Jim Hughson

Jim Hughson

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Jim Hughson is a well-known Canadian sportscaster who currently works for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Jim Hughson has worked for Hockey Night in Canada since 2005 and is well-known for his appearances on the program. He is a well-known television sportscaster who is best known for co-hosting Hockey Night in Canada with Craig Simpson.

Ealy Life

Jim Hughson was born in Fort St. John, British Columbia, on October 9, 1956, and is currently 65 years old.  He was born in Canada and is a Canadian citizen. His zodiac sign is also Libra. Hughson’s educational history is unknown, and he has also remained silent about his college degree.

Professional Life

Hughson began his career in the early 1980s as a pre-game, intermission, and post-game host on Canucks radio broadcasts. From 1987 to 1994, he also worked as a play-by-play man for TSN, serving as the network’s main play-by-play voice for NHL games. Hughson is also well-known for his play-by-play coverage of the National Hockey League and Toronto Blue Jays baseball games.

He was the announcer for the 1991 World Junior Hockey Championship in Saskatchewan. Similarly, he also worked for TSN from 1987 to 1989, calling baseball games and working on Montreal Expos broadcasts. Hughson joined Buck Martinez as the regular play-by-play announcer for Toronto Blue Jays broadcasts in 1990.

Hughson joined CTV Sportsnet (now Rogers Sportsnet) in 1998 as the network’s primary NHL play-by-play analyst, alongside Craig Simpson. After a year on the air, he moved to Sportsnet Pacific to work on the Canucks regional television broadcasts.

Jim Hughson at work (Source: The Athletic)

From 1998 to 2006, he hosted Snapshots, a weekly half-hour show in which he interviewed various sports personalities.

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Hughson was hired by the CBC as the secondary play-by-play announcer for Hockey Night in Canada in 2005. Hughson called the late games of the network’s Saturday night doubleheaders, as well as one series in each of the first three rounds of the playoffs.

He joined the CBC’s coverage of men’s ice hockey at the Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, as a secondary play-by-play announcer in 2006. He took over as the main play-by-play announcer for HNIC the next season, replacing Bob Cole.

Similarly, he has called the NHL All-Star Game, the Winter Classic, and the Stanley Cup Finals, as well as the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where he also called men’s ice hockey. Hughson returned to Sportsnet in October 2014. Hughson, Craig Simpson, and, until 2016, Healy, were the primary commentators for HNIC. Moreover, he returned to the broadcast booth for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2007 and 2008, when CBC picked up a bundle of Blue Jays games.

From 1997 to 2009, he was the play-by-play voice of EA Sports’ award-winning NHL series, which he hosted. He has appeared as a sports announcer in two family comedies, MVP: Most Valuable Primate (2000) and Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch (2001). (2002).

Net worth

Jim Hughson is a well-known CBC anchor who has built a successful career as a sportscaster. He is a frequent CBC anchor and makes a good living from his sportscasting work.

Jim Hughson, a Canadian sportscaster, and the anchor is said to have a net worth of about $13 million. As of 2018, the reporter earns $700,000 a year from his prosperous reporting career with the CBC. At CBC, Jim Hughson collaborates with Craig Simpson, who currently earns about $700,000 a year.

Relationship Status

Hughson is married to Denise and they have two children together, Jennifer and Mathieu. He and his family currently reside in White Rock, British Columbia.

Body measurements and Social media

He stands a tall height of 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) and weighs around 175 lb (80 kg). Likewise, he has grey hair color. Moreover, he is not active on any social media platforms.