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Kenneth Albert (born February 2, 1968) is an American sportscaster, the son of sportscaster Marv Albert
Marv Albert
and the nephew of sportscasters Al Albert and Steve Albert. He is the only sportscaster who currently does play-by-play for all four major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL).

Contents

1 Early life 2 Broadcasting career

2.1 Four sports in four days

3 Personal life 4 Career timeline 5 Broadcasting partners 6 References

Early life[edit] Albert's parents gave him a tape recorder for his fifth birthday to practice his broadcasting.[1] On his sixth birthday in 1974, his father took him along to a New York Rangers
New York Rangers
game. One of the statisticians had to leave in the middle of the game, so Albert got to do the stats for the rest of the game. At 14, he became the official statistician for the Rangers on the radio. At 16, he wrote content for the Rangers program. Aside from his Father, his idol was Vancouver Canucks play-by-play broadcaster Jim Robson. From 1981 to 1986, Albert, growing up in Sands Point, covered high school sports for the Port Washington News at Paul D. Schreiber High School, an Anton Community Newspapers publication.[2] Albert graduated from New York University[3] in 1990[4] with a degree in broadcasting and journalism. Albert worked in the sports department at WNYU radio. He is a frequent guest on WNYU's sports talk program, The Cheap Seats. He has also made many appearances on the popular New York sports internet radio show Sports Heaven with Mark and Evan.[5] Broadcasting career[edit] Albert is the radio voice of the New York Rangers, as well as a play-by-play announcer and field-level reporter for Fox's coverage of Major League Baseball,[3] the NFL,[3] and previously, the Sugar Bowl. Previously, he handled TV play-by-play for the Washington Capitals
Washington Capitals
and Washington Bullets
Washington Bullets
(now the Washington Wizards), and was a part-time announcer on Washington Nationals
Washington Nationals
telecasts in 2005. Additionally, he does TV play-by-play for Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
preseason games with Joe Theismann.[6] Albert called the international broadcast of Super Bowl XLVI with Theismann. When Fox had the network contract for the National Hockey League
National Hockey League
in the 1990s, Albert also worked on Fox NHL Saturday telecasts. Albert now does play-by-play for the NHL on NBC
NHL on NBC
and formerly with Versus (now called NBCSN). Albert called Game 1 of the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals
2014 Stanley Cup Finals
for NBC, filling in for Doc Emrick, who was dealing with a death in the family.[7] He has done work for NBC's Olympics coverage, as a play-by-play announcer for men's and women's ice hockey at every Winter Olympic Games
Olympic Games
since Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City
in 2002. Albert has also done college basketball for ESPN
ESPN
Plus and is a substitute play-by-play announcer for televised New York Knicks
New York Knicks
games on MSG Network.[4] For the 2011 playoffs, Albert broadcast for two playoff teams in the same market, doing the play-by-play for the New York Rangers on WEPN 1050 ESPN
ESPN
radio and filling in on MSG Network doing play-by-play for the New York Knicks.[8] Albert is known to some Chicago
Chicago
sports fans as "The Kiss of Death" to their teams.[9] Many games involving the Bears and Blackhawks with Albert announcing have ended in losses for both teams. Examples include Game 7 of the 2014 Western Conference Final between the Blackhawks and Kings, and many Chicago
Chicago
Bears' games with Albert announcing since 2004. He was the lead play-by-play announcer for the 2015 American League Division Series between the Texas Rangers and the Toronto Blue Jays. In the top of the 7th inning of Game 5, he helped explain the rule regarding the errant throw by Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin, which resulted in Texas scoring the go-ahead run. In the bottom of the inning, he called Jose Bautista's go-ahead home run.[10] In 2016, Albert was nominated for the Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality, Play-by-Play in a list that included fellow NFL on Fox
NFL on Fox
announcer Kevin Burkhardt, fellow NHL announcer and eventual winner Mike Emrick, and even his own father.[11] Four sports in four days[edit] On October 25, 2009, Albert called the play-by-play of the Minnesota Vikings – Pittsburgh Steelers NFL game for Fox and then hosted the New York Yankees' locker room celebration after clinching the American League Championship Series that night. The following night he broadcast a Rangers game on radio and on October 28, he called the play-by-play of the New York Knicks
New York Knicks
season opener on MSG.[12] Personal life[edit] Kenny Albert
Kenny Albert
currently resides in New Jersey with his wife for 20 years, Barbara, and their two daughters, Amanda and Sydney. Albert was introduced to his wife by close friend and Baltimore
Baltimore
sports reporter, Jerry Coleman.[13] Career timeline[edit]

1990–1992: Baltimore
Baltimore
Skipjacks – play-by-play[14] 1992–1995: Washington Capitals
Washington Capitals
– play-by-play on Home Team Sports 1993–1994: NHL on ESPN2 – play-by-play 1994–1995, 2016–present: NHL Radio – lead play-by-play 1994–present: NFL on Fox
NFL on Fox
– play-by-play (2007–2013, #2 announcer) 1995–1999: NHL on Fox
NHL on Fox
– play-by-play[4] 1995–present: New York Rangers
New York Rangers
– radio play-by-play[4] 1999–2000: NTRA on Fox – host 2001–present: Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
on Fox – play-by-play 2002: Winter Olympics – hockey play-by-play 2005: Washington Nationals
Washington Nationals
– fill-in television play-by-play 2005–2006: NHL on OLN – play-by-play 2006: Winter Olympics – hockey play-by-play 2007–2009: Sugar Bowl
Sugar Bowl
– play-by-play 2009–present: New York Knicks
New York Knicks
– fill-in television play-by-play 2010: Winter Olympics – hockey play-by-play 2010–present: Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
Broadcast Network – preseason play-by-play 2011: NHL on Versus
NHL on Versus
– playoffs play-by-play 2012–present: NHL on NBC
NHL on NBC
– play-by-play 2014: Winter Olympics – hockey play-by-play 2018: Winter Olympics – hockey play-by-play

Broadcasting partners[edit]

Troy Aikman Rod Allen Brian Baldinger Ronde Barber Brian Boucher Terry Bradshaw Sean Casey Rick Cerone Brian Engblom Cliff Floyd Walt "Clyde" Frazier Joe Girardi Mark Grace Tim Green Tim Hutchings Daryl Johnston Eric Karros Howie Long Steve Lyons Dave Maloney Tim McCarver Pierre McGuire Joe Micheletti Anthony Muñoz Chris Myers CJ Nitkowski Eddie Olczyk A.J. Pierzynski Lou Pinella Ron Pitts Harold Reynolds Ken Rosenthal Tony Siragusa Joe Theismann Jeff Torborg Tom Verducci

References[edit]

^ "New York Media Jobs - Jobs in NYC". www.mediabistro.com. Retrieved 1 April 2018.  ^ The Voice of a Generation: Rangers’ Kenny Albert
Kenny Albert
Archived 2010-11-14 at the Wayback Machine.. Antonnews.com (2010-11-12). Retrieved on 2011-01-08. ^ a b c "Kenny Albert, Barbara R. Wolf". 11 August 1996. Retrieved 1 April 2018 – via NYTimes.com.  ^ a b c d "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-07-20. Retrieved 2012-05-30.  ^ http://www.longislandexchange.com/press/2009/01/20/kenny-albert-joins-sports-heaven/ ^ 2011 Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
season#Game summaries ^ NBC
NBC
Sports PR [@NBCSportsPR] (2 June 2014). "@KennyAlbert will call Gm 1 of Stanley Cup Final on Wed on NBC. Doc Emrick
Doc Emrick
is dealing w a death in the family. He will return for Games 2-7" (Tweet) – via Twitter.  ^ "Monroe, King added to Knicks' playoff studio team". timesunion.com. 12 April 2011. Retrieved 1 April 2018.  ^ "Fuck Robbie Gould and Kenny Albert
Kenny Albert
with a rusty fence post: 49ers 26 Bears 20". firejerryangelo.org. 6 December 2015. Retrieved 1 April 2018.  ^ MLB (14 October 2015). "Jose Bautista hammers go-ahead three-run shot in ALDS Game 5, delivers epic bat flip". Retrieved 1 April 2018 – via YouTube.  ^ " NBC
NBC
Sports Group Garners 28 Sports Emmy Award Nominations - #PRNC". www.prnewschannel.com. Retrieved 1 April 2018.  ^ Kenny Albert
Kenny Albert
wins travel trophy. Newsday.com (2009-11-01). Retrieved on 2011-01-08. ^ " Kenny Albert
Kenny Albert
- Fox Sports PressPass". Fox Sports PressPass. Retrieved 1 April 2018.  ^ "MSG.com – Kenny Albert". msg.com. Retrieved 1 April 2018. 

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