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The Only Way To Go Out

The oldest rivalry in the National Hockey League will be the stage for one last legendary call.

Hockey Night in Canada’s Bob Cole now has the date of his final regular season game and “Oh, baby!” it is the perfect way to end his 50th and final season in the broadcast booth.

Cole will handle the play-by-play duties for the regular season finale between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens on April 6.

The Canadian broadcasting legend started calling NHL games in 1969 and admittedly said, “I never dreamt I would still be doing it 50 years later.”  He continued, “I feel very fortunate to still be able to do the job I love, and I truly appreciate the kindness shown to me from the teams and players across the league during this final season with Hockey Night in Canada.”

Cole was originally scheduled to call just 10 games during the first part of the current NHL season, but his stay in the booth has been extended by six games that will see him make calls right until the end of the season.  His eight remaining games include;

Saturday, December 15: Senators at Canadiens
Saturday, December 22: Rangers at Maple Leafs
Saturday, January 5: Predators at Canadiens
Wednesday, February 6: Senators at Maple Leafs
Saturday, March 9: Senators at Bruins
Saturday, March 16: Blackhawks at Canadiens
Saturday, March 30: Canadiens at Jets
Saturday, April 6: Maple Leafs at Canadiens

During the final broadcast, Hockey Night in Canada and Sportsnet will celebrate Cole’s career.

The St. John’s, Newfoundland native began his hockey broadcasting career with VOCM radio in his hometown before moving to television in 1973.

Not only has Cole been a mainstay with Hockey Night in Canada, but he has also provided the call for multiple Olympic Games.  He is a Gemini-award winning broadcaster, a member of the Order of Canada and was indicted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1996 as a recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for broadcasting excellence.

The only thing that would make that final broadcast even better is if Cole’s long-time broadcasting partner Harry Neale were to join him in the booth to make the call.

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