According to a report from The Chicago Sun-Times, the 55-year-old is joining the TV booth for the second-year Seattle Kraken on ROOT Sports Seattle.
“I like to beat to my own drum,” said Bissonnette. “I love the freedom. As much as I love everything network-wise… and getting to experience that...
“Those guys on the NBA level, they kinda set the footprint, right? They opened a lot of doors and maybe how people wanted to rethink how...
The longtime television voice of the Rangers is thrilled to fill-in while Albert handles Turner's Western Conference Final coverage.
"Paul Bissonnette said that Ty and Trevor reached out to their dad shortly after they heard that he was going to part of TNT's NHL plans."
"It’s been great. I’m lucky to have this gig.”
"All we have to do is turn on the evening news and realize what we are doing is entertainment and not take it too seriously."
"To me, those are the most fun times. I do get a lot of work done in airplanes, in hotel rooms, in taxis, in Ubers."
“You don’t have to a whole lot of searching for TNT, and I think that’s really good for the continuity or the consistency of the product."
Thoughts on the two NFL Conference Championship games and how to watch, stream, or whatever, the Olympics starting this week on NBC.