Television Color Analyst
Drew Remenda returns for his 12th season as the team’s television color analyst, joining Television Play-by-Play Broadcaster Randy Hahn for Sharks telecasts on Comcast SportsNet California.
Remenda, a four-time Northern California Emmy Award winner, also serves as the host of “SharkByte,” Comcast SportsNet California’s popular magazine-style show dedicated to Sharks hockey on-and-off the ice.
Remenda returned to the Sharks family in 2007 after spending the 2006-07 season as an analyst for the Canadian Broadcast Company’s (CBC) celebrated “Hockey Night in Canada” program, which followed six seasons as the Sharks television color analyst.
Previously, Remenda spent three seasons working with Dan Rusanowsky as radio color commentator on 98.5 KFOX and the Sharks Radio Network.
Drawing upon his extensive network of hockey contacts and his background as an assistant coach, Remenda skillfully provides in-game analysis, insightful information and anecdotes.
From 2006 thru 2012, the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan served as the host of “Sportsnight,” a staple on 650 CKOM Radio in Saskatoon and on 980 CJME in Regina.
Remenda and Hahn are also featured as the primary play-by-play and color voices on the recently released hockey video game, NHL 2K11.
A Sharks assistant coach from 1991-95, Remenda also served as associate coach for the Kansas City Blades of the International Hockey
League, then the Sharks top developmental affiliate, in 1995-96. Before joining the Sharks organization, he served as the video coordinator for Hockey Canada, where he provided support for Canada’s National Team and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. Remenda’s vast hockey background also includes a stint as assistant coach at the University of Calgary from 1988-90 and coaching at the amateur level since 1983.