Darren Pang is a popular Canadian sports journalist presently serving at Bally Sports for the St. Louis Blues as an Inside the Glass reporter in the United States. As well he works as a part-time analyst at NHL Network. Before that, he played professionally with the Chicago Blackhawks as an ice hockey goaltender.
Darren Pang Age
Darren Pang was born in Meaford, Ontario, Canada on February 17, 1964, and he is 58 years of age.
Darren Pang Height
Pang stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in ( Approx 1.65m).
Darren Pang Family
Darren was born and brought up in Meaford, Ontario, Canada by his protective parents where he keeps a low profile when it comes to his family despite being a famous journalist hence his parents’/siblings’ whereabouts are not known.
Darren Pang Wife
Darren is happily married to his beautiful wife named Lynn Pang. The lovely duo is blessed with two adorable kids namely Tyler and Samantha.
Darren Pang Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $93,459 and this is according to Bally Sports Inside the Glass reporters’ salaries.
Darren Pang’s Net Worth
Darren has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as an Inside the Glass reporter at Bally Sports is the primary source of his income.
Darren Pang Career
Darren is presently serving at Bally Sports for the St. Louis Blues as an Inside the Glass reporter in the United States. As well he works as a part-time analyst at NHL Network. Before that, he played professionally with the Chicago Blackhawks as an ice hockey goaltender.
As well he served as the Inside the Glass reporter on NBC Sports for the regular season and for playoff action for the NHL. Before coming to St. Louis Blues, he served as a color commentator for the Phoenix Coyotes along with the former color man who shifted between the benches named Bernie Federko. Also, he worked as a part-time analyst at TSN.
He also served as a top analyst on ESPN for NHL. Darren as well served for NHL on ABC for 13 seasons. Prior to that, he served as an analyst for three Winter Olympics
In 2002, he served as an on-ice reporter and analyst at NBC. Darren served as a studio analyst in 2010 together with Bob McKenzie, Nick Kypreos, host James Duthie, and Daren Millard for CTV/TSN.