The voice of the Colorado Avalanche is changing.
Altitude Sports & Entertainment announced today that Marc Moser will be taking over the play-by-play calls for the Avs on television, while Conor McGahey is replacing Moser as the play-by-play man on Altitude Sports AM 950.
Moser began with the Avalanche in 1997-98 as the in-studio host and producer of the Avs’ radio broadcasts. He held that position for seven years, and in 2003, began a daily talk show with Altitude as well. After one year as the on-air, television studio host for Altitude, in 2006-07, Moser began an 11-year run as the Avalanche radio play-by-play caller.
“We are thrilled to have both Marc Moser and Conor McGahey calling Avalanche games on television and radio, for many years to come,” said Executive VP and General Manager/Executive Producer of Altitude Sports & EntertainmentKenny Miller. “Marc has established himself as one of the top NHL Radio personalities in the league. We are very lucky to have Mose bring over those talents to the TV side. It’s exciting to have Conor’s tremendous talents calling games for the team he grew up rooting for.”
McGahey has been with Kroenke Sports Enterprises for 10 years and has been the Denver Broncos in-stadium announcer since 2016. He’s also done play-by-play for the Colorado Rapids, Colorado Mammoth and Denver University Hockey team. His experience extends to Mountain West football and basketball as well.