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Sportsnet Officially Welcomes Back Ron MacLean As Host Of "HNIC"

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 27 / 16

Sportsnet today confirmed that Ron MacLean will replace  George Stroumboulopoulos as host of "HNIC," "returning to a role he held for nearly 30 years." MacLean next season "will host the early game on Saturday night while David Amber will front the late game." Sportsnet said Stroumbou...

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