A lifelong hockey devotee, Tony Brown's passion for the game has guided him through nearly every level of hockey and across the United States during an award-winning 11-season broadcasting career highlighted by his account of the Lake Erie Monsters' 2016 Calder Cup Championship, Cleveland's first pro sports title since 1964. A 2010 graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Brown's hockey roots stretch deep into his native Minnesota, the undisputed "State of Hockey."
Following stints with the NAHL's Odessa Jackalopes, USHL's Omaha Lancers and ECHL's Indy Fuel, Brown, 33, is entering his eighth season as the radio and television voice of the AHL's Cleveland Monsters as the team's Sr. Mgr. of Broadcasting/Team Communications and was honored by the AHL with the 2020-21 James H. Ellery Memorial Award for outstanding media coverage of the American Hockey League. Tony currently resides in Cleveland with his wife Katie, their one year-old son Dylan, and their cat, Frankie.
Check out Tony's most recent TV and radio play-by-play demo reels below and for much more of Tony's work, including his account of the Monsters' dramatic run to the 2016 Calder Cup Championship, click on the "TV" and "Radio" tabs at the top of this page!