Canadian sportscaster Darren Dreger works as a hockey insider on NHL on TSN. He is a presenter of Leafs Lunch on AM640 Toronto Radio and is one of the most followed Canadian sports personalities with over 1.07M followers on Twitter.
He is a winner of the 2010 Gemini award in the Best Sports. In December 2018, Darren took his talent for the Performing Acts in Toronto to the Four Seasons Centre and made a cameo in The Nutcracker.
Darren Dreger Is Married; Two Children With Wife
TSN's Hockey Insider Darren Dreger is a married man. He and his wife Holly Dreger tied the knot on 18 May 1991. Since then, the couple is living happily with their two children. Like their father's interest in sports, both of their kids named Cady Dreger and Mason Dreger are avid athletes.
The couple celebrated their silver jubilee on 18 May 2016. Darren expressed his gratitude towards his wife Holly and his two kids during his 25th wedding anniversary. The sportscaster tweeted that he felt lucky to relish their grand day.
They are living happily with their kids and family in Toronto. During the Valentine's Day in February 2018, Darren proudly shared that he and his wife Holly are in a fabulous relationship. He tweeted:
Before his relationship with Holly, there were no any rumors of his other dating and affairs gossips with any girlfriend. People sometimes relate to him as a gay, but his bond with his wife and kids dissed all the speculations.
Darren Dreger's Salary And Net Worth
Canadian media personality Darren, age 50, has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million. He is a sportscaster for TSN and covers hockey as TSN’s Hockey Insider. As per Payscale, TSN employee earns an average salary of C$62,000, equal to $46255 per year. The Alberta native broadcasts hockey and has become one of the most followed Canadian media personality with over 1.07M followers on Twitter.
Darren was an ex-presenter of 'Hockey Central' on Rogers Sportsnet, where he served between 1998 and 2006. Later he left Sportsnet and join TSN in July 2006, hence 'Crossing the parking lot.' Darren also used to serve at CKY-TV in Winnipeg. And afterward, he won a Gemini in 2010 in the Best Sports describing classification for his reportage of the ejecting of NHLPA Executive Director Paul Kelly.
Short Bio And Wiki
Darren was born in Red deer, Alberta, Canada on 13th June 1968. He is a second cousin of former Vancouver Canucks GM Dave Nonis. Darren studied at Western Academy Broadcasting College in Saskatoon and possessed Canadian nationality.
The Canadian media personality stands at the height of 6 feet 1 inch and weighs around 68 kg. As per wiki, as an unofficial authority on homemade rinks, Darren tends to his backyard rink every season.