Ron Maclean Net Worth
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Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $3 Million.
Ron MacLean information Birth date: April 12, 1960 Birth place: Zweibr?cken, Germany Profession:Sports commentator, Referee, Actor Nationality:Canada Spouse:Cari MacLean (m. 1984)Awards:Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/AnchorBooks:Headlong
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Ronald Joseph Corbett Ron MacLean is a Canadian sportscaster for the CBC who is best known as the host of Hockey Night in Canada from 1987 to 2014, and is also a hockey referee.
Biography,Early life and careerMacLean was born in Zweibrucken, West Germany at the Zweibrucken Air Base where his father was an officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force and was stationed at the nearby Metz-Frescaty Air Base in Metz, France. Ron MacLean Sr., born in Sydney, Nova Scotia on May 4, 1922, married Lila MacDonald, from Iona, Nova Scotia, in July 1959. MacLean worked as a communications operator at Station Edmonton, while MacDonald was an airwoman/clerk stationed at RCAF Station Namao, just outside Edmonton. Fourteen months after his birth the family moved back to Canada, initially settling in Chester, Nova Scotia. MacLean was four years old when his dad was stationed in Whitehorse, Yukon with the Royal Canadian Air Force before relocating eventually in Red Deer, Alberta.MacLeans broadcasting career began in 1978 when he took a part-time position at CKRD-FM (FM 98.9), followed by duties at CKRD-AM (AM 850), and eventually a position as a weather presenter at CKRD-TV. According to his Biography, he was called by the Program Director at the time (Martin Smith) to fill in for a sick friend who had recommended him. His initial duties were little more than pushing buttons and playing commercials, however, he was soon granted the opportunity to become a disc jockey. Ron MacLean was still in high school at the time.Hockey Night in CanadaMacLean (right) with Don Cherry at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, UtahMacLean has worked on Hockey Night in Canada since 1986–87. He began anchoring telecasts out of western Canada, but near the end of the season, was moved to Toronto games when Dave Hodge was fired protesting a CBC programming decision on-air. He worked his first Stanley Cup Final that spring and has been the primary game host ever since. Part of his duties include hosting Coachs Corner with Don Cherry.Contract negotiations with CBC Sports Executive Director Nancy Lee and the president of English television had hit a standstill in the 2001–02 NHL season. MacLean threatened to leave CBC on the advice of his agent Don Meehan. That made headlines across Canada and following a huge public outcry, the CBC quickly gave in to his demands.MacLean in 2013 at a CBC Live eventIn addition to hosting HNIC, he has been a part of the CBCs Olympics coverage since 1988. He took over as chief anchor following the departure of Brian Williams to CTV/TSN. MacLean was the main sportscaster and host for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing until his mother died, causing him to hand over duties to Scott Russell. In 1993, MacLean served as an ice level reporter for NBC Sports coverage of the NHL All-Star Game in Montreal. MacLean has also hosted CBCs coverage of the Queens Plate.Beginning with the 2014–15 NHL season, MacLean was hired by Rogers Media when the company acquired the national rights to the NHL. MacLean was removed from the host position of Hockey Night in Canada, but retained his role as host of Coachs Corner, and became an on-location host for the new, travelling Hometown Hockey broadcasts introduced that season. On June 27, 2016, following the poor reception of his replacement, George Stroumboulopoulos, Rogers announced that MacLean would be reinstated as host of the early games on Hockey Night beginning in the upcoming season.Awards and honoursMacLean has won eight Gemini Awards for his work with CBC. His first was in 1992 for Best Sports Broadcaster, he also won the Best Sports Broadcaster award in 1994, 1997, 1998 and 2001. He won Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast in 2004 and again in 2006. In 1996, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame.ControversyOn January 16, 2010, Ron MacLean presented a pre-game piece together with NHL representative Colin Campbell focusing on Vancouver Canucks player Alexandre Burrows, in follow up to an earlier incident between Burrows and referee Stephane Auger in which the credibility of Auger was called into question. The piece was considered by a number of prominent sports writers, Canucks coach Alain Vigneault, and some fans to be a one-sided smear against Burrows. Ron MacLean appeared on Vancouver based sports radio show Team 1040 on January 18, 2010 and strongly denied being biased or one-sided during his presentation.Hockey CanadaIn addition to his work at the CBC, MacLean is a former Level 5 referee with Hockey Canada. He has refereed in junior, minor pro, senior, and university leagues across Canada, mostly in the Southern Ontario region. He served as a referee in the September 29, 2006 NHL preseason matchup of the Buffalo Sabres and the Pittsburgh Penguins, calling one penalty in the final minute of the game.MacLean was named Honorary Colonel of the 1 Air Movements Squadron at 17 Wing Winnipeg of the Canadian Forces Air Command.Personal lifeHe, his wife Cari, and his Standard Schnauzer live in Oakville, Ontario.On June 3, 2010, he helped to rescue a man trying to take his own life, by jumping into the Delaware River in Philadelphia. MacLean and a few others sprung into action. He grabbed a velvet rope, jumped a wrought-iron railing and ran down to the water. When he arrived, he saw another man had already jumped into the river and pulled the man to a raft. MacLean says he and a couple of staff from the hotel used the velvet rope to pull the man onto the wharf, while the person who had jumped in to save him climbed out.In popular cultureRon MacLean is mentioned in a song called Dear Coachs Corner composed by the Canadian punk band Propagandhi, on their album Supporting Caste. The lyrics of the song are written in the form of a written letter to MacLean addressing the issue of military propaganda during pre-game ceremonies, an issue that the members of Propagandhi find problematic.In Wapos Bay, the character Ron McCrane is based on him, starring alongside Don Redcherry, based on Don Cherry.The song Canadian Girls by Canadian country music artist Dean Brody mentions MacLean.
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