Jeremy Roenick originally joined NBC Sports Group in 2010 and serves as a studio analyst for NBC Sports Group’s NHL coverage on NHL Live and NHL Overtime, NBCSN’s pre-game and post-game shows. In addition to his regular role on NHL Live, Roenick has served as a men’s and women’s Olympic hockey studio analyst at the past three Winter Olympics, including the 2018 PyeongChang Games.
In 2015, Roenick completed the impressive feat of appearing on the broadcast of the Winter Classic and all four NHL Stadium Series games; he handled roving reporter duties at the Anaheim Ducks-Los Angeles Kings game from Dodger Stadium on Jan. 25, and was at Yankee Stadium 12 hours later to serve in the same capacity for the New York Rangers-New Jersey Devils game on NBC. Prior to joining NBC Sports Group in 2010, Roenick spent more than 20 years in the NHL, making nine All-Star teams and also playing for the U.S. Men’s Olympic Team in 1998 and 2002, winning a silver medal at the Salt Lake Games.
Roenick is best known for his days with the Chicago Blackhawks, but also played with the Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings and the San Jose Sharks. In 2009, Roenick retired from the NHL finishing his career with 513 goals (third most by an American-born player) and 703 assists, (sixth most by an American-born player) for a total of 1,216 points in 1,363 games.
In addition to his work with NBC Sports, Roenick has served as a commentator for Fox’s NHL Playoff Coverage and as a correspondent for Good Morning America’s Olympic coverage. Roenick is an active philanthropist, the founder of Roenicklife Insurance Company, and is involved with Lincoln Street Capital, a Boston based Real Estate Firm.
Roenick and his wife, Tracy, have two children, Brandi and Brett. They reside in Scottsdale, Ariz.