Ron MacLean
Ron MacLean brings more than 30 years of award-winning experience to his role as host of Hockey Night in Canada and Rogers Hometown Hockey. MacLean’s extensive knowledge and passion for the game of hockey, combined with 28 years of hosting Hockey Night in Canada, has made him one of the country’s most famous and beloved broadcasters.
Gord Downie was Canada's humble genius
Ron MacLean
In Gord Downie's aesthetic and intellectual ambition was this humble genius, who worked so hard, but who in the end was as eager to plant a kiss as any seed.
Toronto: A world of hockey history, episode 10
Ron MacLean
Hometown Hockey will continue to lift, push Canadians
Ron MacLean
As Ron MacLean gets ready to hit the road for the third season of Rogers Hometown Hockey, he reflects on Season Two, The Tragically Hip, and a special moment with the Oleksiak family.
MacLean: What the Calgary Stampede can teach us
Ron MacLean
As Ron MacLean gets reacquainted with the faces and facts of the famous rodeo and chuckwagon races, he reflects on what we can learn from Alberta and the Calgary Stampede.
Gordie Howe's way with people is his greatest legacy
Ron MacLean
Red Deer, 'The Memorable City'
Ron MacLean
As the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies prepare to face the London Knights in the Memorial Cup final in Red Deer, Ron MacLean shares stories of "The Memorable City," where the iconic Canadian broadcaster cut his teeth on the great game.
In music and in life, Gord Downie has The Wherewithal
Ron MacLean
The Tragically Hip song, "The Wherewithal” has always been a self-styled anthem of Ron MacLean's. In this tribute to Gord Downie, MacLean traces Downie's music throughout his lifetime, especially around the rink.
A promise to the people of Fort McMurray
Ron MacLean
Hometown Hockey: The Canadian Conundrum
Ron MacLean
Today's NHL landscape makes it harder for Canadian teams to compete for top players.