Bob McKenzie’s Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife( Broadcaster)Net Worth, and Salary

Bob McKenzie Biography

Bob McKenzie, also known as Robert Malcomson McKenzie, is a prominent Canadian hockey commentator, employed as a commentator at TSN. Widely recognized as the foremost Hockey Insider in the industry, McKenzie expanded his reach by joining NBC Sports Group during the 2014-15 season. He is a regular presence across NBC and NBCSN during the NHL regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Bob McKenzie Age

Mckenzie was born on August 16, 1956 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Bob therefore celebrates his birthday on the 16th of August each year. He is 68 years old as of 2024.

Bob McKenzie Height

McKenzie stands at an approximate height of 5 feet and 10 inches.

Bob McKenzie Family

McKenzie has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any details about his parents. It is also not known if McKenzie has any siblings.

Bob McKenzie’s Wife

McKenzie has been married to Cindy McKenzie since 1980. Together, they have three children, including Shawn McKenzie and Mike McKenzie, who enjoyed a career as a professional ice hockey player before retiring. They currently call Whitby, Ontario, home.

Bob McKenzie’s Net Worth

McKenzie has an estimated net worth of $10 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a Broadcaster.

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Bob McKenzie Salary

McKenzie earns around $500,000, as his annual salary from the NBC Sports Group network.

Bob McKenzie Education

McKenzie completed his education at Bendale Public School before attending Ryerson Polytechnic University. Following his graduation, he secured his inaugural full-time newspaper position at The Sault Star in 1979.

Bob McKenzie Career

McKenzie fulfills various roles within NBCSN, contributing as an in-studio analyst for Wednesday Night Hockey broadcasts and delivering on-site commentary at significant NHL events like the All-Star Weekend, Stanley Cup Final, and NHL Draft. He maintains his position with TSN in Canada while holding this role.

Recognized as one of the most esteemed insiders in hockey, McKenzie brings extensive NHL reporting experience from both television and print media to NBC Sports Group. For over 25 years, McKenzie has been a pivotal figure at TSN, serving as the network’s primary hockey analyst. He regularly features on the network’s hockey studio coverage and authors the Hockey Insider column on, Canada’s premier sports website.

Acknowledged for his influence, McKenzie has been named to Sports Illustrated’s The Twitter 100, a list highlighting the 100 most influential tweeters in sports, and consistently appears on The Hockey News’ annual list of 100 People of Power and Influence. McKenzie boasts an unparalleled Twitter following of 1.62 million, establishing him as the most-followed media personality in Canadian hockey.

Having joined TSN in 1987, McKenzie has become a great member of the network’s coverage, spanning various hockey events such as the NHL, NHL Draft, IIHF World Junior Championship, NHL Trade Deadline, and six Olympic Winter Games.

Before his tenure at TSN, McKenzie served as the editor-in-chief of The Hockey News for nine years and contributed as a columnist for The Toronto Star for six years. Additionally, he has authored two books: “Hockey Confidential,” which was released in September 2023, and “Hockey Dad: True Confessions of a (Crazy?) Hockey Parent.”

Bob McKenzie Book

  • 2009: Hockey Dad: True Confessions Of A (Crazy) Hockey Parent
  • 2018: The Look Book: Fall 2018 Sampler Bob McKenzie
  • 2018: Everyday Hockey Heroes: Inspiring Stories On and Off the Ice
  • 1996: Damon Hill’s Championship Year Bob McKenzie
  • 2014: Hockey Confidential

Bob McKenzie Podcast

McKenzie hosts a podcast titled “The TSN Hockey Bob Cast,” where he engages in discussions about hockey alongside sharing insights into his interests.

Bob McKenzie Social Media Platforms

He is active on his social media accounts and often posts on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.



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