Friday, October 22, 2010

Voice Of The Crimson & Gold Grades Jay Stickney

(above) "The Voice Of The Crimson & Gold" - Jay Stickney

(Above) From Mile High Sports

7 comments:

Twister said...

Gotta love Jay. Looks like he's ready to put the moves on some coeds.

Anonymous said...

he really does a great job. he needs a good, solid color analyst though, including the road games. Hopefully Roycroft sticks around. I was happy with them as a team last week. they'll only get better, I'm sure.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but we haven't truly had a radio voice who understood hockey and college hockey since Norm Jones....

Stick is entertaining and is getting better in his knowledge. He does, however, blow Todd Mansfield completely away. Mansfield was a total nincumpoop....

Twister said...

I always enjoy listening to Jay. I think's he a good play-by-play guy and he always seems to do a good job blending humor, enthusiasm, and seriousness during the broadcast. He has a colorful style and doesn't seem to take himself too seriously, which is a breath of fresh air.

puck swami said...

I am also a Stickney fan.

Too many radio and TV guys try to be smooth to the point of blandness.

Jay makes every game interesting with his humor and personality, and even if he's not the smoothest P-B-P in the biz, he's good listen.

Anonymous said...

and...Jay is cute. Definitely has a face for radio.

bubbles said...

Jay definitely has a face for radio...