Brian Engblom is a famous Canadian ice hockey broadcaster and retired Hockey player presently serving for the NBC Sports Network for the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sun Sports, and NHL telecasts as a color analyst. During the 2016 and 2015 game seasons, he went to the station together with Rick Peckham. Previously he served at Fox Sports Ohio for Columbus Blue Jackets games as a color analyst.
Brian Engblom Age
Brian Engblom was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on January 27, 1955, and he is 67 years old.
Brian Engblom Height
Engblom stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 in (Approx 1.88 m).
Brian Engblom Family
Brian was born and raised by his protective parents in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Despite being a well-known person when it comes to his family he prefers a private life where he has not shared any information concerning his parents and siblings.
Brian Engblom Wife
He keeps a low profile when it comes to his love affairs where he has not revealed any detail regarding his marital status hence it’s not publicly known if he is married, divorced, single, dating, or has any kids.
Brian Engblom Education
Brian went to the University of Wisconsin–Madison where the Montreal Canadiens drafted him in the 1975 NHL Entry Draft position 22 and he played. In 1977 he played for Nova Scotia Voyageurs AHL and the Stanley Cup playoffs NHL. In 1979 and 1978 he was awarded two Stanley Cups.
Brian Engblom Salary
Brian receives an annual average salary of $ 65,453 and this is according to NBC Sports Network color analysts’ salaries.
Brian Engblom’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as a color analyst at NBC Sports Network is the primary source of his income.
Brian Engblom Career
Brian is presently serving for the NBC Sports Network for the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sun Sports, and NHL telecasts as a color analyst. During the 2016 and 2015 game seasons, he went to the station together with Rick Peckham. Previously he served at Fox Sports Ohio for Columbus Blue Jackets games as a color analyst.
His career began at ESPN and NHL on ABC in 1993 where he served for more than ten years as a color commentator and an NHL studio analyst. Also, Brian served in 2004 after they achieved NHL TV rights at the NBC station.
As MJHL he has acquired various honors, “Honoured Member” of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame, and attained AHCA West All-American Award and All-WCHA First Team Award.