|Date of Birth:||1945, January 8|
|Age:||74 years old|
|Birth Name||Dave Hodge|
|Famous Name||Dave Hodge|
|Birth Place||Montreal, Quebec|
|Currently Working For||TSN|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Started career as||sports writer|
|Famous for||Former host of CBC's Hockey Night in Canada|
|Awards||Brian Williams Media Award/Gemini Award|
|University attended||York Mills Collegiate Institute|
|Full Name||Dave Hodge|
|Birth Date||January 8, 1945|
|No. of Twitter Followers||104 k|
|Show||Hockey Night in Canada|
|Other Show||Toronto Argonauts Canadian Football League, TSN Inside Sports, The Reporters,|
The resident of Canada, Dave Hodge, reportedly earns around $200,000, as his yearly salary from the network. As of 2018, Dave reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $10 million. Information about Dave's wife and children is not available.
Dave Hodge was born on January 8, 1945, in Montreal, Quebec. As per his nationality, he is Canadian and belongs to White ethnic group. Further, Dave's horoscope is Capricorn. Further details regarding Hodge's parents and siblings are not disclosed yet.
Dave Hodge after completing high school joined the York Mills Collegiate Institute and acquired his Bachelor's degree from there. Dave started working as a sports writer for Chatham Daily News in 1965 and later joined the local radios like CFCO and CFRB.
Dave Hodge is one of the most popular TSN anchors who has made a successful career as a sports anchorman. Since Dave Hodge is a regular TSN anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
The Canadian sportscaster/anchor Dave Hodge has an estimated net worth of $10 million. As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $200,000 from his successful reporting career with TSN. Darren Dutchshyen is among the highest-paid sportscasters of TSN.
The salary range reported by professional sports broadcasters ranges from $18,824 to $75,754 annually. Since wages vary with experience and knowledge in the range of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Further, TSN reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
Hodge's broadcasting career started with the Buffalo Sabres in 1970-71 as their play-by-play announcer. Later, he joined the CBC, hosting the Hockey Nights In Canada from 1971-87, broadcasting 15 Stanley Cup Finals.
Color analysts like Howie Meeker and Don Cherry frequently joined him in the studio. He also announced the radio broadcasts of the Toronto Argonauts Canadian Football League from 1974 to 1980.
Dave quit the job after giving a disturbing comment in the game between Montreal and Flyers. For the extra time, the viewers starting from the beginning were only able to watch the remaining match and other connections were cut.
After that, he started working for the CKNW and Vancouver Canucks as their sports director. In 1992, Hodge joined TSN and hosted TSN Inside Sports. In addition, Dave also hosted the NHL Entry Draft in 1998. Rod Black, Gord Miller, Chris Schultz are the best-sportscasters of TSN Network.
Hodge hosted a Sunday morning show called The Reporters before the cancellation and currently commenting on the NHL coverage of TSN.
Later, he made a surprise appearance on the Hockey Nights in 2018 24th November after a long time and was invited by Ron MacLean.
Details about Dave's wife and children are not yet revealed. Since it is mentioned in some of the social sites that he is a married man with children but further information is not disclosed.
FYI—I told my family to watch Hockey Central Saturday on CBC/Sportsnet at 6:30 pm ET.
— Dave Hodge (@davehodge20) November 24, 2018
In another Twitter post, he mentioned about his wife and wrote:
Many of you have asked if my wife will now urge me to stop obsessing about Doug Ford. She reluctantly admits she won’t bother because she knows I have Mike Pence waiting in the wings.
Many of you have asked if my wife will now urge me to stop obsessing about Doug Ford. She reluctantly admits she won’t bother, because she knows I have Mike Pence waiting in the wings.
— Dave Hodge (@davehodge20) July 30, 2018
The 73 years old Canadian sportscaster is a charming personality with white hair and blue eyes.
Other than being a famous sportscaster, Dave is quite popular in social media with a huge number of followers.
He stands at the height of 5'11". and weighs 175 lbs.