The NCAA Hockey Selection Show is an annual special where 16 Men's College Ice Hockey teams are announced and paired up in the yearly playoff to determine the best team in the nation.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
NCAA Hockey Selection Show - Sean Grande - Netflix
Sean David Grande (born December 11, 1971) is an American television and radio sportscaster. He is primarily known as the voice of the Boston Celtics. Grande provides play-by-play coverage alongside analyst Cedric Maxwell for all Boston Celtics radio broadcasts. The duo is known as “Grande and Max.” Only legendary Celtic voice Johnny Most and Mike Gorman have called more Celtics games than Grande. On December 2, 2009 in San Antonio, Grande became the third man in NBA history to call 1,000 NBA games before age 40, when the Boston Celtics beat the San Antonio Spurs.
NCAA Hockey Selection Show - Early career in Boston - Netflix
Grande was born in New York City. He spent seven seasons calling hockey, football and basketball on both television and radio for the Boston University Terriers. In 1996, he moved to Boston College, as the voice of the Eagles football and hockey radio networks for three seasons until 1999. On the television side, Grande was the original voice of the Hockey East Game of the Week on Fox Sports Net. He was a fixture on the original Sportsradio WEEI in Boston from 1991 until leaving for the NBA in 1998.
NCAA Hockey Selection Show - References - Netflix