As a junior hockey player, Ray Ferraro developed a reputation as a great scorer. In 1992, he was named to the NHL all-star game and had two 40 goal seasons. He finished the 1993 season with team-leading totals in goals and points.
Since his retirement in 2002, there has been a Ray Ferraro appearance on hockey broadcasts for ESPN and NBC. Ferraro, together with Bill Clement, is a main studio analyst during broadcasts of the NHL on NBC. They also worked as in-studio commentators for the 2006 Winter Olympics coverage of men’s hockey. The duo, along with Brett Hull, host “NHL on NBC Faceoff” on NBCSports.com. There is also a regular Ray Ferraro appearance as a color commentator for the Edmonton Oilers on Rogers Sportsnet West, and he leads the daily “Hockey Hour” segment on Rogers Sportsnet West during the NHL season.
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A Ray Ferraro speaker appearance is a chance for audiences to learn about hockey from both sides of the ice: on it, as a player, and on the sidelines as a professional commentator.
**Ray Ferraro Appearance**
While a Ray Ferraro appearance on the ice often meant a high offense performance, a Ray Ferraro appearance in the broadcast booth means some of the most informed commentary ice hockey has to offer. With the years of experience as an all-star caliber player, and the years of experience as a broadcaster, Ray Ferraro’s unique perspective makes him one of the most in-demand hockey authorities in the world.
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