Voice of the Manitoba Moose, Mitch Peacock, Off to Olympics


WINNIPEG, MB. – Winnipeg broadcaster, Mitch Peakcock, the voice of The Manitoba Moose will be heading to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang as part of CBC/Radio-Canada’s coverage.

During his time in South Korea, Peacock will provide commentary for short track speed skating. The veteran broadcaster has called all 188 Manitoba Moose regular season games since the team returned to Winnipeg for the 2015-16 season.

While Peacock is covering the Winter Olympic Games, Manitoba Moose games will be covered by a voice familiar to Winnipeg sports fans. The team will be joined by Winnipeg Goldeyes play-by-play announcer Steve Schuster for games airing on TSN 1290 and moosehockey.com. Schuster has been the play-by-play announcer for the Goldeyes since the 2014 season. Schuster previously spent time with the Central Hockey League’s (now ECHL) Wichita Thunder from 2007-2011.

David Marshal, Manitoba Post

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