Portland 澳彩开奖记录 staff writer Ray Routhier had a conversation with former sportscaster Dale Arnold about his careerduring a live event on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m.

About Dale

Dale Everett Arnold was a New England sportscaster who hosted the听Boston Bruins听broadcasts on听NESN and co-hosted talk radio shows on WEEI until his retirement from radio in March of 2021. He was the Bruins’ play-by-play听announcer on NESN and has called听Boston College Eagles football. He is the only person to have done play-by-play broadcasts for all five of the Boston area’s major professional sports franchises.

A听Bowdoin College听alumnus, Arnold began calling games for the school teams while a student there in the mid-1970s. In 1979, he succeeded听Mike Emrick听as the voice of the听Maine Mariners. He joined the听New Jersey Devils听with听Doc Emrick听as their radio announcer in 1986, before returning to听New England听two years later. Arnold called听New England Patriots听games from 1988鈥90 and provided play-by-play coverage for Bruins home games from 1995鈥2007. In July 2007, he was replaced by former听ESPN听sportscaster听Jack Edwards听as the Bruins’ play-by-play telecaster.

Arnold is formerly of Bellingham, Massachusetts and听now lives in听Brunswick听with his wife, Susan. They have three children: Taylor, Alysha, and Brianna. Arnold grew up in听Maine听and听Minnesota听prior to attending听Bowdoin College.听His son, Taylor Arnold, is a professor at the University of Richmond.


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