Chris Cuthbert is a well-known Canadian sportscaster who works for both TSN and NBC. Chris Cuthbert previously worked for CBC Sports in various capacities. He is also a well-known television sportscaster who has often worked with analyst Peter McNab.
Chris Cuthbert was born in Brampton, Ontario September 20, 1957. He is 64 years old. He is a virgin and of Canadian nationality. Chris Cuthbert’s educational history, including where he studied and graduated, is unknown.
Cuthbert joined CBC Sports in 1984 and hosted Hockey Night in the Canadian region’s western games, usually from Edmonton. During the 1988 Stanley Cup Playoffs, he got more spot play-by-play work and got his big break.
On April 18, he was a reporter in Washington covering the Washington Capitals-New Jersey Devils game for the CBC national audience watching the game live from Montreal.
Broadcasting from Montreal was interrupted due to a power outage in the city. CBC then forced him to rely on Cuthbert in Washington to handle the entire show, including play-by-play, analyst and host duties. The show was improvised as there were no standard commentators, graphics or playback features.
His efforts caught the network’s attention, and he was nominated for a Gemini Award. This incident was the catalyst for a fruitful broadcasting career. Cuthbert went on to work as a sports reporter for the CBC, covering Olympic events, figure skating, Canadian soccer and NHL hockey.
His best-known work was the Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) games, which primarily featured the Montreal Canadiens, or NHL teams from western Canada. Cuthbert’s contract was terminated on February 24, 2005 by CBC Sports executive director Nancy Lee.
He then joined TSN in the spring of 2005 as senior CFL football analyst. Cuthbert has returned to his position as the CFL’s main voice at TSN and has been calling every Gray Cup since TSN acquired exclusive television rights to the CFL in 2008.
Similarly, he joined TSN in 2005 and has been one of the network’s hockey play-by-play announcers ever since. He worked for NBC in the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons.
At the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, Cuthbert was one of the play-by-play announcers for men’s ice hockey. Additionally, he and Ray Ferraro will be the play-by-play announcers for men’s ice hockey at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.
Chris Cuthbert is a well-known TSN and NBC sports announcer who has built a successful career in the industry. Since TSN and NBC are well-known sports networks, they are known to pay their sports reporters high salaries. Chris Cuthbert is a frequent TSN and NBC anchor and receives a respectable paycheck from the network.
Chris Cuthbert, a Canadian sports reporter and presenter, has a net worth of $4.6 million. From his prolific career as a reporter at TSN and NBC, the reporter earns an annual salary of $350,000 as of 2018.
At NBC, Chris Cuthbert works with analyst Peter McNab. Peter McNab is currently paid an annual salary of $49,839.
He currently resides in Brampton, Ontario but has not disclosed any details about his family. He’s probably single.
Chris Cuthbert is only active at Twitter. He has gained 57,000 followers on his Twitter account @CCpxpSN.