Rob Ray is a renowned Canadian sports broadcaster. And a former professional ice hockey player for both Ottawa Senators and the Buffalo Sabres. He works as an intermission, sideline, and post-game reporter for games.
On MSG Network for the Buffalo Sabres currently. Ray co-hosts, together with Ruben Brown a previous Buffalo Bills star also. Together they co-hosted The Enforcers a weekly television show for Time Warner Cable SportsNet.
Ray was born in Stirling, Ontario, Canada on June 8, 1968. He is 54 years old.
Ray stands at an average height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83 m tall.
Ray has kept details about his parents and siblings from the public, despite being a renowned person.
Ray is a married man to Juliean Ray. Together they are blessed to have two children named Robert Jr. and Jordan Ray.
Ray and Juliean have two kids named Robert Jr. and Jordan Ray.
Ray annually receives a salary of $77,701.
Ray has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Ray has been the Buffalo Sabres’ main enforcer for 14 seasons. He traded the Ottawa Senators for future considerations in 2003. And he also appeared over two seasons with the Senators in only 11 games.
With their AHL affiliate, the Binghamton Senators playing another 5. Ray completed his NHL career with 3,207 career penalty minutes, ranking him 6th overall in NHL history.
He scored his last shot in his last shift as well as his first shot in his first shift in the NHL. Ray works for games on the Sabres Hockey Network Buffalo Sabres as an intermission, sideline, as well as a post-game reporter as of now.
On June 11, 2012, an announcement was made by The Buffalo Sabres announced. That he would replace Harry Neale as the Sabres’ color commentator. Where he works together with Ruben Brown as a co-host.
On The Enforcers a weekly television show for Time Warner Cable SportsNet. Additionally, Ray works as the organization’s president and is on the permanent roster of the Buffalo Sabres Alumni Hockey Team.