Greg Millen - Enthusiasm, insider knowledge and a great ability to communicate best describe Greg Millen. Currently he is a colour analyst for CBC’s Hockey Night In Canada and has been in the booth since the 1994-95 campaign. Millen began his second career as a broadcaster when he covered the Ottawa Senators for Molstar during their inaugural season in 1992-93. His broadcasting accomplishments include covering the 1994 and 2002 Olympic Winter Games, serving as lead studio analyst for Sportsnet and working as an on-ice reporter for ESPN International.
Before embarking on a successful broadcasting career, Millen was a goaltender for 14 seasons in the NHL. He played on seven different teams, donning the jerseys of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Hartford Whalers, St. Louis Blues, Quebec Nordiques, Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings. Appearing in over 600 regular season games throughout his 14-year NHL career, Millen was 215-284-89 with a goals-against average of 3.87 and 17 shutouts total. In the playoffs, he was 27-29 with a GAA of 3.42. As a player, he also had the honour of representing Canada at the 1982 IIHF World Championship in Finland.
In addition to Millen's success in the booth, he has operated hockey schools and clinics, written and produced radio and television shows and has been a keynote speaker at many corporate functions. The co-founder of the Peterborough Professional Hockey Alumni Association, Millen has helped raise over a half a million dollars for children in the Peterborough area along with other former professional hockey players.
Millen resides in Bridgenorth, Ont. with his wife and four children.
Sources: CBC Sports & Speakers.ca