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Randy Hahn Biography

Randy Hahn is a play-by-play commentator for the San Jose Sharks on NBC Sports California. He has held that position for over 30 seasons. Randy broadcast his 2,000th Sharks game on December 13th, 2022, when the Sharks faced the Arizona Coyotes in San Jose. Along with analyst and ex-partner Drew Remenda, Hahn has won five Northern California Emmy Awards in the “On Camera Sports” section; one in 1999, and others in 2002, 2005, and 2008. Hahn was a PBP announcer in Konami’s NHL Blades of Steel ’99 and 2K Sports’ NHL 2K9, NHL 2K10, and NHL 2K11.

Randy Hahn Age and Birthday

Hahn was born on 21 October 1958, in Edmonton, Canada. She is 65 years old as of 2023. She celebrates her birthday every 21 October every year.

Randy Hahn Height and Weight

He stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters tall). He weighs 61 kilograms (134 lbs).

Randy Hahn’s Parents, and Siblings

Edmonton but moved to Whitehorse, Yukon at the age of 14. She has kept a low profile when it comes to her personal life. She has not revealed any details about her parents or siblings. This information will be updated soon when the information is out to the public.

Randy Hahn’s Wife, and Children

Hahn is a married man. He was married to Roberta Gonzales, a current meteorologist for KTVU-TV (Fox 2) Oakland, CA. On October 17, 2021, Randy married Andrea Buswell Hahn, owner of Frost Cupcake Factory in San Jose. They had a private ceremony at their home in Gilroy, California.

Randy Hahn Children

Randy and her wife are blessed with Randall Hahn and Michael Hahn.

Randy Hahn Education

He attended F. H. Collins Secondary School with mayor Ernie Bourassa. After graduating from high school, Hahn attended the University of British Columbia where he accepted a job offer from a Vancouver radio station working broadcasts for the National Hockey League and Canadian Football League teams.

Randy Hahn Career

His 1980s TV work included Ivy League Game of the Week football broadcasts. Hahn and Rick Davis called the final of the first FIFA Women’s World Cup from Guangzhou, China for SportsChannel America in November 1991.

Some of his other TV and radio work has been with the San Diego Sockers, Los Angeles Kings, Vancouver Canucks, and Edmonton Oilers. Shortly before the Sharks were formed, Hahn was vice president of a non-profit organization known as Pro Hockey San Jose.

The purpose was to draw attention to the newly approved arena in the city, and hopefully acquire an NHL team for San Jose (both the team and the arena did come to fruition, with the arena opening in 1990 and the Sharks beginning play the next year in 1991).

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