Darren Pang Biography
Darren Pang is a journalist and sportscaster presently working at Bally Sports. In the United States the St. Louis Blues as an Inside the Glass reporter. He also serves as a part-time analyst and Sportsnet host at NHL Network. Pang served with the Chicago Blackhawks as a professional ice hockey goaltender.
And sports news reporter Before joining Bally Sports Network. He also served as a part-time analyst at TSN.
Darren Pang Age
Pang was born in Meaford, Ontario, Canada, on February 17, 1964. He is 58 years old.
Darren Pang Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.
Darren Pang Family
Pang likes to keep his life private concerning her father, mother, and siblings.
Darren Pang Wife
Pang is married to his loving and hardworking wife Lynn Pang. The duo is blessed to have two nice-looking children namely Tyler and Samantha.
Darren Pang Children
Pang and Lynn are proud parents of two amazing children called Samantha Darren and Tyler Darren.
Darren Pang Salary
Pang receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100, 000 per year, according to Bally Sports Group anchors/reporters’ salaries
Darren Pang’s Net worth
He has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Darren Pang Career
Pang serves for the St. Louis Blues as an Inside the Glass reporter at Bally Sports Midwest at this present moment. He also serves as a part-time analyst at Sportsnet at NHL Network additionally. Pang has also served for playoff action as the Inside the Glass reporter on NBC Sports and the NHL during the regular season furthermore.
He also contributes all-hockey channel, XM Satellite Radio, and Home Ice moreover. Pang served as a color commentator for the Phoenix Coyotes before joining St. Louis Blues. He also served as a part-time analyst at TSN. It was publicized on July 9, 2009.
That Pang serves with Bernie Federko as the color commentator for the St. Louis Blues TV broadcast earlier, He served on ESPN for NHL. Pang served as a top analyst while there. He also served on ABC for NHL for 13 seasons and has reported on national television Stanley Cup Finals games surpassingly 95. Pang served as an analyst for three Winter Olympics previously.