Ralph Strangis is best known for being a commentator, along with Daryl Reaugh, for NHL’s Dallas Stars ice hockey franchise. There was also a Ralph Strangis speaker appearance as a commentator for ESPN, Fox Sports, Southwest, ABC Radio, DirecTV, Armed Forces Radio, and the Westwood One Radio Network. Strangis works on games broadcast on NHL Radio, including regular season, playoff, and World Cup games.
Strangis started his first paying radio job at the age of 16, which helped him hone his play-by-play skills. He later did play by play for high school and college sports on local cable television stations. Strangis is particularly remembered for his broadcasts of Bloomington Kennedy and Bloomington Jefferson high school hockey that appeared on Bloomington Educational Cable.
Strangis was awarded a “Lone Star Emmy” for his work in Game 5 of the 2003 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Edmonton Oilers as best live sports production. In 2004, he was nominated for another Lone Star Emmy Award for sports broadcasting. He and his broadcasting partner, Daryl Reaugh, have also received four Texas Associated Press “Best Sports Play-by-Play” awards. His wide broadcasting experience also includes three Stanley Cup Finals, including the 1999 Stars Championship, four Western Conference Finals, and over 200 National Hockey League Playoff Games.
Strangis also has a weekly radio show entitled “Strangis on the Stars.” He is one of the original members of the Dallas Stars organization, and an active participant of community and charity events.
**Ralph Strangis Speaker**
Perhaps the best known Ralph Strangis speaker appearance was in the 2006 film Glory Road, where he had the role of a courtside broadcaster. He also taught Sports Broadcasting at Brookhaven Community College and the University of North Texas. He regularly shares his personal and professional experience with others as an in-deman motivational speaker. And aside from his successful broadcasting experience, another good Ralph Strangis speaker topic is about alcoholism and drug addiction, two lifestyle concerns very close to Strangis’s heart.
**Ralph Strangis Appearance**
Strangis is a 27 year veteran of the broadcasting booth, and there has been a Ralph Strangis appearance on the sidelines of almost every sport imaginable.
**Ralph Strangis Endorsement**
A Ralph Strangis endorsement brings easy recognition, particularly in the Dallas area. Ralph and Razor have achieved a cult-like following in the city of Dallas. In a recent poll conducted by the Dallas Morning News, his most famous line was voted the most memorable moment in Dallas history. “Hull scores! Yes! Yes! Yes! The Stars win the Stanley Cup, the Stars win the Stanley cup!”
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