to expand his love for hockey and use it across all sports.